Twenty-five new cabins are now available at Cultus Lake Provincial Park and 22 electric-vehicle charging stations are being added to Mount Robson Provincial Park as a way to celebrate Canada’s Parks Day.
BC Parks is celebrating Canada’s Parks Day with these two projects, the first for BC Parks.
Constructed with the help of volunteers from GW Graham Middle school and the Canadian Armed Forces, each of the 18.6 square-metre (200 square-foot) cabin is suitable for up to five people and costs $90 per night. Located at the Maple Bay Campground, the cabins include a covered patio with a picnic table and stainless-steel cooking surface. Guests, however, must bring their own bedding, dishes and cooking stoves.
The 22 electric sites recently added to the Robson River Campground make Mount Robson the first provincial park in northeast B.C. to offer hook-ups. The sites include an RV charging station and an EV charging connection with 50 amp service.
The cabins and electric sites can be reserved on discovercamping.ca.
“Our parks are important for bringing families and communities together, improving our health and well-being, and protecting critical habitat for various species,” said George Heyman, Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy.
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