Located along the shores of the Similkameen River is the small Bromley Rock Provincial Park which features a striking rock bluff, and offers exciting RV camping opportunities for vacationers. Located 21 km (13 miles) east of Princeton along Highway 3, this 1.5 sq. km (0.6 sq. mile) provincial park features well-forested and shaded campsites located along the Similkameen River. Recreational activities to enjoy at the park include fishing for Mountain Whitefish and rainbow trout, canoeing and kayaking on the Similkameen River, tubing, hiking, picnicking, biking, swimming, cliff jumping, road and pet walking, photography, flora viewing, and nature observation.
Facilities and amenities available at Bromley Rock Provincial Park include 17 RV campsites, restrooms, water taps, picnic tables, fire rings, garbage disposal stations, picnic area, swimming beach, Information Center, and parking lots.
Bromley Rock Provincial Park is popular for the 50-foot rock that rises up from the Similkameen river which acts as launch pad to plunge into the water below.
Established in 1956, Bromley Rock Provincial Park is a traditional fishing site for the First Nations.
Located 21 km (13 miles) east of Princeton along Highway 3, Bromley Rock Provincial Park is a simple drive-in park that is easy to access by RVs, trailers, and other motorized vehicles. There is a paved road within the park which connects the campground as well as the day use area, and this makes navigation within the park easy. There are no driving restrictions in Bromley Rock Provincial Park.
There aren’t many parking options for RVs, trailers, and cars at Bromley Rock Provincial Park as the park features only one parking area located at the day use area. However, RV campers can park their rigs at their respective campsites while on vacation at the park. Overnight parking is available.
There are no direct public transportation services to Bromley Rock Provincial Park.
Bromley Rock Campground in Bromley Rock Provincial Park features 17 pet-friendly campsites available for RVs and tents. There are no RV hookups in the campground. RV length limit in the campground is 32 ft (10 m), however vacationers with larger rigs can call ahead to find out if there is space available. The campsites in the campground are shaded by Douglas fir, and amenities in the campground include water taps, picnic tables, fire grills, garbage station, restrooms, and an Information Center. Maximum stay in the campground is 14 days. Campsite reservations are accepted and first-come, first-served sites are available.
RV campers enjoy strolls along the roads in Bromley Rock Provincial Park, whether with their pets or not, because of the wonderful views of the resplendent flora and fauna in the park. Hiking in the area affords good views of the Similkameen Valley.
The swimming beach available just across from the day use area in Bromley Rock Provincial Park is a great destination for tanning and enjoying a dip in the Similkameen River. No lifeguards are on duty at the park and no swim buoys or ropes are available to mark the swimming area, hence caution is advised when swimming in the river.
Bromley Rock Provincial Park features a day use area that is excellent for picnicking. As a result, RV campers enjoy outdoor meals with family and friends at the picnic area which features picnic tables, pit toilets, and a parking lot. The picnic tables are well spread out between two old growth Douglas fir trees that provide shade for picnickers in the park.
RV campers that visit Bromley Rock Provincial Park with their bicycles enjoy riding along the park’s roadways. Cycling offers riders unique opportunities to enjoy panoramic views of the park’s natural features, landscapes, and beauty, as well as the scenic view of the Similkameen River.
Bromley Rock Provincial Park is a popular destination for canoeing and kayaking activities. For RV campers, the park is a well-known starting point for kayaking on the Similkameen River. RV campers who wish to enjoy kayaking and canoeing on the river are required to portage their vessels to the river.
Fishing opportunities are available for RV campers and anglers on Similkameen River at Bromley Rock Provincial Park. Besides the abundant Mountain Whitefish in the river, RV campers can also fish for wild rainbow trout in the river. RV campers visit the park with their fishing gear and tackle as no rental facilities are available for fishing equipment. An appropriate fishing licence is required for fishing or angling in the park.