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We are recommending Curbside Pickup

We are ready to handle an increase in curbside pickup orders, so order online from home, and don't leave your car to pickup at any of our three locations, or have your order over $49 shipped free for most items.

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Curbside pickup is not instant, but we aim to process orders as fast as we can. Before coming to pickup your order, please wait for your:

ORDER IS READY FOR PICKUP EMAIL

  1. Shop online from your couch, backyard campsite, or morning in bed.
  2. Wait for your ORDER IS READY FOR PICKUP EMAIL.
  3. Head to the store's Curbside Pickup Sign, and give us a call at the number on your ORDER IS READY FOR PICKUP EMAIL.

The Backcountry is Calling...

Let Campers Village take you there!

If you’re heading backpacking, you’re going to need a backpack (surprising, I know). Shop these great brands today to get geared up, packed up, and on your way to making some new memories outdoors.

  1. LOOKOUT 60 ASHPHALT GREY
    LOOKOUT 60 ASHPHALT GREY
    Special Price $149.88 was $199.98
  2. BALTORO 75 LG
    BALTORO 75 LG
    $444.98
  3. ARIEL 65 PACK
    ARIEL 65 PACK
    $389.98
  4. GUIDE 42+ SL
    GUIDE 42+ SL
    $274.98

Sleeping Bags

Backcountry friendly sleeping bags to keep you warm through the night.

  1. BOZEMAN -9C LONG - WASHED TURQ
    BOZEMAN -9C LONG - WASHED TURQ
    $159.98

Sleeping Pads

Light and packable sleeping pads you won't mind carrying.

Backpacking Stoves

Cooking in the backcountry made easy.

Latest Blog Post ...

Photo of young grizzly bear pooping in a valley in the Rocky Mountains.
July 15, 2021

How to Poop When Random Camping

Jenn Banda, Recreation Engagement Officer for Alberta Environment and Parks in southern Alberta, offers tips for how to deal with human waste and garbage when campering and off-roading in Public Land Use Zones (aka PLUZ). These areas allow free camping and have extremely limited facilities.

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By: Jane Marshall
seejanewrite.ca