August 10, 2021

Rediscover Princeton’s RV Park/Campground...
Imagine waking up to the scent of fresh coffee and the soothing sound of the Similkameen River flowing past your campsite. Or how about sitting in the refreshing water as it washes all your holiday stress downstream while the barbecue fills the air with the sweet aroma of lunch or dinner? This could be you at Princeton’s RV Park/Campground. Located just 2.8-kilometres east of Princeton on Highway 3, the municipal RV Park/Campground has a total of 73 RV and tent sites alongside the river, with many that back up to the water giving you full access to the Similkameen River.

After a long day on the road, you will discover Princeton RV Park/Campground has everything you need to unwind and enjoy a break from traveling. All RV sites have 30 or 15 amp service, a fire pit, and water. The tent sites share water and do not come with power. There is also a shower building, flush toilets, ice, and much more to make your stay comfortable. The site is pet-friendly and if you are keeping in touch with family and friends as part of your journey through our area, the RV Park/Campground is equipped with free WiFi and internet connections.

There is a lot to see and do not far from the RV Park/Campground. The Princeton Golf Course is just a short walk from the park entrance. It features an 18-hole course and an on-site restaurant. The downtown core of Princeton is just minutes away by car. In addition to all the many shops and services you would expect from a small rural community, there are other attractions to fill your day. The staff at the Princeton Visitor Centre on Bridge Street can answer all your questions and direct you to Princeton’s Museum on Vermilion Avenue or where to find groceries, a snack, or a meal. Did we mention that Princeton is the Bronze Statue Capital of Canada ?

Visit the Princeton RV Campground today !


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