Welcome to the Living Forest Living Forest Oceanside Campground & RV Park
6 Maki Road Nanaimo, BC Canada V9R 6N7
Latitude: 49°N 7' 51" Longitude: 123°W 54' 44"
Phone:   (250) 755 1755
reservations@livingforest.com

The only thing we overlook is the waterfront...
3 Main Rules:

PLEASE call the office if folks aren’t following these easy rules!

Check-out time is 11:00am.
Check-in time is anytime after 1:00pm

Quiet time is 11:00pm - 8am

All campfires must be out by 11pm

All garbage, recycling and composting bins are located
near the entrance/exit.  Please use the appropriate container
and do not leave any garbage at your site or in your firepit.

No burning when a fire ban is in effect

When burning is allowed, it must be done in the metal fire ring
and fires must be small.  Do not move fire rings
or use them as garbage cans.

Be careful with cigarette butts and dispose
of them in appropriate containers

All showers take loonies (Gold coloured $1 coins) (5min.)

Dogs must be on leashes and not noisy or aggressive.
Please pick up after your pets.  Dogs are not allowed on the beach.
Please take them upstream past the big rock (100 Metres)

No Visitors after 10:00pm.  Larger numbers must be cleared by the office.

No outside music allowed in the park

Maximum two cars per site

No cutting or damaging of trees

"Living Forest is a recreational park and as such not does not accommodate long term stays. Monthly stays are limited to 8 months, followed by at least a 4 month absence and are subject to application approval and RV age/length restrictions. Please contact the office for details. Nightly stays are limited to 2 weeks for tents and 3 weeks for RV's followed by at least a 2 week absence. The park may limit the number of sites available for monthly or nightly stays at different times of the year."

The Office is open during daylight hours and we can answer most
of your questions or concerns.  We would appreciate it if you would report
any disturbances or suggestions as to how we might improve the campground.

Because of inherent risks involved in the natural coastal terrain
of British Columbia, campers assume all risks of personal injury,
death or property loss from any cause whatsoever associated
with natural or man made features of the campground.

Use of the campground constitutes acceptance of this agreement

Reserve your site online now!