Yearning for a road trip but not sure where to go or stay? Try exploring your own backyard — Beautiful British Columbia.
Guidebook Camp Free in B.C. (or really cheap) is a great resource to help you indulge your sense of adventure without breaking the bank. Whether you’re looking for a day trip or on a quest to see the diversity of this amazing province, this book will help you explore, hike, bike, fish, paddle and relax. Fully appreciate B.C.’s magnificent backcountry from the Sunshine Coast to the Canadian Rockies and all stops in-between. Find retreats where the world is yours alone; many within a few hours of town.
Camp Free B.C. is published in Canada and written by Kathy and Craig Copeland of Canmore, Alberta. The book offers precise directions to hundreds of campgrounds in southern and central B.C. all accessible by two-wheel drive. Many are hidden a short distance off the main road, while others are tucked deep into the forest, perhaps near a glacier-fed lake. Camp Free not only gives you directions to the campgrounds, it tells you what to expect when you arrive and rates the sites from worthwhile destination to good for the weekend to useful as an overnight stop.
When coming into Grizzly Books & Serendipity Shop to pick up your copy of Camp Free B.C., be sure to peruse all the other great outdoor books and pocket guides, including Edible and Medicinal Plants of the Northwest, Edible Wild Plants, Mushrooms of North America and Lip Smackin’ Backpackin’ to name a few.