Mount Revelstoke National Park
Reservations will launch on March 13, 2023 at 8 AM Pacific Time. You can reserve sites at Snowforest Campground or at Eva Lake and Jade Lakes backcountry campgrounds at Parks Canada reservations or by telephone at 1-877-RESERVE (1-877-737-3783).
Eva and Jade Lakes
There are two designated summer backcountry campgrounds in the park at Eva Lake and Jade Lakes. Each area has four tent pads - 2 of which can be reserved, a privy, and bear-proof food storage lockers. The trailhead is located at the summit of the Meadows in the Sky Parkway, and winds six to nine kilometres through rolling subalpine terrain and treeless alpine tundra to reach high elevation lakes.
|Eva Lake||Jade Lakes|
|2023 operating dates||June 30 to October 9 (snow dependent)||June 30 to October 9 (snow dependent)|
|2023 reservation dates||July 28 - September 17|
|Number of sites||4|
|Maximum people per site||4 (2 recommended)|
Campfires are not permitted. Dogs are not allowed in the upper mountain area or backcountry of Mount Revelstoke National Park, including Eva and Jade Lakes campgrounds.
Backcountry campers require:
- A backcountry camping permit (Wilderness Pass). Reservations are available online or by telephone at 1-877-RESERVE (1-877-737-3783). A non-refundable reservation fee applies to all bookings. For first come, first served sites, visit the Snowforest Campground Centre the morning of your trip.
- A national park pass. Available at the Snowforest Campground Centre in Mount Revelstoke. Visit our fees page for more information.
Random camping is permitted during summer in limited areas of Mount Revelstoke. A backcountry permit is required for random camping and can only be obtained in person at the Snowforest Campground Centre in Mount Revelstoke. For information call 250-837-7500. Special rules and conditions apply.
Winter backcountry camping (November 1 - April 30)
Winter backcountry camping is only allowed more than five kilometres from the Trans-Canada Highway and Highway 23N. Special conditions apply.
Winter backcountry camping requires:
- A backcountry permit
- A national park pass
To travel in the backcountry in winter you should:
- Understand the risks of backcountry recreation, how to travel in avalanche terrain and how to practice self-rescue techniques.
- Have an avalanche transceiver, shovel, and probe for every member of the group.
- Check today's Avalanche Bulletin to determine the current conditions.
- Carefully plan your route using online resources, maps, guidebooks and information from Parks Canada.
Backcountry permits can only be obtained by phone at 250-837-7500 or at the Rogers Pass Discovery Centre in Glacier National Park. We cannot guarantee same day service and recommend getting your permit in advance. Plan ahead to avoid disappointment.
There is no winter frontcountry camping in Mount Revelstoke National Park and sleeping in vehicles in parking areas is prohibited.
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