Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Good Spots Still Available, while they last!
British Columbia’s North Coast is sparsely populated and achingly beautiful. Campers come here to spend time in the old-growth rainforest and perhaps visit the Khutzeymateen Grizzly Bear Sanctuary (env.gov.bc.ca) north of town. Tours are offered by boat or air each spring, about the time the salmon runs start. If you take the boat tour, an added bonus is the chance to see orcas, gray and humpback whales enroute.
The Prince Rupert RV Campground (pricerupertrv.com) is open year-round and also offers tent camping. Located less than a quarter-mile from the BC Ferries terminal, the campground offers the convenience of being near town while still being remote enough for frequent wildlife visits.
The entry in the USA Today Top Ten list should help provide a bump in campers heading into the upcoming travel season.
Situated just a few minutes away from the Alaska Ferry Terminal, there could be any number of travellers from the USA who have made note of the mention and will find it useful for their summer travel plans to Alaska.
You can review the Prince Rupert mention as well as the other top ten BC destinations from the USA Today travel section.
The Prince Rupert RV campsite website can be viewed here.
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
Post a Comment