About Us

A true camping gem, in the heart of the desert!
(Driving directions on Contact page)

Right off the Trans-Canada Highway; right in the middle of the desert corridor of British Columbia, we offer one of the most beautiful and well equipped RV Parks in the interior of British Columbia, Canada.

We are hidden in a lovely and unique creek side setting; and all you can see from the highway is a canopy of trees. Being BC’s hot spot on a regular basis; our trees and our heated outdoor pool are blessings which you will truly appreciate when our summer temperatures are hovering between 30-35 degrees. Nestled amongst the trees are lush lawn tenting sites, and flat fully serviced pull through RV sites. All our facilities are clean and well maintained, to provide you with a wonderfully relaxing vacation get away. Truly “A Gem in the Desert”.

We are a dedicated vacation park which allows you the opportunity to mingle with like-minded travelers from Canada, the United States; and international travellers from all parts of the world; exploring the beauty of the area.



A brief history of Brookside Campsite…..
In 1981, a local couple, Anita and Cliff Moore, bought the property then visualized and created the park. Cliff, who was a Greyhound bus driver, wanted to make a park that was easy to drive into, had as many amenities as possible, and was easy to drive out of. Hence, our mostly pull thru sites, our full service sites, and the washroom/shower house/laundry room and pool. They sold the campground in 1987, but stayed in the area. The next owner was from Alberta, and we do not know a lot about him as he was only here for a couple of years. I have been told he built the shop while he was here. The third owner/operator was Ben Fuglestveit, who also hailed from Alberta, but who became a local just from staying here so long. Ben and his wife Karen, still live in Cache Creek. He had the campground for 19 years, from 1993 until he sold it to Nikki French, in August 2012. Nikki and her husband John Bundus were born locals to the area until they retired in 2017 and moved to the Shuswap where they now enjoy their hobby farm on the river. In June 2017 we purchased Brookside Campsite from them, keeping it in the family.

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