Waterside camping near Chilliwack with a private bathroom

A close-to-Vancouver getaway for outdoor adventures in British BC’s Fraser Valley.

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3 top waterside campgrounds near Chilliwack with a private bathroom

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Living Large on Chilliwack River

7 sites · Tents2 acres · Chilliwack, BC
Enjoy the beautiful acres right on the Chilliwack River! A wonderful family-friendly (including pets!) getaway with endless activities nearby. Our campsite is available in the spring and summer and is just 20 minutes from the city of Chilliwack, BC. We provide a fire pit and campfires are allowed as long as there is no fire ban. The sites are quite private but there will be other campers nearby. We try to keep a large amount of space between sites and some are separated by trees. We are a walk in tent only site- parking is very close, 30 second walk. We can also provide access to electricity so you can charge your phones or other devices if needed. There is no cell reception, but we do have wifi. Potable water is available. We supply natural spring water but you must bring your own jug. We live in an adventure playground! Activities nearby include hiking, white rapid river rafting, fishing, watching bald eagles, Cultus Lake water slides and adventure park, mountain biking, and more! The stargazing at night is beautiful as there is no light pollution here. We look forward to hosting you!
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Golden Ears Glamping - Suite

3 sites · Lodging2 acres · Maple Ridge, BC
Golden Ears Glamping is a forested riverside getaway that has has two types of stays: The Cabin-like self contained suite with private entrance and hot tub or the riverside self-contained Glamping Tent. 1. The Bear Suite, attached to the house that has complete privacy. Private entrance, hot tub for two, and deck with personal BBQ. and personal lounge area. Walls are double and ceiling is soundproofed. 2. Rivers Edge, a riverfront (Alouette River South) glamping tent that is elevated in the large cedars overlooking the river. Personal kitchenette, full bathroom and outdoor shower. We have one Glamping tent and is completely private and is away hidden from the main house but close enough for anything you request. Either option of accommodation has everything you need to "Relax, Rejuvenate and Romance" (our motto). We are professional hosts and take this seriously, your happiness is our 1st goal. We have a huge river frontage with a swimmable natural pond and many relaxation areas that are very private and secluded. Great for fishing for rainbows all year round, salmon in fall, and steelhead in the winter. We have been hosting for seven years now and everyone loves this place and have many returning guests year after year. We are so close to metro Vancouver and anywhere in the Fraser Valley so you don't need a big road trip. We have people coming from Australia, Europe, lots from the U.S., even returning guests from Hawaii. This is the place where you can truly "Relax, Rejuvenate and Romance"
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8 Debeck Creek Cabin

1 site · Lodging1 acre · West Vancouver, BC
3.5 BR Pitt Lake cabin. A 28 minute boat drive from the Grant Narrows Regional park. Generator for electricity, hot water, microwave, fridge, stove, f/p & sleeps approx 11. You need to be familiar with Pitt Lake to access the cabin. Taxi service is approx $300 one way. Message me before booking to make sure you are familiar & comfortable staying in a remote off grid wilderness cabin. You must clean before leaving & remove garbage. Wifi by satellite, water from stream, flush toilet, hot shower.
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Waterside camping near Chilliwack with a private bathroom guide

Overview

One-hundred kilometres east of Vancouver along the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 1), Chilliwack feels suburban, with a population approaching 100,000. Yet it’s a base for outdoor adventures in several provincial and regional parks. Trek the hiking trails in Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park or climb Mount Cheam for views across the Fraser Valley. Go kayaking, canoeing, or boating on Cultus Lake, rafting along the Chilliwack River, or biking from farm to farm. Campers can find sites at Cultus Lake or Chilliwack Lake provincial parks, along the Chilliwack River in campgrounds like Vedder River, and in RV parks around the area.

When to go

Located near BC’s west coast, Chilliwack has warm dry summers and cool wet winters, with temperate spring and fall weather in between. Campers should come mid-week in summer, if possible, since weekends are usually quite busy. You might find campsites more easily in the spring or fall. Although winters can be rainy with temperatures above freezing, be prepared for snow at higher elevations.

Know before you go

  • As British Columbia’s seventh-largest city, Chilliwack has plenty of stores where you can buy food and drink, camping supplies, and other outdoor gear.
  • British Columbia’s Fraser Valley is an agricultural region, so stock up on fresh produce at local farm stands. Blueberries are a highlight during the summer, as is fresh corn in the late summer or early fall.
  • Planning to camp in one of the provincial parks? Both Cultus Lake and Chilliwack Lake get very busy in summer, so reserve your campsite in advance.

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