Pinegrove Campground and RV Park

Pinegrove Campground and RV Park

Map of Pinegrove Campground and RV Park

421 Walterdale Road
McLure, BC
V0E 2H0

Private Campground

We welcome you to well-shaded large sites under tall Douglas fir trees. Free showers and WiFi. Great playground, also horseshoes, badminton and bocce. Store and laundry. Firepits, gazebo with BBQ. Big rigs and tenters welcome. Eco-friendly with recycling. Wir Sprechen Deutsch!

Come and stay at Pinegrove Campground and enjoy the large natural sites!

Amenities and Services

Dumping station

Operating Season: Open All Year

Tenting $25.00
up to 3 adults, OR 2 adults and 2 children 10 and under

R.V. no hook-up $28.00
but can use the sani-dump when leaving

R.V. 30 amp power and water hookup and use the sani-dump $35.00

Full Hook-up R.V. 30 amp power, water and sewer $38.00

R.V. 50 amp power and water $37.00

Full Hook-up R.V. 50 amp power, water and sewer $39.00

These prices are for a party of 2 adults and up to 2 children, cost of $3.00 per additional person over the age of 10

Winter camping available only with reservations.

WIFI available through the whole campground!

Pets Permitted: We are dog friendly!
Monthly rates available
Seasonal Campsite Rentals

30 Amp Service, 50 Amp Service, Cable Hook Up On Site, Dump Station, Flush Toilets, Internet Connection or WiFi, Pull Thru Sites, Showers, Tenting Area, Water On Site, Winter Camping Available, Accept Reservations, Convenience Store, Debit Cards Accepted, Entertainment Available, Laundry Facilities, MC & VISA Credit Cards Accepted, Pay Phone, Playground, Weekly Rates Available, Wilderness Location

Nearby Attractions and Services

Things to Do When Visiting Mclure
The Pinegrove camp site is located in beautiful picturesque forest land in the heart of Mclure, thirty miles north of Kamloops and 14 miles south of Barriere in the heart of British Columbia. When visiting the campsite you’ll find plenty to keep you occupied, such as nature trails where you can spot incredible wildlife, wonderful rivers for fishing and a scenic spot for your RV where you can relax, unwind, and live a much slower pace of life for a few days. But if you’re looking to explore further and see the sights of British Columbia during your vacation then the Pinegrove campsite is the perfect place to set up your basecamp. Here are some fun things to do in or around Mclure to keep you occupied for the duration of your stay:

Visit the North Thompson Museum
If you’re interested in learning more about the rich history of the area then a visit to the North Thompson Museum is an absolute must. The museum was opened in 1987 and is located in downtown Barriere. Here you’ll find local artefacts and documents that will cover the whole of the North Thompson region. The museum also has a photograph collection of over 150 photographs, showcasing images of scenes, people and industry in the local area. Barriere is a relatively small town and 75% of the town's residents are either directly employed by or otherwise linked to forestry, making it the perfect place to discover more about the history of forestry and the lives of those that have been employed in the industry for the past several hundred years. Another great reason to visit the museum is that it is housed in a former BC Forest Service Ranger Station, meaning the building itself is a site of historical interest.

Book Yourself a Tee Time...or some Ski Time...
The Chinook Cove Golf Course is located just outside of Barriere and offers a beautiful, Championship length and quality 9 hole golf course. The perfectly manicured well-kept greens provide an interesting contrast to the raw and unkempt beauty of the forests surrounding the course, making the Chinook Cove Golf Course a must visit attraction for golf fans in the area. The course also offers a licensed restaurant, aptly named ‘The Nineteenth Hole’ which means that you could book a tee time and enjoy a meal afterwards, turning your golfing excursion into a full day out before you return back to the comfort of your RV and the Pinegrove campsite.
Golf might not be your thing, if that's the case then why not think about paying Sun Peaks Resort a visit? It’s less than forty five minutes drive away and is one of the best ski resorts around. However, if you’re there in summer, there’s still plenty to do as it’s one of the best outdoor resorts around – with plenty of options if you like mountain biking. In August the blossom festival is a beautiful sight to behold and for those of you that like music or entertainment, there are plenty of concerts – check the website for updates! Sunpeaks Resort

Fabulous Fishing
If you enjoy fishing then there is no better vacation destination than Mclure and the Pinegrove campsite. Fishing is one of the favorite local pastimes in the area, and there are over 100 world class fishing areas in the vicinity. There are plenty of locations close to the campsite where you can try your hand at freshwater fishing: due to the remoteness of many of these destinations, it’s best to bring your own fishing equipment with you if you have it. Otherwise, we will be able to direct you to the nearest available tackle shop for you to hire your rods and buy your bait. The remoteness of the best fishing locations also means its a good idea to ensure you have a good health insurance policy, just in case something happens while you're on or by the water. For the very best fishing in the area take the short journey south to Kamloops. If you want to stay as close to the campsite as possible then you can also enjoy some rainbow trout fishing right here in Mclure at the Badger Lake.

Enjoy The Wildlife
The beauty of a vacation in Mclure is that you can take a step back and get closer to nature. With wildlife literally on our doorstep, there’s nowhere more perfect for some good old fashioned nature spotting. In our surrounding high elevation forests you may be able to spot moose, boreal owls, singing hermit thrush and dozens of other different birds. There is also a large population of chattering red squirrels. You may also see tiny spade foot toads, families of beautiful badgers, dancing sharp-tailed grouse, bighorn sheep, cougars, red foxes, coyotes and bears. All of these animals are part of the varied population of Mclure, and they all help to make this a truly wonderful and fascinating place to visit.

Contributor- Susie Crabtree

How to Get Here

Longitude 51.00.674 Latitude 120.13.440
We are located only 20 minutes north of Kamloops on Hwy 5 (Yellowhead), upon entering McLure watch for signs.

This campground is a great half-way stop between Vancouver and Jasper!

Contact Info



Phone: 250-672-5529

Toll-free: 877-672-5529 (Canada and U.S. only)

Facebook: pinegrove1

Camp Hosts: Martina Hobbs

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