Campgrounds & RV Parks

Camping on the Sunshine Coast is all about communing with nature. Here, you're spoiled for choice: a 180-kilometre coastline backs onto lush forests and craggy mountains, and islands large and small dot the coast. 

Choose from campgrounds of every type, ranging from marine access-only sites to family-friendly provincial parks, small private campgrounds, and serviced RV lots close to community hubs. There's no shortage of backcountry camping on the Sunshine Coast, either. In addition to the marine access sites from Howe Sound to Desolation Sound for sea kayakers and boaters, multi-day hiking expeditions across rugged terrain can take you to campsites and alpine huts in both Powell River and Sechelt.

Camping on the Sunshine Coast is popular in the summer months, and sites can book up fast. Take advantage of the Coast's mild year-round weather and visit in fall, winter, or spring. Remember to practice the Camper's Code and be AdventureSmart when heading outdoors.

So, how do you choose from hundreds of provincial and regional recreation sites, plus dozens of private campgrounds and serviced RV lots? Start with our camping and RV partners below, then check out our tips for camping on the Sunshine Coast.

Resources for Campers and RV’ers

Book Your Stay

Ready to book your stay? Search date-availability for accommodations on the Sunshine Coast with our Online Booking Tool. 

Bed & Breakfasts

There's a Sunshine Coast B&B to fit any travel style. Discover the perfect spot for a romantic getaway, a relaxing weekend, or a gateway to adventure.

Resorts

Resorts on the Sunshine Coast offer a wide array of amenities and price points. Stay by the ocean, relax by the pool, or get work done with free wifi.

Marinas

Find out the best places to dock your boat and stay. Local marinas are in close proximity to restaurants, activities, and more.