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BC Parks Response to COVID-19:

As of :

As of June 23, 2021, free day-use passes are required to visit five of our busiest parks: Garibaldi, Golden Ears, Joffre Lakes, Mount Robson and Stawamus Chief.

Provincial travel restrictions were introduced on April 23, 2021. The order prohibits people from leaving their Health Authority Regions (some are combined for the purposes of this order), or visiting from out of province, for non-essential reasons.

These restrictions may require you to cancel your reservation

Reservations can be booked up to two months in advance. Find out when you can book at each park at bcparks.ca/operating dates/. Policy information can be found at bcparks.ca/covid-19/camping-2021.

The opening of groupsite reservations for 2022 has been postponed until further notice due to the evolving nature of COVID-19. BC Parks will provide advance notice before reservations become available.

We want to see you back at your favourite park, but mostly we want you to have a safe and healthy summer, so plan ahead to make the most of it.

FrontCountry Reservations
Group Camping Reservations
Picnic Shelter Reservations
Wilderness Reservations
Berg Lake Trail Reservations
Bowron Lake Reservations
Garibaldi Reservations
Mount Assiniboine Reservations
Joffre Lakes Reservations
Day-Use Pass Reservations
Backcountry Permit Registration
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Important Updates

March 4, 2020

Golden Ears now 100% reservable during peak season

To improve visitor experience, camping in Golden Ears Provincial Park will be 100% reservable during peak season, from May to September.

The popularity of camping in BC Parks has grown significantly over the years. This has created a demand for more reservation opportunities, so everyone has fair and equal access to campsites regardless of where they live.

Two popular parks added to Discover Camping reservation service

Camping enthusiasts can soon reserve sites at two popular provincial parks — Joffre Lakes and Tweedsmuir South.

Beginning April 2, 2019, at 7 a.m. Pacific time, the 26 backcountry tent pads at Joffre Lakes will be reservable through Discover Camping, along with 24 vehicle-accessible campsites at Tweedsmuir South.