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The Puntledge RV Park & Campground

Camping in Courtenay, BC Canada

The Puntledge RV Campground is located in the traditional
territory of the Comox First Nation and provides a
safe, natural, family camping experience which incorporates
the historic and cultural traditions of the Comox People.

Located adjacent to the Puntledge River, a five
minute walk from downtown Courtenay, the campground
includes the Nim Nim Interpretive Centre and I-Hos
Gallery Kiosk
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CONTACT US

Call Toll Free 1-877-726-4202.

support@ehcanadatravel.com

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RV Park & Campground Rates

Full Service $38.00/night +tax
Includes water, hydro, sewer and cable

Partial Service $29.00/night +tax
Includes water, hydro and cable

Basic Service $25.00/night +tax
Ideal for tenters or self-contained RVs

All rates based on 2 adults; add $3.00 per additional adult.
Taxes not included in prices. All funds Canadian.
Washer / Dryer $2.00 each - Showers $1.00 for 3 minutes

Join us and see the spectacular salmon run in the Fall

Just a short walk from your campsite.

Top Activities Nearby

  • Nim Nim Interpretive Centre discover our heritage
  • I-Hos Gallery Kiosk featuring North West Coast First Nation Art
  • Next to the river for swimming and tubing
  • Five minute walk to downtown Courtenay and Lewis Park for shopping, dining and relaxing
  • A short drive to the I-Hos Native Gallery and Gift Shop at 3310 Comox Road
  • Mount Washington is only a 30-minute drive away
  • Close to all 5 Comox Valley golf courses

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History of the Puntledge Indian Reserve

Although the Comox People integrated with the Pentlatch People in the early 1860s, the Pentlatch People had been living on this site for numerous years and the Puntledge Indian Reserve #2 was officially created in 1876 by the government and comprised of 180 acres of land.

The reserve was described as, “most part heavily wooded but containing a small extent of open land and having good soil, bordered by the Puntledge River and the Tsolum River.” At the time, in 1876, the total population of the Pentlatch People was 21, comprising of 10 men, 8 women and only 3 female children.