Creekside Crossing Campground is a rustic campground located in Powell River on the Upper Sunshine Coast. We are family owned and operated with 22 unique campsites.

Our campsites have all been crafted to work with the surrounding forest. This means each site has its own look and unique shape and size. When you stay at Creekside Crossing Campground you will be immersed in nature. Surrounded by trees, and song birds, this is a place for you to relax, and visit with family and friends.


We have a perfect place for you to get away to. Cozy and comfortable and still surrounded by nature. Come to Creekside Crossing and book our cozy Snug for your stay.

Powell River is home to 32 lakes! Perfect for fishing, kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding or just floating and swimming.

Lois Lake, Powell River
Tony Lake, Powell River

If you prefer the sunny beaches, then this is the place! Beaches of Powell River include Palm Beach, Donkersley Beach, Willingdon Beach, and Gibsons Beach. For an amazing freshwater beach check out Mowat Bay.

One of the beaches of Powell River
Sunset Willingdon Beach

From sunning to sunsets!

Creekside Crossing Campground is located 2km off Hwy 101 on a Forest Service Road where licensed off road vehicles are able to explore the amazing trails and back country Powell River has to offer. Try hiking the trails including the world famous Sunshine Coast Trail which includes a canoe route.

Eldred Valley Climbers Camp
Goat Lake, Powell River Back Country

Stage and Sandy Dance Floor, Creekside Crossing Campground

As a family operated campground we understand how important it is for kids and pets to have a place. Our playground is a place for kids to hang out and enjoy their camping time. For dogs, they can have some fun playtime in our off-leash area.

Creekside Crossing Campground Playground

From Vancouver, travelling to Powell River is a beautiful trip up the Sunshine Coast on Hwy 101 with two ferries, and a scenic drive between, taking you through Gibsons and Sechelt. From Vancouver Island Powell River is a ferry trip from Comox, where if you are lucky you may spot some whales!