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Mount Revelstoke National Park

Camping and Backcountry Huts

Campgrounds

There are no road-accessible campgrounds in Mount Revelstoke National Park. Glacier National park has three campgrounds at Illecillewaet, Loop Brook and Mount Sir Donald in Glacier National Park, 70 km east on the Trans Canada Highway. Several commercial campgrounds are found in Revelstoke. In addition, two provincial park campgrounds, Martha Creek and Blanket Creek, are located within 20 minutes of Revelstoke.

Backcountry Camping and Shelters

There are designated backcountry campgrounds at Eva Lake and Upper Jade Lake. Each site has four tent sites, and campers must use the tent pads provided. There are outhouses and food storage lockers to keep food out of reach of bears. See The 'Bare Campsite' Program for more information on safe camping in bear country.

There is one backcountry shelter in Mount Revelstoke National Park. Caribou Cabin is open in winter only and is located 19 km up the Meadows in the Sky Parkway. The cabin sleeps six people and there are foam sleeping pads provided, as well as a woodstove and firewood. There is a fee of $14.70 per person per night to use this cabin - this fee includes a wilderness pass. Contact the office of Mount Revelstoke and Glacier National Parks to book this cabin and obtain the key.

Open fires are not permitted in the park, except in the fireplace provided at the Monashee Lookout at km 8 of the Meadows in the Sky Parkway.

Backcountry camping passes are required for overnight trips to either the campsites or the cabin and can be purchased at the welcome station kiosk at the beginning of the Meadows in the Sky Parkway or at our office in the City of Revelstoke. See our fees page for current pricing.