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Planning a unique trip to the beautiful BC? If you’re looking to get away from it all and explore the great outdoors in style, I’ve got the best glamping in BC list for you.

BC is such a cool and unique place and I’m not surprised that they’ve embraced the concept of glamping a long time ago. The entire province offers a great deal of jaw-dropping natural landscapes with wild mountain ranges, beautiful beaches on the Pacific coast, and some amazing rainforests.

Glamping in BC is ideal for all outdoor enthusiasts who prefer a more luxurious spot to enjoy the natural landscapes of BC. And the province has delivered, with amazing tents, yurts, and other unique glamping spots popping up everywhere around.

Popular destinations for glamping in BC include Kootenay Rockies, Mount Revelstoke National Park, Vancouver Island, the Great Bear Rainforest and many more. 

In the winter BC’s mountain ranges are known for winter activities, such as skiing and dog sledding and BC is a home to over 10 major ski resorts. When snow melts, the visitors can enjoy plenty of outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, boating, diving, fishing, horseback riding, kayaking, rafting, surfing and more.

Apart from spending time outdoors, you might want to enjoy the city life and visit the magnificent city of Vancouver. Just off the coast of Vancouver there are some amazing surfing and diving opportunities.

Top 7 Glamping in BC Destinations

Immerse yourself in the beautiful BC with my list of the best glamping in BC destinations.

1. Outa-the-Woods, East Kootenay

Outa-the-Woods is a unique eco-friendly vacation retreat with seven tree houses set on large 5 metre platforms. The treehouses are fully equipped with a dining area, kitchen, bathroom, lounge, loft bedroom with walk-out balcony and double hammock, propane fireplace and a 2-sided deck with BBQ and stunning Rocky Mountain views..

This is one of the best places for outdoor lovers who want to experience the wilderness while enjoying luxury glamping in BC. You’ll spend your days’ wildlife viewing, fishing, swimming, canoeing, skating, hiking, horseback riding, kayaking, whitewater rafting, and more.

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Guest review: “Lovely, unique, and secluded treehouse! We especially enjoyed breakfast on the front porch overlooking the lake and mountains. The nature trails were a great touch too!”

2. oTENTik, Langley

oTENTIKs in Fort Langley is a great way of experiencing camping with style in this historic site. The site, owned by Parks of Canada, has 5 tents available that look like a cross between an A-frame cabin and a tent. The tents sleep 6, single beds, table and chairs, electricity, power and fridge. Outside you will find picnic tables, shared fire pits and BBQs and shared toilets and showers.

While staying at oTENTIK, you will have plenty of activities to choose from. You will be steps away from the Village of Fort Langley, hiking trails and the Brae Island Regional Park. You can try out berry picking, or join winery and farm tours.

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Guest review: “Highly recommend staying at the newly built oTENTik tents at Fort Langley. They have 5 of these tents spread across the Fort and for families looking to beat the camping blues, this is just perfect. A fridge, shower facility, BBQ, utensils, campfire with logs provided and even a microwave that you can use from the cafeteria…..its comfort camping in style and the kids loved it. Just get some good insect/mosquito repellents….Camping at such a historical site is in itself an experience.”

3. Free Spirit Spheres, Qualicum Beach, Vancouver Island

Free Spirit Spheres is a treehouse resort with three private spheres suspended in the trees. The resort is located between Nanaimo and Courtenay, along the east coast of Vancouver Island. 

Onsite they have 3 available spherical treehouses for rent. Melody Sphere, Eryn and Luna sleep 2 and come with a beautiful interior and spacious open living concept with 5 windows, including a sky light, a murphy bed, a small sink, cupboards with dishes, purified water, electricity and lighting and a quality speaker system and an electric composting toilet outhouse at the base of the sphere. 

A great place for overnight stays but also for creatives such as artists, musicians and writers looking inspiration for their work.

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Guest review: “Highly recommend this place. We only planned for two nights.. but it turned into three cause we didn’t want to leave! and lucky enough they had room! Such a great place to relax and appreciate the little things”

4. Yurt at Riverside Resort, Whistler

Yurt at Riverside Resort is a fantastic way to experience glamping in Whistler all year-round. Nestled in the heart of the woods, yurts offer fresh mountain air and views on magnificent mountain peaks.

Yurts sleep up to 5 people and are equipped with bunk beds, couch, dining table and chairs, heating, electricity and a deck with a picnic table. The toilets and showers are shared and located in a separate building.

Local attractions include: Trans Canada Trail, Olympic Park, Whistler Mountain Bike Park, Whistler Sliding Centre, West Coast Wonders for climbers, Alexander Falls, Lost Lake and many more. There is no shortage of hiking and outdoors activities so you can enjoy your vacation to the fullest.

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Guest review: “Our family had an excellent stay in the Yurt, friendly service and clean amenities. Shuttle to village, trails, delicious breakfast at the café and the kids loved it!It was our second time in the yurt for a birthday yurt out of our routine. Love waking up to Whistler sunshine, treetops through dome eye view.”

5. Siwash Star Camp, Cariboo

Siwash Lake Wilderness Resort is a luxury resort located halfway between Rocky Mountains and Vancouver. 

The resort offers glamping in 4 luxury tents in their Siwash Star Camp”. Each tent sleeps 3 and features 1 king bed or 2 singles and a pullout sofa bed, full bathroom, wood-fired hot tub, wood-burning stove, Star-gazing platform with SkyMaster Pro binoculars and stunning views over Siwash Lake and the Marble mountains.

The Siwash resort is truly high class and unique. There is no better way for getting close to nature while enjoying your comforts, than to try glamping in Siwash luxury tents surrounded by true wilderness.

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Guest review: “The place is magical!! The food was delicious, the Chef took very good care about our food restrictions and preferences! Above all, the team was spectacular, they did everything so we can be happy, they were on top of everything!

We did horseback riding, archery, target shooting, fishing, swimming in the lake and the river, bush hiking, Paddle board, star gazing. My family was very happy, It will be an unforgettable vacation.”

6. Tin Poppy Retreat, Okanagan

Tin Poppy Retreat is located on the 160 acre private property in Okanagan and has four beautiful and unique cabins perfect for your glamping getaway.

Tin Poppy is a solar powered cabin built around a 32 foot 1953 Caravan that sleeps 6.  It is equipped with a full kitchen, bathroom and gas fireplace.

Other three cabins, called Lavender, Violeta and Wild Rose, are also quite unique and can accommodate between 4-10 people. All located in the heart of the woods, the cabins offer everything you need for a comfortable stay. All the cabins are dog-friendly.

While staying there, you can go hiking the Tin Poppy trails, go cross country skiing up at the Larch Hills, visit local wineries and more. 

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Guest review: “We had a great experience at Tin Poppy. Even though it was off the beaten path, it was easy to find with the helpful signage. Our dog loved being able to roam around with a bit of freedom given there were no other people/dogs around. My partner enjoyed the great scenery for photography. I loved the screened in rooms which made you feel like you were outside but had protection from bugs. We will definitely be back.”

7. Pop-up Glamping, Wild Havens

Wild Havens is a pop-up glamping business that specialises in creating glamping experiences for their customers. They offer accommodation in 52 bell tents, that sleep between 2 and 6 people per tent. 

Before you arrive you choose your own location and Wild Havens sets everything up for you. They offer a perfect glamping experience for couples, friends and families, and even unique events, such as weddings, parties and festivals.

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Guest review: “Wild Havens set up these beautiful tents at our wedding last month in Squamish and we couldn’t have been more pleased. We had two tents for getting ready that were perfectly furnished for that goal and a bridal suite that we stayed in was gorgeous. Our guests that rented tents were pleased as well. Highly recommended.”


Have you been glamping in BC and stayed in awesome accommodations I didn’t mention in my list? If so, let me know in the comments. I’d love to add them to my list.



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