Single site is $18, this includes 1 vehicle. Extra vehicles are $18 each.
Double site is $36, this includes 2 vehicles. Extra vehicles are $18 each.
Triple site is $54, this includes 3 vehicles. Extra vehicles are $18 each.
- The onsite Host will collect camping fees and issue permits, CASH ONLY
- Camping fees are non-transferable
- Minors must be accompanied by an adult
- Maximum stay is 14 consecutive days
TO AVOID OVERCROWDING THE MAXIMUM PEOPLE ALLOWED PER SITE IS LISTED BELOW.
Single Site - allows 6 people (including children) maximum, including those campers/visitors who came up in extra vehicles. Subject to change depending on current Public and Provincial Health Orders regarding Covid-19. Recreation Sites and Trails BC adheres to all Public and Provincial Health Orders in place.
Double Site - allows 12 people (including children) maximum, including those campers/visitors who came up in extra vehicles. Subject to change depending on current Public and Provincial Health Orders regarding Covid-19. Recreation Sites and Trails BC adheres to all Public and Provincial Health Orders in place.
Triple Site - allows 18 people (including children) maximum, including those campers/visitors who came up in extra vehicles. Subject to change depending on current Public and Provincial Health Orders regarding Covid-19. Recreation Sites and Trails BC adheres to all Public and Provincial Health Orders in place.
If your site goes over the maximum allowable number of people, extra people will not be allowed to stay onsite and will have to get another campsite if available.
Check Out time is 12:00 noon, Check In time is 2:00 pm
- Garbage cans are for Food Waste Only, Pack it in - Pack it out. This means that you must pack out all your garbage except food waste, toiletries and dog waste bags. These items only can be deposited in the bear proof garbage bin located near the Host site.
- Quiet Time is 10:00 pm to 8:00 am. This rule is strictly enforced and non negotiable. Please see the site Host if your camping experience is being negatively affected by others noise. (All music and generators must be off)
- Be respectful of others, keep noise and generators to a minimum at ALL times. Let the sound of nature prevail.
- All unpaid guests (visitors) must vacate before 9:30 pm. Gates are locked at 10pm and will only be opened for emergencies and emergency vehicles (ambulance/police/fire)
- Maximum Speed is 10 km/hr
- Helmets must be worn when operating or as a passenger of a bicycle or ORV. Off road vehicles must be driven by a licensed operator and have insurance.
- Consumption of alcohol is permitted within your designated campsite only and prohibited in all day use and common areas, this includes the water front.
- Max campfire size is 19” x 19”. Do not damage or cut our trees. This is includes placing nails in trees and cutting or burning deadfall. You cannot burn painted wood, treated wood, plywood, pallets or wood with nails in it. Leave your giant rounds at home, you cannot split them and then the Host has to deal with it.
- Attend your campfire at all times. If you are not sitting beside your campfire, it must be cool to the touch. This includes when you go for a walk, go to bed and when you vacate your campsite.
Persons found leaving unattended campfires will be banned from our campgrounds
- Do not move fire rings or picnic tables
- Keep our campground natural. Please do not paint on rocks, trees or picnic tables
- Pets are allowed, they must be leashed, well behaved, not loud, under control at all times and in close proximity to their owners or their campsite. Owner's are responsible for their pets and their pets behavior. You must clean up after your pet. Pets waste bags can be deposited in the bear proof food waste bin located at the Host site. Do not leave your pet un-attended at any time in your campsite.
- Do not discharge fireworks, firearms, bows, crossbows, bb guns, air-soft guns, pellet guns, sling shots or set traps.
- You cannot hold campsites. Erecting a tent or leaving a trailer unattended overnight is not permitted. You cannot go up and pay the Host for a site and then leave, once a camping permit is issued you must be at the site camping. You cannot come up before work and drop off your stuff and then come back later to go camping.
First Come First Served is exactly that – for people showing up to go camping, not showing up and then leaving right away to reserve a spot
- If you remove your camping unit, the site is considered vacated and any remaining camping days will be void.
- All vehicles camping on site require a camping permit. Extra vehicles are $18 each per night.
- No overnight parking without a current, paid camping permit this includes all parking lots.
Violation of any of the above rules may result in a charge and/or order to vacate under the authority of the Forest and Range Practices Act.
Three Night Minimum
Long Weekends – 3 Night Minimum charge applies on all long weekends.
Our Campgrounds are considered "rustic dry camping"
There is no cellular service, no power, no potable water, no showers or flush toilets & no garbage removal service.
Bear proof garbage bins for disposal of food waste are located near the Host site. Pit toilets are located throughout the campgrounds.
Seniors and Persons with Disabilities
At managed camping sites where fees are collected, discounts of 50% off the regular camping fee are available to seniors and persons with disabilities. A person can only claim for a maximum of one type of discount. Discounts are available to those that meet the criteria below.
- NO DISCOUNTS will be offered on Double Sites, Triple Sites, Group Sites or any Reservations.
- Discounts are available on First Come, First Serve Regular Single Sites Only
- 50% off available to BC Resident Seniors age 65+ and Persons with Disabilities
Persons 65 years of age or older AND a resident of BC, can receive a seniors discount. The discount only applies to the senior and his/her spouse. To receive the discount, please show one piece of picture ID verifying age (i.e. drivers license) to the campsite operator.
PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES (PWD) DISCOUNT
Persons with disabilities can receive a disability discount. You must be designated as a Person with Disabilities under the BC Employment and Assistance Program, or have a child who is eligible for the At Home Program to qualify for the reduced rate.
To receive the discount, please show one piece of picture ID (i.e. driver’s license) and one of the following to the campsite operator (please note all forms must be dated for the current year and must be an original copy not a photocopy):
- A Release of Information form issued by the Ministry of Housing and Social Development. This form may be obtained by contacting your local Employment and Assistance Centre.
- A letter of eligibility issued by the Ministry of Children and Family Development stating that your child is eligible for the At Home Program.
- must be a resident of BC
We accept reservations for Kearsley Creek, Sayres Lake, Rock Creek and Rocky Point. Click here for Reservations
Reserved sites must be occupied, starting on the arrival date. If no one is occupying your reserved site it will be forfeited at 10pm of your arrival date. You cannot just setup a tent or park a trailer and then come back days later. Sites must be occupied by an adult the entire duration of the reservation
Reservations can be made NO MORE than 30 days in advance of your arrival date. When making a reservation the 30 days prior to arrival applies to your check-in date only, not your check out date. Campers can enjoy their stay for a maximum of 14 days. For example, a camper could make a reservation on June 1 with an arrival date for June 25, and then camp for 14 days.
No changes can be made to a reservation once booked, please review your dates. If you wish to change your reservation you must cancel and re-book.
Each site reserved must fill out the required information during the booking process. This includes a valid license plate number for the vehicle that will occupy the site. If you reserve multiple sites under one name you risk cancellation of all your sites. It is not physically possible for one person to occupy multiple sites at the same time, RSTBC requires that each campsite or booking has a valid permit holder and it cannot be the same person for a bunch of sites.
Your vehicle can be turned away onsite if the license plate number doesn't match the reservation information.
For fire ban information on please see:
Stoves and Campfires (pdf, 623K
If you have a fire during a fire ban, you will be fined by the fire warden or police, evicted and be permanently banned from the campsite.
For general inquires regarding Forest Recreation Sites please see: