BC Parks Reservation Service
Please click on one of the icons below to view the appropriate policies by reservation type:
New for 2017
The Discover Camping reservation system is reviewed every year. Further improvements to ensure fairness for campers using the system are being considered for the 2017 season, with any changes being announced later this year. Any upcoming changes will be posted on this webpage, and any Discover Camping customers that have used the service within the last five years will receive an email directly with any updates for 2017.
Beginning at 7 a.m. (Pacific Time) on October 1, 2016, you can start booking your Berg Lake Trail or Bowron Lake Canoe Circuit adventure for the 2017 season! View the news release
To ensure that your credit card information is kept secure, the Province of BC has recently upgraded security standards. While most users should experience a seamless transition, there may be some difficulty accessing the payment page if your computer's security is out of date. Read an explanation of the upgrade and how to correct problems
Site Specific Reservations
More than 100 parks and over 120 campgrounds offer site-specific reservations. To help you plan your stay, there are photos, site dimensions and specifications for what equipment will fit in the site. You can find photographs and descriptions of most of the campsites on the Discover Camping Webpage
Group Site and Picnicking Reservations
Effective September 15th, 2011, the Discover Camping Reservation Service will be accepting reservations for group and day use facilities 12 months in advance of the arrival date.
Reservations can be made up to 12 months in advance provided the dates requested are within the operating season of that park. Reservations are taken on a “first come-first served” basis and may be made online at www.discovercamping.ca
or via our Call Centre (a $5 surcharge applies) at 1-800-689-9025, Monday to Friday from 7:00 am until 9:00 pm and Saturday, Sundays and holidays from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
No Change in Reservation Charges
The cost to make, change and cancel a campsite reservation remains the same as previous years. The reservation service charge of $6.00 plus tax per night will apply, to a maximum of $18.00 plus tax for three or more nights per campsite. This charge covers operational costs and ensures the reservation service pays for itself and is not subsidized by taxpayers.
In addition to the reservation charge, a service fee of $5.00 plus tax will be applied to transactions completed by the call centre. You can avoid this charge by reserving online.
- Transaction (Reservations, cancellation, change) fees are non-refundable.
- To view refund policies for reservations please click on appropriate icon above. ie Frontcountry Reservations