Organization: Canadian Government Travel Bureau
Campgrounds, along the Trans-Canada Highway
Campgrounds locations are numerous along the entire length of the 5,000-mile Trans-Canada Highway which crosses Canada from Victoria, British Columbia, to St. John’s, Newfoundland.
In this book only facilities operated by the federal or provincial governments have been listed. Information on the many privately-operated locations is available from provincial travel bureaus. Addresses are listed on Page 51.
In certain government campgrounds there is a restriction on the number of days of occupancy (generally not more than two weeks.) However, when space permits, arrangements frequently can be made for extending your visit.
Daily fees at all campgrounds in national parks are $1.50 for an unserviced site; $2.00 for a site with electricity; and $2.50 for a site with water, electricity and sewer connections. At provincial campsites and sewer connections. At provincial campsites prices vary from province to province.
Campsites in most parks are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis and no reservations can be made.
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