Camping in Pemberton Area

Pemberton Camping Options

Those interested in campgrounds in Pemberton have plenty of options.


Drive-In Campsites

Birkenhead Provincial Park offers a walk-in campsite; both Birkenhead and Nairn Falls provincial parks offer many drive-in sites.


Backcountry Campsites

Backcountry campsites can be found at Joffre Lakes Provincial Park, 5.5 kilometres (3.4 miles) from the parking lot. Joffre Lake is located east of Mt. Currie and the Village of Pemberton off the Duffy Lake Road.


Rustic Sites

There are also rustic Forestry Recreation sites along Lillooet Lake as well as Duffy Lake and Pemberton Portage roads.

How to Have a Fantastic Camping Trip in Pemberton

Camping season is here and if you are looking for the perfect place to go camping, you should consider visiting Pemberton, BC. Pemberton is home to many well-designed campgrounds in locations with breathtaking views and great conditions to enjoy a camping trip with your loved ones. Pemberton offers campgrounds in various provincial parks and other venues with accommodation for campers, tents, and RVs. So, how can you plan a fantastic camping trip in Pemberton? As you make your arrangements, there are several considerations to keep in mind to make the most of the experience.

 

 

What to bring on your camping trip to Pemberton 

A successful camping trip starts with proper planning long before you go there. To have an enjoyable and stress-free camping experience in Pemberton, you need to ensure that you bring everything you could possibly need especially when camping with kids. The first thing you need to bring is a tent. Pemberton gets cold at night, so you need to ensure that you have a high-quality, spacious tent to meet your needs. You also need to bring food, warm clothing, safety gear, a first aid kit, and some form of entertainment, like a deck of cards.

Best time to go camping in Pemberton 

Pemberton is a great camping destination but not always. The best time to go camping in Pemberton is usually between May and September when the weather is warm and chances of precipitation are at the lowest. The worst time to go camping in Pemberton is between December and February when winter is in full swing.

Camping is one of the best recreational activities you can engage in especially when with friends or family. It is cheap, fun, and brings you closer to nature than any other activity. Pemberton has many camping options for you and if you want to get the most out of your camping trip, make sure you bring along everything that you will need. Always remember to follow all the rules of your camping site especially with regards to safety.

 

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