Northwest Territories Campgrounds, RV Parks
Camping in the Land of the Midnight Sun
RV Parks and campgrounds in the Northwest Territories of British Columbia, Canada. Book your NWT camping adventure today on Canada's largest booking, planning and interactive travel and adventure website.
Introduction to Camping in the Northwest Territories
Northwest Territories (N.W.T.) Canada enjoys campgrounds of convenience and campgrounds of remote solitude. In a nutshell, N.W.T. campgrounds are located remotely or locally. There are camping opportunities of all types including camping on the shores of lakes, on the banks of rivers, next to waterfalls, in forests, on the barren rock of the Canadian Shield and more.
Best Outdoor Activities Enjoyed When Camping in the NWT
The Northwest Territories campgrounds and rv parks offer easy access to outdoor activities like swimming, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, boating, biking, hiking, backpacking, birdwatching and sailing.
Private Campground or Provincial Park in the Northwest Territories?
In the Northwest Territories there are government operated and privately managed campgrounds and rv parks. Government run campgrounds are generally associated with or near a territorial park. Privately operated campgrounds tend to be closer to communities, services and amenities.
What Services and Amenities are available in a NWT Campground?
The campgrounds in the Northwest Territories vary in services and amenities. Services in a campground may include sani dump, showers, washrooms, picnic tables, firewood, picnic shelters, power sites, tv, fresh tap water and internet. The developed campgrounds in the N.W.T. may also include a general store, museum, hiking trails, equipment rentals, boat launches, marinas, playgrounds, concession stands, laundry rooms, sandy beaches and day use areas.
Featured Northwest Territories, NWT, Canada Campgrounds
For a complete list of places to camp or park your RV in a NWT community please visit the accommodation section listed in the appropriate community. Register your Northwest Territories British Columbia, Canada campground today.