Frontcountry Camping Fees for BC Seniors
From the day after Labour Day to June 14th, discounted frontcountry camping fee rates are available for British Columbia residents who are 65 years of age or older. During the peak season (June 15 – Labour Day, inclusive), there are no seniors’ discounts.
These rates apply when the camping party has at least one BC resident senior, and where all other adults in the party (to a maximum of 4) are either a BC senior or a spouse (or equivalent, e.g. partner) of the BC senior. Children/grandchildren (under 16 years of age) are also welcome, providing the total camping party doesn’t exceed 8 people.
The seniors’ rate is equal to: the campsite's regular summer camping fee divided by two, or, if currently in effect, the campsite’s winter camping fee, whichever is LESS. For example: if a campsite is usually $30 per party, the senior rate will be $15 (half price). But if the winter camping fee is $11 and is in effect, then the seniors’ rate will be $11.
- This discount does not apply to group camping, group picnicking, backcountry, marine, cabin or day-use fees. Discover Camping reservations charges and fees-for-services offered by park operators, such as firewood, electrical hookups, yurt and RV rentals, are not discounted.
- A second vehicle (non-RV) may be allowed on site for an additional nightly charge of 1/2 the campsite fee paid by the senior (to a maximum of $12/night).
- Park operators may ask to see proof of age and British Columbia residency.