First Nations Mask on Campground Beach

Open: May 1, 2021

Daily Rates

Full Service $55.00/night +tax

Includes water, hydro, sewer and cable

Partial Service $48.00/night +tax

Includes water, hydro and cable

Dry Camping $38.00/night +tax

Ideal for self-contained RVs

Weekly Rates

Basic Service $228.00/week +tax

Ideal for self-contained RVs


Call 1 250 334-3773

The Puntledge RV Park & Campground

Camping in Courtenay, BC Canada

The Puntledge RV Campground is located in the traditional territory of the K’ómoks First Nation and provides a breathtaking river and mountain view as your backdrop. The Campground is family oriented and offers group camping, walking trails, fishing, swimming, fire pits and spacious grassy sites. We have full-service, partials, and dry camping sites, water, hydro, WiFi, cable, sewer, hot showers, laundry facilities, flush and clean toilets. Check out our open field for large events (weddings, festivals, family reunions - ask for rates).

Located adjacent to the Puntledge River, well located with easy access to the many coastal and natural features of the mid island. The marine life of the Salish Sea boasts species of whales, sea lions, seals and more, take a walk or a tour to get out and enjoy the bounty of the natural environment around us. The Comox valley is host to many events, attractions and festivals making the Puntledge RV Campground an excellent choice for a central location to explore and participate from.

Join us and see the spectacular salmon run in the Fall

Just a short walk from your campsite.
Experience Indigenous Culture
Experience the Indigenous Culture
Experience the Indigenous Culture

What to do

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History of the Puntledge Indian Reserve

Although the K’ómoks 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.