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BC Parks Response to COVID-19: See Details »

The 2020 season booking window for most campgrounds has now closed for 2020. Many campgrounds will remain open on a first come first serve basis through September and October. Campgrounds will reopen for the beginning of the new season in Spring 2021. For more information regarding the specific operating dates for your preferred park please visit the individual park webpages.

Due to ongoing operational changes as part of our COVID-19 response, some policies with respect to camping opportunities and reservations may need to be modified ahead of the new camping season. Please check BC Park’s COVID-19 page for the most up-to-date information.

Special Advisory - Posted September 23, 2020: Due to uncertainty regarding the ongoing pandemic, reservations for the Berg Lake Trail and Bowron Lake Canoe Circuit will now open January 2021 instead of October 1, 2020.

Due to current commercial supply challenges, BC Parks is unable to guarantee hand sanitizer availability in toilet facilities. We hope to have this issue resolved very soon.

Berg Lake Trail Reservation Information

For the 2021 season, reservations for the Berg Lake Trail in Mount Robson Provincial Park will open January 2021 and must be made online. To meet demand for this world class destination, the Berg Lake Trail is 100% reservable in advance of arrival.

All sites on the Berg Lake Trail are available to reserve and there are no first-come, first-served (FCFS) sites available during the reservable dates. If you do not have a reservation when you arrive, only non-reserved sites or cancellations will be available, and it may be difficult to obtain a spot on the trail. 


Reservation Rules

Full pre-payment of all camping fees and reservation charges is required to secure a reservation. Reservation holders must be at least 16 years of age and are responsible for the actions of all party members.

Reservations are not transferable. Any reservation holders found to be transferring or selling their reservations to another party, risk their reservation being cancelled without a refund. If a customer can no longer use their reservation, they are encouraged to cancel it so that any unused user fees that are not forfeited as a penalty, can be refunded to the credit card that was used to make the original reservation.

Customers will be required to provide one or two permit holder names that cannot be changed at a later date. At least one of the permit holders must be present during the stay and identification may be required to keep the reservation valid.

Reservations or modifications to an existing reservation cannot be accepted less than 2 days prior to your arrival date.

Camping Fees and Reservation Charges

Camping fees for the Berg Lake Trail are listed on the Mount Robson Provincial Park webpage.

You can have up to 3 reservations in your cart; however, each reservation is processed separately. A reservation charge applies to each reservation in addition to camping fees and other park-user fees.

The Seniors Discount and the Social Servies Camping Fee Exemption do not apply to the Berg Lake Trail.

Accepted payment types include: Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Visa Debit, and Mastercard Debit.

Charge Website Reservation Call Centre Reservation
Reservation Charges (non-refundable)
$6.00 (plus tax) per campsite/tent pad, per night, to a maximum of $18.00 (plus tax) $6.00 (plus tax) per campsite/tent pad, per night, to a maximum of $18.00 (plus tax) + $5.00 call centre surcharge, per reservation.

Camping Party Size

There are seven campgrounds along the trail, each consisting of a cluster of tent pads. Each tent pad is approximately 10' x 10' and will hold a single tent and up to 6 people (all ages).

Maximum group size for the Berg Lake Trail is 12.

No-Shows and Late Arrivals

Reserved sites are held until 11 AM the day after the scheduled arrival date.

If you do not notify the Mount Robson Visitor Centre directly of a late arrival, you will be considered a no-show and your reservation will be cancelled. All reservation charges and camping fees will be forfeited, and your site may be given away to another visitor.

Changes, Cancellations and Refunds

Only the person whose name is on the reservation has access to change or cancel it.

To change your reservation to a different campground/park, you must cancel and re-book.

Reservation charges, change fees, and call centre surcharges are non-refundable.

Cost to change/cancel more than 28 days before your arrival date Cost to change/cancel within 28 days of your arrival date Cancellations/changes

after arriving in the park

Via Discover Camping website

$6.00 change fee (plus tax) per campsite/tent pad.

If additional nights are reserved, pay additional camping fees and any applicable reservation charges (see Camping Fees and Reservation Charges above).

If any nights are cancelled, camping fees are refunded.

$6.00 change fee (plus tax) per campsite/tent pad

If additional nights are reserved, pay additional camping fees and any applicable reservation charges (see Camping Fees and Reservation Charges above).

If any nights are cancelled, camping fees are forfeited.

Reservation changes/cancellations cannot be accepted online within 2 days of the scheduled arrival date. Please contact the reservation call centre.

Any request for a change/cancellation/refund after arriving in a park must be arranged through the Visitor Centre prior to leaving the park, and will be assessed at the Visitor Centre’s discretion. Refunds cannot be provided through our online request form after arriving in the park.

Refunds are not given for an eviction, vacating your campsite early, or inclement weather.

Via Call Centre Fees as above plus $5.00 call centre surcharge (plus tax), per campsite/tent pad

Arrival Procedures

    Campers are required to register and obtain their camping permit for the Berg Lake Trail at the Mount Robson Visitor Centre.

    Visitor Centre staff will explain details and show a mandatory orientation video about the park and trail.