Total number of cars, trucks, tents, recreational vehicles and trailers allowed on a campsite in a provincial campground = 3 (with only 2 used as accommodation units)
Two motorcycles or 2 bicycles are considered to be one motor vehicle.
If two tents are used as sleeping quarters, two cars/trucks might be allowed on the campsite if it is large enough. That decision is made by the campground manager. (There may be a charge for the second tent.)
The camping fee is usually charged for a second accommodation unit on a campsite. However, if the second accommodation unit is a tent and there is only one motor vehicle registered to the site, there's no additional charge for the tent.
Accommodation unit = tent, tent trailer, trailer, fifth wheel, motorhome, or van or truck camper used by a person as shelter equipment while camping
There can’t be more than 6 people staying on a campsite unless they're all members of the same “non-extended” family (i.e. parents and dependent children).
A campsite must be large enough to accommodate the maximum number of allowable units. Depending on a campsite's design and dimensions, a campground manager may decide that only one camping accommodation unit is permitted.