Princeton Municipal RV Park is located 2.8 km east of Princeton on Highway 3. We are nestled alongside the Similkameen River and many of our sites back up to the river. During the summer the river is a popular place to tube down, take a lawn chair and sit with your feet in the gently flowing water or play by the big rock.
Most of our sites have fire pits – one area has no fire pits for those who do not wish fires. All RV sites have power (30 & 15 amp) and water. Tent sites have communal water and no power.
There are showers and washrooms that are cleaned twice daily (more when needed). Showers are free for our guests.
There is FREE WiFi through the park.
The sani-dump on site is free for our guests.
For those of us who like to walk there is a side road that will lead to a trail taking you right to down town Princeton. There you can shop, visit our beautiful museum, browse through a number of shops or stop for a bite to eat in one of our restaurants.
For your safety a security gate is locked at 10 PM and is opened at 7 AM.
Jim and Karen are the resident caretakers of the Princeton Municipal RV Park. They're always there to greet you with a smile, and if needed, some local information. They are full time RVers and thoroughly enjoy meeting guests and making sure their stay is as enjoyable as possible. If one or the other of them is not in the office they can be found out doing chores or at their trailer just behind the office in site #30. You can find their contact information here