Once you've found the perfect spot for the night, it's easy to convert the GoCamper from day use to oh so comfy nighttime use. Once you're setup, why not use the fully stocked kitchen to cook up a delicious meal? Then sit back, relax, and enjoy the view. 


Recreational/Crown Land Campgrounds

These are our favourite types of campground. Recreational campgrounds are small and blend beautifully with the woods and beaches around you. These sites are normally near lakes, rivers, trailheads, beaches, or points of interest. There are approximately 1,100 of these campgrounds on the island, and we can't recommend them enough. Most sites have basic amenities including toilets, fire rings, and picnic tables.

National Park Campgrounds

Vancouver Island is home to one of British Columbia’s seven National Parks. Pacific Rim National Park Reserve is located between Ucluelet and Tofino on the West coast of the island. Green Point Campground is one of the most modern Campgrounds in British Columbia with a full host of amenities. You’re only a short walk to world famous Long Beach. It’s best to reserve a spot ahead of time. 

Privately Owned Campgrounds

The island is home to a large number of private campgrounds. The majority of them offer full service facilities like showers, power, and water hookups. These private campgrounds are a great stop if you're looking to freshen up and gather supplies. 


There are 19 Provincial Park campgrounds on Vancouver Island. You can reserve sites ahead of time using the BC Parks Discover Camping Reservation Service (link below). There is about one full facility campground for each BC Park on the island, meaning you'll be close to nature and hiking trails if you decide to book a BC Parks Campsite.