You can camp overnight at the Lions Flatbed Campground, only 1.5km north Tumbler Ridge British Columbia just off Highway 29. Located on the banks of Flatbed Creek. (photo above) 43 campsites. No services. Rustic sites with firepits, firewood, picnic tables. Hot showers, sani-station, flush toilets. Tumbler Ridge, BC.

Monkman R.V. Park, 3 km. north from downtown Tumbler Ridge. 55 full service sites with 30 amp power. Shower and laundry facilities. Open year round. (after Sept 30th contact town hall 250-242-4242.) Overlooks the Murray River Valley and Bergeron Mountain.

Monkman Provincial Park. est. July 30, 1981. Located 45 km south of Tumbler Ridge on gravel road down the west side of the Murray River. 42 campsites, pull-through sites, tent pads, picnic shelter. The campground is 3 km upstream from Kinuseo Falls. VIEW FEATURE PAGE

Sukunka Falls Provincial Park, est. July 30, 1981, 50 km. northwest of Tumbler Ridge on Hwy. #29, turn off highway to the left, 25 km. rough road access. Open May to October, no reservations.

Gwillim Lake Provincial Park est. February 9, 1971, Located 45 km. northwest of Tumbler Ridge on Hwy. #29 (45 km. southeast of Chetwynd). VIEW FEATURE PAGE . Open May to October, 49 vehicle/tent campsites, pit toilets, firewood, boat launch, swimming, hiking.