Get ready camping enthusiasts! Your summer is about to get a whole lot better. Around 600 new campsites are coming to Canada just in time for summer and it sounds amazing. If you haven’t booked any camping trips yet, we strongly suggest you do.\nBC is known for its beautiful camping opportunities, and it's about to get even better. On May 23, 2019, the BC government announced in a news release that they will be adding nearly 600 new campsites to the province – 594 to be exact. These campsites will be added all across the province, which means this is the perfect excuse to explore!\nFrom walk-in tent camping to marine sites, 13 Provincial Parks across BC will have a total of 362 new sites. There will also be 232 new sites in 12 of the province's recreational sites.\nThe new BC Parks camping spots will be located in the regions with the highest demand with many in Metro Vancouver. There will also be new spots throughout the province, such as in the Thompson-Okanagan, Kootenay Rockies and Mount Robson.\nView this post on Instagram Summer is just around the corner — what adventures are you planning? Pictured here is Boya Lake, located along the Stewart-Cassiar (Hwy 37) just south of the Yukon border. Known for its turquoise colour and ideal swimming temperature, this park is well worth the drive to get here. (And you can now reserve sites in advance through Discover Camping!) photo: @fieldandforest / @hellobc #bcparks #explorebc A post shared by BC Parks (@yourbcparks) on Mar 8, 2018 at 1:43pm PST\nThese new sites are in addition to 431 new campsites that were created in 2018. That means there are a total of 1,025 new campsites across the province for you to enjoy!\nIn case you didn’t know, you can do so many things at these campsites. Things like fishing, boating, and mountain biking are all available at these provincial parks. Plus, the views are exceptional so why not beef up your Instagram game while you’re at it?\nThis year, the chair of the Camping and RVing BC Coalition, Joss Penny, estimated that over one million campers from BC, Alberta, and Washington are expected to camp or RV throughout British Columbia this summer. So an expansion like this was necessary!\nWith the influx of people camping, the provincial government will also be upgrading existing facilities and infrastructure in Fintry Park, Martha Creek Park, Robson River, and Monck Park.\nView this post on Instagram @desktoglory's #guestgrammer feature on the Juan de Fuca Trail continues: After hiking down and back up countless creek valleys we got pretty excited when we came to a suspension bridge to take us straight across instead. We overheard another hiker in camp describe the day as, "Up and down, and up and down, and mud mud mud." He summed it up very accurately! The closer we got to China Beach, the more often we’d find these awesome suspension bridges. #bcparks A post shared by BC Parks (@yourbcparks) on Sep 28, 2017 at 8:45am PDT\nIn order to encourage tourism for locals and visitors, no increase in camping fees will be implemented in provincial parks for the third year in a row.\nView this post on Instagram Joffre Lakes Provincial Park Visitor Survey closes April 30 A post shared by BC Parks (@yourbcparks) on Apr 30, 2019 at 10:16am PDT\nYou can already start making bookings for the camp sites now! They are now available for reservation through the Discover Camping reservation service.\nWhile construction for some of the sites is still underway, you can check the progress through the BC Parks website.