Here are four of the best and most common Campgrounds in the Comox Valley/Area...
Cape Lazo Campground
"Cape Lazo RV Park is a family owned and operated beautiful 6.5 acre property with 62 full service RV sites, just metres from the beach and a minutes drive from downtown Comox. The scenic Comox Valley on the east coast of Vancouver Island is spectacular at any time of year, with miles of shoreline to explore and great recreational opportunities for all ages. We offer a quiet, relaxed campground with peaceful nights, modern facilities, high speed WiFi and a beautiful pavilion with fireplace. Perfect for a weekend getaway, several weeks or even a few months! Cape Lazo RV Park is central to unlimited Comox Valley experiences with a spectacular view of the Salish Sea just steps away!"
Miracle Beach Campground
"Located on the waterfront midway between Courtenay and Campbell River, this park provides easy access to both communities and a wealth of entertainment. On the beach, sandcastle building, sunning, swimming, exploring tide pools or just frolicking along the shore are all part of the Miracle Beach experience. And don’t miss the non-competitive annual sandcastle building day in June, where playful people of all ages create fantastic sculptures for all to enjoy. Nearby you’ll find horseback riding, golf, fishing and almost any other recreational activity you can imagine."
Miracle Beach, BC
Seal Bay Campground
"Seal Bay RV Park offers a choice of 150 natural, spacious sites in a peaceful park-like setting. ALL sites have full hook-ups, 30amp and 50amp sites available with hydro, water and sewer.. Wireless internet is also available. All sites have a picnic table and fire pit. Seal Bay RV Park & Campground also has clean coin operated showers and laundry facilities."
Courtenay/Seal Bay, BC
Cumberland Lake Campground
"Lake Park is a Village of Cumberland municipal park located on the shores of the glacier-fed Comox Lake and offers sandy beaches,
swimming, campsites, watersports rentals, community & school programs, concession, boat launch, hiking trails and climbing crags."