Ferry Island Campground

Ferry Island is our municipal campground, comprised of 103 campsites, and conveniently located 3.5 km from downtown Terrace.

Only 3.5 km from downtown Terrace, this 150-acre park and municipal campground comes complete with 103 campsites, a natural trail system, shower facilities and a playground for children.  Fees vary based on whether you require an electrical or basic campsite. 

Enjoy your walk around the Island trails and search for the faces in the forest! 

Visitors to the Ferry Island pond are asked to respect the fragility of the creatures that are living there.  Please do not handle or remove any of our resident tadpoles, frogs or snakes. 

Ferry Island Campground General Information

Location: 4301 Highway 16 West
Ferry Island Campground is closed for the winter season. No reservations will be accepted during the winter season.

2016 reservations will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis starting March 15, 2016.   A reservation phone number and email will be posted at this time.


Campground Information When Open

Campground gate opens at 7am and closes at 11pm
Only registered campers are permitted in the campground after 11pm

ALL campers must report to the Campground Operator Office and register prior to parking or setting up
Check out time is 11am

Party size
One to eight persons with at least one person  being 19 years of age or older

One camping party per site, unless otherwise authorized by Campground Operator

14 nights - unless authorized in advance by Campground Operator

All campers will pay current Campsite Fees (includes taxes) at check-in
No refunds or discounted fees

11pm – 7am
Generators, stereos etc. must be turned off during this time

Pets must be leashed in campground and playground areas
Disposal bags are provided throughout the campground

Firewood is for sale at Campground Operator Office

Campsites may be reserved in advance, but site numbers will NOT be issued until check-in at the Campground Operator Office
All requests will be considered, but not guaranteed

Refunds will NOT be issued







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