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Vancouver Sun columnist’s guide to B.C.’s best camping spots

(March 27, 2012) -- Stephen Hume, a Vancouver Sun columnist, writes that he's camped just about everywhere in British Columbia. So for those who have yet to discover the province beyond the city limits, he offers a few camping destination suggestions for newcomers.

VICTORIA, B.C. — Stephen Hume, a Vancouver Sun columnist, writes that he’s camped just about everywhere in British Columbia. So for those who have yet to discover the province beyond the city limits, he offers a few camping destination suggestions for newcomers.

Sited on an old Saltspring Island homestead, the Ruckle campground offers hours of rambling among the coves and tide pools of a rocky south-facing shoreline with spectacular views toward the southern Gulf Islands and the San Juan Islands, writes Hume. There are 78 campsites but only eight offer vehicle access.

For the complete story from Vancouver Sun columnist Stephen Hume, click here.

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