250-226-7796 or m.me/vpcampground
4011 Barbados Road, Vallican in the Slocan Valley
Nightly Rates (all taxes included)
$25 tent site + $5/person>2
$35 RV site water & power, + $5/person>2
$35 private hut with bunk beds + $10/person>2
$75 room in a 4 bedroom shared A-Frame house, +$10/pp>2
rooms include a self serve breakfast including coffee, tea, soy milk, yogurt, oatmeal, grains, bread, butter, peanut butter and fruit.
Kids under 10 free,
Discounts: >2 day = 10%, >7 day = 20%, >27 day = 50%
Bookings >27 days are not subject to 5% GST, 8% PST or 2% MRDT.
Reservations required. Reservations subject to the rules posted at valhallapines.com.
Campground and Guesthouse
This 6 acre campground is in a quiet forested residential neighborhood in the Slocan Valley. There are tent and RV sites, a hut with bunk beds and 3 rooms in a shared house. There is power and water available for RV or trailer camping but no septic hookups. There may be other campers on the property and sharing the community space. The shared community building has a wood stove, sink, electricity, WIFI, a hammock and basic kitchen amenities. Camp sites have access to picnic tables, hammocks, fire pits, and an outdoor shower and flush toilet. Nelson, Castlegar and Slocan Lake are all a 35 minute drive away. There are many guides available for activities in the area including water sports, climbing, skiing, hiking, artist tours, events, geology, mining, mushrooms, cannabis and plant medicines, garden tours, native history and lots more. There is a particularly valued native storyteller here that can also provide a walking history tour to a nearby aboriginal village site with a full scale replica of a kekuli (earth house). Please call ahead for recommendations on booking guides or the storyteller. You don't need one to get here, but its good to have a 4 wheel drive vehicle for some of the logging roads that are worth visiting. Roof and/or bike racks can also come in handy. The Vallican Whole community center has events nearby. Recommended activities include floating down the river, canoeing the lake, hiking or climbing in Valhalla Park, soaking in Halfway Hot Springs or indulging in Nelson. We are surrounded by beautiful mountains and rivers. This valley has many outdoor activities and events and a very interesting history and culture including Sinixt, Doukhobor and hippy - draft dodger. Nelson, Castlegar and Slocan Lake are all a half hour drive away. There are many other special places nearby such as the Goddess Pools and the Hippy Hole. Adventure is calling.