Whistler RV Travel Guide!

Whistler, British Columbia, is a world-renowned destination for outdoor enthusiasts, adventurers, and nature lovers alike. Whistler offers endless opportunities for skiing, snowboarding, hiking, mountain biking, and the village is a vibrant hub of restaurants, shops, and galleries. Keep reading to plan your camping trip to Whistler, BC!

Campgrounds in Whistler

Riverside RV Resort

Riverside RV Resort is located just a few minutes away from Whistler, and offers full service RV sites! It includes a kids playground, beach volleyball court, badminton course, 18-hole putting golf course, and the famous 40-km Whistler Valley Trail runs directly through the campsite!

Olympic Park RV & Campground

Whistler Olympic Park RV & Campground includes 39 spacious campsites, and is open June 30 – October 2. It is the perfect spot to catch a break in nature, surrounded with stunning views. Explore the extensive trail network, visit the nearby Alexander Falls or Callaghan lake, or take a short drive to the Whistler village!

Whistler RV Park and Campground

Whistler RV Park and Campground is the largest RV park in Whistler, with over 102 fully serviced campsites! Located 18km south of the Whistler village, it offers easy access to hikes, 4×4 trails, and features an on site whiffle golf course, an 18 hole frisbee golf course, and much more!

Food and Drink!

With Whistlers strong focus on sports and activities, it is no surprise that there are so many incredible restaurants and eateries to fuel yourself up. Whistler’s chefs have created a unique dining experience that is sure to tantalize your taste buds. Whether you’re in the mood for classic comfort food or adventurous fusion cuisine, Whistler has something to satisfy every craving.

If you are exploring the mountains, don’t miss the Ravens Nest at the top of the Creekside Gondola, or the Rendezvous Lodge at the top of the Creekside Gondola to grab a bite to eat.

If you are visiting between June 23 – September 3, check out the Mountain Top Summer Feast at the Roadhouse Lodge! Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday is available to book yourself a table at 6,000 ft and enjoy live music and mouthwatering food. For incredible 360 degree views, check out the Umbrella Bar at the Roadhouse Lodge!

Casual Bites

Naked Sprout Cafe

A healthy plant based / vegetarian café offering smoothie bowls, salads, wraps and more!

Peaked Pies

Famous for their handmade Australian savory meat pies!

Hot Buns Café

Offering savory eats, sweet treats, delicious crepes, house made gelato and much more!

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Enjoy a delicious wood fired pizza made with nutritious, locally sourced ingredients!

El Furniture Warehouse –

Casual bar / restaurant with an upbeat vibe and delicious food!

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La Cantina –

Authentic Mexican Taqueria with two locations in Whistler!

Upscale Dining

Araxi Restaurant & Oyster Bar

Incredible meals created with seasonal ingredients from locally sourced vendors.

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Wild Blue Restaurant –

Wild Blue focuses on elevated cuisine, sustainable seafood, local ingredients, and an extensive wine and cocktail menu.

Hy’s Steakhouse & Cocktail Bar

Featuring Prime Grade steaks, cold martinis, fresh seafood and trademark warm hospitality, Hy’s is a dining oasis.

Bearfoot Bistro

Not only do they serve incredible meals, but you can also enjoy shots of vodka from around the world in a -32c bar made entirely of ice!

Activity Guide for Summer in Whistler

There are so many things to do in Whistler, you can visit again and again and never have trouble finding something new. From extreme sports, breathtaking tours, fun events, and a ton of village shopping to choose from, Whistler has something for everyone!

Arts and Culture

Whistler’s vibrant arts and culture scene flourishes year round. From engaging local workshops, art exhibitions, music and theatrical performances, to international film and culinary events, and plenty of self guided tours to enjoy, learn more about Whistler’s cultural institutions and offerings.

The Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre (SLCC) is the first centre of its kind in Canada, located on the shared, traditional territories of the Squamish Nation and Lil’wat Nation. The Cultural Centre displays both permanent and temporary exhibitions which showcase the many aspects of the Squamish and Lil’wat cultural history, traditions and practices from ancient times to modern day. Daily, guided tours and seasonal, feature tours are also included with general admission.

The Maury Young Arts Centre is the hub for everything arts and culture in Whistler. The Arts Centre hosts a community gallery, local artisan wares, a performance theatre, and multi-purpose rooms for workshops and rehearsals. Whatever your interest — live music, theatre performances, painting workshops, improv classes, children’s festivals, writing retreats, film screenings, speaker series – this is where you can find out what’s happening in the arts and culture scene in Whistler. Stop by to discover what’s on, grab an Arts Scene brochure, or simply explore the building and gallery.

Outdoor Activities

When it comes to the outdoors, Whistler offers everything. There are hundreds of gorgeous hiking trails in the area, 5 different lakes to visit, and you can even check out the Whistler Sliding Center and ride a bobsleigh on the site of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games!

Sight seekers will enjoy the famous PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola that stretches across Whistler Mountain to Blackcomb, offering riders an incredible 360 degree view of Whistler. Floatplane tours are available from May – October, and Helicopter tours are year round!


Mountain Biking is one of the most popular things to do in Whistler during the summer, with the famous Whistler Bike Park bringing people from all over the world to ride! If you are not a confident biker, check out some of the cross country bike trails around Whistler to brush up on your skills!

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