Camping in and around Squamish can be a year round outdoor activity. Nature provides all the attractions.
Alice Lake Provincial Park
Located just 12 kilometers north of Squamish town centre,is one of the Lower Mainland’s most popular camping retreats. The four lakes of the park, Alice, Edith, Fawn and Stump, are a great place to cool off in the summer. The Four Lakes Interpretive Trail which connects the lakes is an excursion for people of all fitness levels. There is a playground, beach and picnic area at Alice Lake. Interpretive programs for the whole family run through the spring, summer and fall.
Porteau Cove Provincial Park
This outstanding marine park is well known for its diverse scuba diving experience and its seaside campground. Several wrecks have been sunk in the cove to produce man-made reefs and thus have created a prime scuba diving experience. There is also an interesting cliff dive accessed at the south end of the park. Interpretive programs are provided at the park in the summer.
Paradise Valley Campground is equipped only with the essentials but does provide campers with exceptional washroom & shower facilities and a small store.
Kinsmen Campground is located next to the Brennan Park Leisure and Aquatic Center with drive in sites.
Phone:604-898-3604 for more information.
Dryden Creek Resorts is located just off 99 near Brackendale just north of Squamish. Conveniently located on 14 acres of forested grounds alongside Dryden Creek, they offer the following facilities and services: distinctive Motel Suites, fully serviced RV Park, tent Camping, store, portable pavilions and Group Rates for retreats, events and special functions.
Phone: 604-898-9726 or 1 877-237-9336