Golden Ears Provincial Park is one of the largest in the province, sprawling over 62,540 hectares of trails, waterways, and mountain backcountry. The rugged terrain makes for challenging hikes, ultimately ensuring that this campground remains a popular choice among visitors looking for tougher hikes.
This park is big enough that it has three separate campgrounds, although the Allouette site is the first choice for many visitors since it’s the largest of the three locations. The campground includes a vehicle-accessible day-use area on the south beach area, as well as an additional location on the east beach that’s only accessible by boat.
Services in the area include flush toilets, a changing house, drinking water taps, wheelchair-accessible areas, and a four-lane boat launch for getting out onto the water. Campfires are allowed only in the metal fire rings at each campground, and firewood is available from the park operators. The eastern beach area has pit toilets, but not flushing ones.
Allouette campground offers 206 sites for visitors, including hot showers available at no extra cost during the regular season. The camp usually opens at the start of April and remains open through November, but can be opened during the winter as an overflow area.