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Camping FAQ

Q. What are the overnight costs to rent a tent site?
These will vary depending on location. A campground located in a more remote area of the province and with fewer facilities will charge less than one in a popular resort area. Rates could range from around $15 a night to over $45 a night for an unserviced site.

Q. Can I have a campfire?
Yes as most campgrounds have fire rings at each site. The smoke from campfires pollutes our environment so we ask that you please limit your use of campfires to cooking and warmth. Where possible use firewood purchased from the campground and always observe local burning regulations. Never leave a campfire unattended. Please do not move firewood from one location to another as it can spread pests and disease.  Occasionally campfire bans are implemented in extreme dry weather for information visit, www.bcwildfire.ca. Please note that propane firepits and cooking devices can be used during a campfire ban unless specifically prohibited.

Q. Do campgrounds have pet policies?
Most campgrounds allow pets (dogs) however they are usually required to be on a leash at all times. Some campgrounds provide off leash sections for pet owners. Pets should not be left at the campsite unattended. Campgrounds may have specific pet policies. Please check with the campground before you arrive.

Q. What taxes will I have to pay on my campsite?
The federal Good and Services Tax (GST) is charged on campsite and RV site rentals and the current GST rate is 5%. Campsite and RV site rentals are exempt from the Provincial Sales Tax (PST) so PST is not charged.

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