Sun Peaks offers a number of RVing and camping amenities to make your stay as comfortable and easy as possible while you're roughing it in Canada's Alpine Village.
|Location||Parking Lot #5 View Village Map >|
|Rates||$25/night per RV/Camp Site.
Fees payable upon arrival to Guest Services between 8:00am and 4:30pm
|Number of Sites||
8-10 sites are available on a first come, first serve basis (no reservations)
|Electricity & Waste Disposal||No electrical hookups or a waste disposal site are available; RVs must be self-contained|
Applicable taxes will be added to all prices. Rates are in Canadian dollars. Dates and prices may be subject to change without notice. Some restrictions may apply.
Open* from November 26, 2016 to April 4, 2017
*Closed December 26, 2016 to January 2, 2017, and April 5-10, 2017.
- 8-10 stalls are available in Parking Lot #5 next to the sand shed
- Washrooms are available next to the Umbrella Café just beyond the Nordic Centre
- Showers are available at the Sports Centre with proof of payment
- Long term stays in RV's are not permitted (maximum 7 nights)
Summer 2016-17 operating dates coming soon, please contact Guest Services at 250.578.5474 or email@example.com for updates.
- Picnic tables
- Gravel base sites
- Potable water, washrooms and hot showers available nearby
Important Information for RVing & Camping in Sun Peaks
Camping Fee Regulations
Camping fees include parking for one vehicle and one tent, one vehicle and one trailer, or one RV. Each site is allowed a maximum of 4 people 16 years of age and up, or 8 people if 4 are 15 years of age or under. At least one person should be 19+ and the maximum stay is 7 days. Park your vehicle in designated areas only.
Noise & Litter
Noise is restricted between 11:00pm and 8:00am. Please respect your neighbours, fellow campers, and our environment. Garbage and recycling containers are provided. Please dispose of your litter appropriately and help us keep our home beautiful.
Be Bear Aware
Sun Peaks is located in a mountain environment. Do not approach any wildlife, especially bears, as they are unpredictable and dangerous when provoked. Bears are attracted by food and garbage so never store food in tents or outside in a cooler. The best places for food storage at campgrounds are in the trunk of your vehicle or hung from a tree in a concealed container, at least 100 metres from your campsite. A good tip is to talk out loud while hiking. This scares animals away before confrontation is necessary.
Campfires are not permitted at any time within Sun Peaks (with the exception of portable, contained campfires and stoves), including the P4 RV and camping area. Campfires are generally permitted at the alternative campgrounds outlined below, as long as campfire bans are not in effect. To learn more about campfire bans currently in place, click here.
RV Dump Stations
Sun Peaks does not currently have RV dump stations in place, however a number of stations are located nearby:
› Dump stations southbound of Sun Peaks
› Dump stations northbound of Sun Peaks
If the campground at Sun Peaks is full, there are also campgrounds located at McGillivray Lake (10 minutes east of Sun Peaks Resort), Heffley Lake (10 minutes west of Sun Peaks Resort), and Knouff Lake (30 minutes west of Sun Peaks Resort).