Discounted rate for Fall Camping Appreciation Weekend

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THOMPSON-OKANAGAN - On Sept. 9 and 10, privately operated campgrounds coast-to-coast are participating in the 2016 Fall Camping Appreciation Weekend to celebrate the camping and RVing lifestyle!

The Camping Appreciation Weekend is a new national initiative coordinated by the Canadian Camping and RV Council and supported by the Camping and RVing BC Coalition to say thank you to campers for their patronage over the summer.

Participating campgrounds are offering campers a special discounted rate of $50:00 + GST for two nights stay (Friday and Saturday). Reservations are required and space is subject to availability.

British Columbia Camping Appreciation Weekend Participants:

Barefoot Beach Resort Penticton

Beaver Lake Resort Lake Cowichan

Castlegar Golf Club and RV Park Castlegar

Christina Pines Campground Christina Lake

Dutch Lake Resort & RV Park Clearwater

Finger Lake Wilderness Resort Vanderhoof

Gallagher Lake Resort & Campground Oliver

Heriot Bay Inn & Marina Heriot Bay

Lemon Creek Lodge & Campground Slocan

Mountainaire Campground & RV Park Nanaimo

Oceanside RV Resort Saanichton

Parkcanada RV Park & Tenting Delta

Parkside Campground & RV Park Campbell River

Pierre's Point Campground Salmon Arm

Pipers Glen Resort Fort Fraser

Riverside Resort (Whistler) Whistler

Shuswap Lake Motel & Resort Sorrento

Wood Lake RV Park & Marina Lake Country

Create Memories .... Go Camping!

About the Camping and RVing British Columbia Coalition:
The Camping and RVing BC Coalition was formed in 2008 with the support of Destination British Columbia to better position the provincial camping and RVing experience and to capitalize on the growth of nature-based tourism. Coalition members currently include BC Parks, BC Lodging & Campgrounds Association, Recreation Sites and Trails BC, RV Rental Association of Canada, Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association, Kootenay Rockies Tourism, BC Society of Parks Facility Operators, Parks Canada, Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association of British Columbia and the Freshwater Fisheries Society of BC.

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