Open Year-round
Reservations possible?
RV Hookups
Potable water
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Just outside of Halfmoon Bay along British Columbia's Sunshine Coast is the Homesite Creek Campground and Recreation Site, a quiet wooded area with plenty of natural beauty and activities to keep any outdoor enthusiast happy. The campsites were built along the creek, so most of the sites enjoy direct access to the many waterfalls.

There are three or four beautiful waterfall viewpoints from the campground and more hiking and biking trails that follow the creek further upstream. Below the campground are more trails that follow the creek and venture through the thick, lush West Coast forest. Along these trails are a network of secret hidden caves that are also fun to explore. In close vicinity to the campground is Halfmoon Bay Harbor, the start and finish point of the Suncoaster Trail and many kilometers of great mountain bike trails. 

The campground itself has 26 single sites, five large sites, and one group site. There are plans for additional sites to be developed in the 2016 summer season. There are pit toilets spread around the campground as well as water spigots for washing. For a small fee, garbage is cleared and chopped wood is left for you. Each site has a fire ring, a picnic table, and there is ample room for parking and tents in these fairly private sites. With all the nearby activities and beauty surrounding this campground, Homsite Creek Campground is a great choice for anyone exploring the area.

Logistics + Planning

Preferable season(s)


Price per night (basic site)

16.00 $ (13.43 €)


Close to activities. Old-growth trees.


Smaller sites. No showers.

Pets allowed


Managed by

BC Parks

Reservation phone number

1 (604) 741-8060


ADA accessible
Potable water
Swimming holes



This site is now closed
This campsite is open again since late summer 2017. No reservations taken, $14/night. Wood is available at $7/bundle.
is this campsite still closed? I mean, can you still access the land and pitch a tent just for a place to pull over? I can find NOTHING about it and the visitors center said that its been open all summer.
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