There are many beautiful places to camp near Britannia Beach, including the two main provincial parks Porteau Cove (10 min. to the south) and Alice Lake (22 min. to the south).
There are also numerous private camping options, including Klahanie Campground, Paradise Valley Campground, District of Squamish Municipal Campground and WhistlePunk Hollow Adventure RV Park.
Alice Lake Provincial Park
Alice Lake Provincial Park is one of the most popular campgrounds in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia. Situated 20 min. north of Britannia Beach, the site is comprised of four lakes: Alice, Edith, Fawn and Stump. They are connected by the Four Lakes Interpretive Trail, an easy walk for the whole family. Alice Lake Provincial Park also offers a playground, beach and picnic area, as well as interpretive programs which run through the spring, summer and fall.
Porteau Cove Provincial Park
Situated 8 minutes south of Britannia Beach, Porteau Cove Provincial Park offers exceptional scuba diving and a great seaside campground. This marine park holds numerous wrecks that have been sunk in the cove to produce impressive man-made reefs. There is also a compelling cliff dive at the south end of the park. The park procures interpretive programs in the summer.
A short 7 km drive north of Britannia Beach along the Sea to Sky Highway, Klahanie Campground is situated across beautiful Shannon Falls, the third-highest waterfall in British Columbia. The campground is a privately run and offers complete facilities.
Paradise Valley Campground
Paradise Valley Campground is situated 25 minutes from Britannia Beach, in Squamish. The campground has private, group & family sites, a store with basic supplies, and notable washroom and shower facilities.