Ferry Island Campground

Season Opens May 3 | Reservations Open Now

Ferry Island Campground

a photo of the new carved wooden sign at Ferry Island, featuring images of nature including an eagle and bear


March 15, 2024: Camping reservations are now being accepted. The campground opens May 3, 2024. Check for details below.

Wood-carved Ferry Island sign

July 19, 2023: We are so proud to show off the new signage on Ferry Island, created by Joerg Jung of JJ’s WoodArt and funded by Terrace Community Forest. The sign is nearing completion—the finished project will also contain a bench and a “Welcome” greeting in English and Sm’algyax. The sign containing information on the history of Ferry Island will also be reinstalled during project completion. Be sure to visit Ferry Island to check this out!



We have noticed a large number of off-leash dogs in the campground area as well as dog poop left behind. Please leash your dogs in the campground area for everyone’s safety and enjoyment. The off-leash area is beyond the power line, outside the campgrounds—see this handy map for the area with diagonal lines.

ALL visitors should be picking up poop after their pooches when visiting Ferry Island or any public area—no exceptions. We provide poop bag receptacles in many locations, but since these often empty quickly, please bring your own bags with you. With a little practice, it’ll quickly become a habit to bring them, and the receptacles will become an emergency-only resource—that’s how we like to think of them, anyway!

To recap: Leash and scoop! It’s that easy.

Photo by Aaron Whitfield, Red Bike Media


Ferry Island Campground is a municipal campground composed of 103 campsites and conveniently located 3.5 km from downtown Terrace. This campground is surrounded by a 150-acre park that includes trails, a children's playground, and unique tree carvings!  

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.

Campground Status

Registrations for the 2024 season are now being accepted. Camping begins on May 3.

Check the campground brochure for campground rules and etiquette.

Check the campground map for campsite locations.