Camping in BC


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With only 6 weeks remaining until our new store opens up in November, my wife, Jenna, and I decided it was our last chance to get out of the city for quite a while! Seizing the opportunity, we decided to head for the Sunshine Coast, an area that we had only been able to explore once before, and only for a couple of days. We geared up our Tacoma and hit the road aiming for Horseshoe Bay.Read More >
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October 30, 2017
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Cache us if you can!

August 9, 2017

Saturday, August 19th, 2017, the world celebrates International Geocaching Day. Many veteran geocachers use this day to find and swap souvenirs, track and log caches or attend the many designated geocaching events, but for beginners, it’s also a great day to try it out for the first time.





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August 9, 2017
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With the Labour Day weekend upon us, at first glance it may look like many campsites are already filled up with reservations making it difficult to find a place to play outdoors. While the opportunity to book camping reservations may be long gone, with a Backroad Mapbook or GPS Maps you can find many first-come first-served campsites at your favourite BC campsites. Check out our list of BC’s best first-come, first-served campsites.Read More >
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June 20, 2017
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By far one of the most beloved outdoor activities that thousands of Canadians takes part in each year is camping. With the wide range of places to go and accessibility for people of all ages and skill levels, camping has quickly become one of the quintessential elements of a Canadian lifestyle. To help you make the most of your weekend camping trips, we have put together a list of Canada’s Top 50 Campgrounds, so you can ensure you will be a well-rested and well-adventured happy camper this year!Read More >
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March 28, 2017
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Although the camping season has not quite yet begun in many Provincial Parks across Canada, it’s almost (or already) time to start planning and reserving your spots for the summer! We’ve provided links and information to how you can reserve your camping spot for the provincial parks across Canada, so you can ensure you camp happy.

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January 4, 2017
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2017 is just around the corner, and what better way to ring in the new year than with an outdoor adventure? From backcountry camping in a national park to steaming and soaking in a hot spring, here are our top picks for outdoor adventure across Canada this New Year’s Eve.





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December 20, 2016
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Between the turquoise waters of Joffre Lakes to the panoramic view of the sea to sky corridor from the Stawamus Chief, these, and many other local Vancouver hikes, have become very popular due to social media. Both captivating locations have been tagged and geotagged on Instagram tens of thousands of times, so with this kind of traffic online you can only imagine the traffic when hiking these spots is even busier.

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September 14, 2016
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With Labour Day coming up, the best way to make the most of the season could be planning a quick backcountry getaway! For your convenience, we have put together a list of 15 free campsites you can enjoy this Labour Day weekend, and many more long weekends to come!









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August 24, 2016
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Now it’s easier than ever todiscover the magic of British Columbia’s Vancouver Island. Located just a short ferry ride from the bustling city of Vancouver, Vancouver Island often feels like a world away.  Check out our NEW Vancouver Island South Waterproof Map - the highest resolution map view available of Vancouver Island South to help you discover countless points of interest, fish species, hiking trails, campsites, beaches, paddling routes plus detailed descriptions of recreation sites and parks and much more...

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August 22, 2016
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Any good Canadian adventurer should know the difference between a grizzly and a black bear. Not only is it handy to keep a working knowledge of nature’s beasts in your back pocket, but when it comes to bears this knowledge could save your life. There are a few easy ways to spot the difference between grizzlies and black bears, so read on to get informed!



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July 18, 2016
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Canada Parks Day 2016

July 14, 2016

Each year millions of people from Canada, and around the world, head out to our incredible backcountry to enjoy our 42 breathtaking National Parks. Ranging in landscapes from rugged Canadian Rockies, to vast prairies, and thundering ocean tides, the array of adventures to be found within these national treasures, are endless.





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July 14, 2016
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Kootenay National Park

June 14, 2016

Though not the biggest National park in the Canadian Rockies, Kootenay National Park may have the most diverse landscape. Along the Continental Divide you will find everything from frosty glacier-peaked mountains to grasslands featuring dessert cactuses along the Rocky Mountain Trench.








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June 14, 2016
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