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Nanaimo Campgrounds

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Brannen Lake Campsite is family camping at its best! This mid island campground boasts 40 acres of old growth trees surrounding 120 grassy & quiet sites. Minutes from shopping and restaurants. Free family hayrides, Swimming, sandy beach, hiking...
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Vancouver Island's coal mining industry really began with the discovery of coal on Newcastle Island in 1852. The first sod was turned at the Morden Mine, on Vancouver Island, in 1912 and in its first year of operation, 76 000 tonnes of coal were...
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The Park offers an island shoreline dominated by steep sandstone cliffs and ledges punctuated by beaches. Caves and caverns exist along the shoreline and provide a marked contrast to the interior of the island studded with Douglas fir, arbutus, Garry...
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"6 km (4 mi) north of downtown Nanaimo, off highway, quiet, wildernesssetting, full and partial hookups, laundry, close to shopping, ice, sani-station, washrooms, coin showers, pets, CP nil. "
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53 forested acres overlooking Nanaimo Harbour and Nanaimo River, with 300 sites for RV's and tents. Top rated facilities. In the forest or water view, open year round.
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"From Hwy19 exit #18 west on Jinglepot Rd or Hwy1 west at Comox/Bowen Rd. follow signs. Hot showers, flush toilets, laundry, games room, play area, sani, covered BBQ, pets, lake swimming, fishing. Treed and grassed sites."
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BC Hot Springs
BC hot springs are some of the most spectacular in the world. In terms of sheer number and variety, BC hot springs have something for every kind of getaway.