Nanaimo, BC: TimberWest is pleased to announce the 2018 TimberWest Campsite Photo Contest, on now until August 24th. Outdoor adventurers photographing their summer camping moments, have the chance to win one of two 14-day camping passes at any of the eight TimberWest campsites across Vancouver Island.
“Last year we had hundreds of people enter our Campsite Photo Contest, and the photographs were breathtaking!” says, Jeff Zweig, President and CEO of TimberWest. “We are very excited to see what kind of camping memories and family adventures people will share this year.”
The contest runs from Saturday, July 1st to Friday, August 24. For full details about the TimberWest Campsite Photo Contest, visit www.TimberWest.com/contest
TimberWest has eight public campsites on quiet lakefronts available on Vancouver Island. Last year TimberWest hosted over 10,000 camping guests from across Vancouver Island and Canada. Campsite reservations are open now.
- Willington Point Campsite
- Wokas Lake Campsite
- Gooseneck Lake Campsite
- Booking: Bonnie at 250-830-7300 or email email@example.com
- Caycuse Campsite
- Heather Campsite
- Kissinger Lake Campsite
- Little Shaw Campsite
- Nanaimo Lakes Campsite
- Booking: lakecowichancamping.com or www.nlcampsite.com
TimberWest Campsite Photo Contest Terms and Conditions
TimberWest Campsite Photo Contest: No purchase necessary. Contest is open between 12:01 am PST on July 1, 2018 and 11:59 pm PST on August 24, 2018. You could win one of two (2) fourteen day camping passes for use at any of TimberWest’s eight campsites in B.C. (approximate value of CDN $280 each). Limit of two (2) entries per person. To win, a potential winner must correctly answer a skill-testing question, and sign a declaration and release form. Odds of winning depend on the number of eligible entries received and the determination of the judging panel. Contest is open to Canadian residents (excluding residents of Quebec) over the age of majority, and subject to the full contest rules available online at www.timberwest.com/contest.
TimberWest is certified to the Progressive Aboriginal Relations program of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business. The company is also third-party certified under the Sustainable Forestry Initiative and has been operating on the BC Coast for over 100 years. TimberWest is a Canadian company owned by two major Canadian public service pension funds.