Camping in Canada

Campgrounds can be found all over Canada operated by the federal government, provincial government, national parks and privately owned.

The government sites are usually always better quality and cheaper but fill up quickly.

Camping fees usually range between $5 and $30 depending on facilities and services. National Parks normally have a park entry fee.

Campgrounds are not open all year around so it is worth checking on opening dates before planning you destinations.

Along the Trans Canada Highway there are camping spots usually every 100-200km. Make sure that there are no signs banning camping because the police do enforce this.

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