Explore the outdoors this summer with our camping options!

You, your friends and family can wake up to beautiful mountainous views! Bring your RV or tent up for an authentic Canadian experience. There are spots available seven days a week, book your stay today!

Your stay comes with RV hookups or a tent pad (based on site booked, details below), a fire pit for shared use and one bundle of firewood, to ensure you can get roasting hot dogs or marshmallows right away.

People out camping and enjoying the campground at Sasquatch Mountain Resort

Rates & Info

RV Camping Rate/Night: $49 / Group
Tent Camping (10×10) Rate/Night: $25 / Group
Tent Camping (10×15) Rate/Night: $30 / Group
Check in time: 1:00 pm
Check out time: 11:00 am
Availability: 7 days a week

Your site includes:

  • 24 hour access to our onsite building with running water and washrooms
  • Shared potable water station
  • Firepit with 1 free bundle of wood to get you started
  • Parking for 1 vehicle. Extra vehicles on site are $10 each per night
  • Free Wi-Fi (no password required)

Please note:

  • Upon arrival you will look for your labeled site
  • Quiet time is 11:00pm (this includes generators, extra vehicles/ATV’s, music etc.)
  • Pack it in, pack it out! Please take home everything with you that you brought up
  • There is a hook up for one RV per site
  • Do NOT leave garbage anywhere! There are many hungry bears in the area as well as coyotes and birds that love to tear into your trash bags
  • Blue bearproof bins are provided on site, please dump your trash & recycling in the appropriate bin
  • PLEASE Keep off the magic carpet at all times! Do not play, stand or walk on magic carpet lift for any reason.
  • Ice and additional wood is available for purchase, text or call the Campground Attendant number provided below! (Please allow a bit of time for delivery as our attendants may be busy in other parts of the mountain).
    • Wood: $12 per wheelbarrow full
  • Ice can be purchased at Molly Hogan’s Bar & Grill on Saturdays for $5 per bag or $12 to fill small/regular sized cooler
  • Should you have any questions/require assistance during your stay you can call 778-988-9569 or email trails@sasquatchmountain.ca

Know the Rules for Recreation Sites & Trails

British Columbia’s recreation sites and trails are for sharing. Use is governed by the Forest Recreation Regulation.

To ensure all visitors have a safe and enjoyable experience, please respect the following rules when using recreation sites and trails.

Camping & Day Use Etiquette

  • Enjoy your camping stay for no more than 14 consecutive days
  • Do not build long-term structures without permission
  • Before leaving, return your site to the condition in which you found it
  • Competitive events, commercial use or large groups require permission
  • Pay camping and other service fees online
  • Do not hold campsites, or leave personal property unattended


  • Keep campfires small (0.5 m x 0.5 m) and within campfire rings provided
  • While campfire is lit, keep eight litres of water and/or hand tools close by
  • Do not light campfires during strong winds
  • Do not cut trees or remove wood from the site
  • Do not leave campfires unattended
  • Before leaving, extinguish fires and make sure campfire bed is cool to the touch
  • Report wildfires or unattended campfires by calling *5555 on a cell phone or 1-800-663-5555 toll free


  • Respect the peace and quiet of others
  • Keep your noise to a minimum at all times (including music and generators)
  • Obey designated quiet time: 11 pm-7 am


  • Do not litter
  • Deposit garbage in containers provided


  • Do not leave personal property unattended—unclaimed property will be removed after 24 hours


  • Keep your pets quiet and under control at all times


  • Park in designated areas
  • Keep roads clear; do not block traffic

Driving and Off Road Vehicles

  • Site access roads are often used by visitors as paths and play areas
  • Maximum speed is 20km/h
  • Do not drive over vegetation
  • Always wear a helmet when riding bikes, dirt bikes and ATVs
  • Idle your motorcycle or ATV in and out of the campsite

See our CRA Map and trail designations.

Information about Off Road Vehicle Use in B.C.

Whenever you drive off-road, you disrupt the ecological foundation of natural areas. Damage to sensitive places can cause long-term irreparable harm to the environment. Individuals who damage ecosystems on Crown land (such as wetlands, grasslands, and alpine areas) are subject to penalties.

Off-Road Vehicle Registration

Off-road vehicle registration and safety provisions are mandatory on Crown land, following the Nov. 1, 2015 passage of regulations in support of the Off-Road Vehicle Act. Find out more about the Act and regulations:

Safety & Hunting

  • Do not discharge firearms, bows, crossbows, or set traps
  • Do not leave game entrails on the site
  • Do not discharge fireworks

Wildlife Safety & Ethics

We share the backcountry with many wild animals that can sometimes be dangerous. Wildlife safety awareness will help protect you, your family and our wildlife.

The following information was developed by B.C. Parks to inform you about wildlife and aquatic life in B.C. If you encounter an aggressive wild animal, report it to the Conservation Officer Service 24-hour hotline, toll free at 1-877-952-7277 (RAPP) or #7277 on the Telus Mobility Network.

B.C.’s geography offers a great diversity of aquatic habitats that support a rich variety of plants and fish. Learn about the risks they face:

Please respect all wildlife species and plant communities in the backcountry.

Information taken from the British Columbia government website.


We’ve got the hookups!

We supply your RV with electrical so you can power lights, air conditioning, heat, and phone chargers (ha-ha). Make use of the shared potable water fill station during your stay. Free wifi included, premium option available for purchase.

Coming soon – sani-dump station!

Please note: sani-dump stations in surrounding cities listed here.

Mission location: 32885 Mission Way, Mission, British Columbia, CDN

Icons that represent some of the benefits of camping at Sasquatch Mountain
Three people on ATV's while camping at Sasquatch Mountain Resort

Things to keep in mind

Although Sasquatch is a mecca for off-roading trails, motorized vehicles such as ATVs, dirt bikes, snowmobiles, side by sides,  (excluding company service vehicles) are not permitted on the resort property ski runs at any time.

Motorized access through the CRA is granted via the Mount Klaudt trail. This goes across Sasquatch to the back side of Yeti Cruiser where a network of logging roads can be found. We reserve the right to close access through the back when working on lifts.

If you are camping please feel free to keep your motorized recreation vehicles on site, day trippers will need to park in P4.

CRA MAP & Designated trails


If you have any questions about booking please call 778-988-9569 or

email trails@sasquatchmountain.ca! If you are looking for directions, visit our Getting Here page.

What are you waiting for? The mountains are calling!