Check-in: 1pm Early check-ins cannot be arranged prior to the morning of check-in and are subject to a $25 early check-in fee based on site availability.
Check-out: 11am Late check-outs cannot be arranged prior to morning of check-out and are subject to a $25 late check-out fee based on site availability allowing camper to stay until 3pm.
Our Camp Resorts are gated 24hrs. Upon check-in, campers are issued one gate entry card allowing them access to come and go as required. Gate entry cards are to be returned at check-out to the card box located at the back of the gate house or office. There is a $50 replacement fee for all non-returned or lost cards.
Gatehouse & Office Hours:
- Peak Season: 11am-7pm Daily
- Off Season: 9am-5pm Mon-Fri
Payment Policy: A payment of 100% is taken at time of booking. Online payments are onlytaken by credit card and by providing a credit card you are authorizing campspot.com—the third party booking provider—to bill your credit card for each payment amount as they come due, including any fees incurred while at the property, and any outstanding balance not paid at the time of departure.
Cancellation policy: Cancellations are accepted by email only. Please email email@example.com
Campsite reservations cancelled prior to 14 days before arrival are subject to a $10 cancellation fee. Campsite reservations cancelled within 14 days of arrival forfeit 100% payment.
30 days’ notice of cancellation is required for all tent cabins, groups of 10+ campsites and group site. Deposit is forfeited if cancelled within 30 days of arrival.
Any out of country reservations made will not be held if there are COVID-19 restrictions in place at the time of reservation. Reservations will be cancelled 90 days prior to arrival and no refund will be given. If the reservation is cancelled 91 days or more, prior to arrival a refund will be given less a $10.00 administration fee.
Yes, in RV sites and specified cabins in Agassiz-Harrison. No pets are allowed in the tent cabins; maximum 2 pets per site. Pet Fee: $2 per pet/per day.
All pets, including cats, must be on a leash at all times including on your campsite. Pets are not to be left unattended at any time. Dog waste bags are provided throughout the campground, please ensure you clean up after your pet.
No off-leash areas are available at our Camp Resorts.
While we do not discriminate against size and type of pet, for the protection of all our guests any pet showing signs of aggression may lead to the termination of the permit to occupy.
ONE vehicle only. Additional vehicles will be charged $10 per day and must park in the designated additional parking, if available. NO DOUBLE PARKING and NO PARKING ON THE GRASS. We cannot accommodate boat trailers on campsites.
Yes, our Camp Resorts have small stores offering a variety of items including ice cream, novelty items, batteries, canned goods, coffee, drinks, candy, RV supplies, firewood, and ice.
Peak Season: 11am-7pm
Off Season: limited hours (weekends only)
Closed September – May
Our Camp Resorts sell propane and offers filling options of both belly tanks and propane bottles. Propane is only filled by a certified attendant and during daylight hours.
Our Agassiz-Harrison & Parksville locations each have an outdoor family pool. Children must be supervised by an adult. No lifeguard is on duty at any time.
Unfortunately, Fort Camping does not offer an outdoor family pool at this time.
Yes, our Camp Resorts have both restrooms & showers. No Family rooms.
Shower Fee: $1 for 5 minutes of water
Wheelchair accessible restroom & shower is available upon request. Key is required and can be issued at the gatehouse or office.
You are able to lock in (guarantee) your site that you’ve chosen in our booking system for a site lock fee. The fee varies depending on the camp resort you’re booking at. You do not have to lock in your site, it is an option for you to guarantee your site. If you do not pay and lock in your site, you will risk losing it and being relocated to a different site in the camp resort.
Yes, each we do at all of our Camp Resorts. See the Camp Resort site map to locate the laundry facilities at each site.
Wash: $2.50 Dry: $2.50
Fort Camping offers 1 group tenting area that can accommodate up to 65 campers. Please see the group site page on the website for more details. No RVs are permitted in the group site.
We do not have Group Sites at our Parksville or Agassiz-Harrison locations.
Our Agassiz-Harrison location offers group camping at sites #1 & #2 which are to be booked together for larger families.
At our Parksville location, sites #71 & 72 are also joint/group sites and must be booked together.
We do not offer any joint sites at our Fort Langley (Fort Camping) location.
Our Camp Resorts have designated sites for campers depending on location and the type of unit. Campers who are camping in a tent are permitted in the small RV tent sites only. RV- Full Hook-Up sites require an RV unit.
Yes, you can book a specific site, and you can “lock” it in for site lock fee. If you choose not to lock your site in, you will risk being moved to an alternative site to optimize the sites in the campground.
Our Camp Resorts are recreational campgrounds offering a maximum of 30 nights from April to October.
We also offer a recreational winter RV program from October to April.
Please contact us for more information on our Winter Stay program at firstname.lastname@example.org
We do not offer space for RV washing. We recommend washing your RV before or after to your stay at one of the local car washes in the area.
Our Camp Resorts all have sani-stations which are open April – October. There is a $10 fee for non registered campers. During COVID-19 the sani-station is not open for the general public, only registered campers.
We do not offer RV storage or overflow.
Weather and bugs are a natural part of the camping experience in British Columbia. Due to high river levels in Fort Langley, Agassiz-Harrison and Parksville, it’s likely you’ll encounter nuisance mosquitoes. However, the Township of Langley and Metro Vancouver are taking measures to control, monitor and treat the mosquito population, when it becomes an issue.