Valentine Lake free Camping

At Valentine Lake free you will enjoy 9 Campsites and be able to get there with a Motorhome

Facilities:Boat Launch, Tables, Toilets

Site Description:Located west of 100 Mile House, the recreation site is a popular fishing and hunting destination that is suitable for campers and small trailers.

Driving Directions:From 100 Mile House turn west onto Exeter Station road and Gustafsen Lake(1100)road and follow for 8km. Turn south onto the 800 road and travel for 9.5km to Valentine Lake.

Valentine Lake free Camping

Twin One Creek Camping

At Twin One Creek you will enjoy 15 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive and a Motorhome

Fees:$13.00 Camping

Fee Applies:May 1, 2011 – Oct 15, 2011

All Days

Facilities:Boat Launch, Tables, Toilets

Site Operator:CREEKSIDE RESOURCES INC.

Site Description:A medium sized campsite-somewhat open on the large jade coloured Lillooet lake, with 2 small grassy areas. Two or three sites can accomodate an RV. Small unimproved boatlaunch on site-beware when boating- there is a lot of large woody debris in the lake. Twin One Creek nearby. Berry bushes on site-watch for bears. Tables, fire rings, garbage pick up and outhouses on site. Greg, the site attendant from the Lil’wat First Nation, will come by in the evening to collect fees.

Driving Directions:From Pemberton, continue on HWY 99, to Mount Currie. Follow road to Duffy lake road, as you drive up hill, away from the water, the In-shuck-ch Forest Service Road starts on the right side. Follow this road for 8.5 km. Site is on the right side. Drive slowly and watch for logging trucks.

Twin One Creek Camping

Trapper Lake Trail Free Camping

At Trapper Lake Trail you will be able to get there with a two wheel drive

Site Description:A 21 km , one way, trail heading from the Similkameen River, parallels the Paysaten River, crosses a few forestry roads and eventually follows a ridge to the west side of Flat Top Mountain and then descends into Trapper Lake. Most of the trail from the Smilkameen falls to Calcite Creek has been altered by Mountian Pine beetle harvesting. This trail links with the Centennial Trail and the Border Lake Trail.

Driving Directions:The trail can be accessed at many points along the the Calcite logging road. The main parking along the trail route would be at a landing @ 25.9 km (Easting 678556, Northing 5442777) where a trailhead sign was erected in September of 2007. From this point it is 13.2 km to Trapper Lake.

Trapper Lake Trail Free Camping

Tommy Archie Site And Trail Free Camping

At Tommy Archie Site And Trail you will be able to get there with a Non Motorized

Facilities:Toilets

Site Description:The recreation trail is approximately 2 km long, and leads to Tommy Archie Lake. The first section of trail is quite steep. The small lake is generally accessed for fishing.

Driving Directions:Located northeast of Canim Lake. Access is via the 6000, 7000, and 7100 Roads.

Tommy Archie Site And Trail Free Camping

Thomas Free Camping

At Abbott Creek you will enjoy 1 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive

Facilities:Tables, Toilets

Site Description:A small one unit site with additional parking that is popular with fishermen and and kayakers.

Driving Directions:High clearance 2wd access. Site is located east of Terrace via the Copper River FSR. At approx. 34 km turn off the Copper FSR onto the Clore FSR. The site is at 13 km.

Thomas Free Camping

Tacheeda Lakes Point Free Camping

At Tacheeda Lakes you will enjoy 17 Campsites and be able to get there with a Motorhome

Facilities:Boat Launch, Tables, Toilets

Site Description:This large scenic recreation site is easily accessible by 2 wheel drive vehicles. The in-site loop road provides easy access for larger vehicles. The site provides defined camping pads, tables, fire rings and 3 pit toilets. These facilities will be upgraded in the near future. Two boat launches exist for the avid anglers. In 2011 a major works project was completed to upgrade the gravel boat launch to concrete pads.

Driving Directions:Travel ~88.5kms north of Prince George on Hwy 97 (~14kms past Bear Lake Community). Turn right on to the Chuchinka-Redrock FSR (2038km – cross train tracks), continue until FSR merges with the 800 Rd at 830km and keep to the left. The site is at 841km. (Note: Tacheeda Lake Middle site is located just before this site & the NE site is located 5kms further down the road).

Tacheeda Lakes Point Free Camping

Susan Lake Free Camping

At Susan Lake you will enjoy 3 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive

Facilities:Boat Launch, Tables, Toilets

Site Description:Susan Lake is located north of Canim Lake on an old sawmill site. The recreation site has three campsites and is a fishing destination.

Driving Directions:From 100 Mile House travel north on Hwy 97 to the Canim Lake turnoff. Turn east onto Canim Hendrix Lake road. At Forest Grove turn east remaining on the Canim Hendrix Lake road and follow for approximately 30km. Turn north and travel along this road passing Succour Lake. The road veers west staying south of Boomerang Lake. After travelling approxmimately 9km from the Canim Hendrix road turn southwest. Follow this road approximately 12km into Susan Lake.

Susan Lake Free Camping

Summit Lake in Rocky Mountain

Summit Lake in Rocky Mountain  recreation site has no campsite but you can go to the site with a two wheel drive! Enjoy marvelous Camping and attractive Fishing opportunities.

Amenities: Boat Launch, Tables,Toilets

Free Camping

Summit Lake, Rocky Mountain, Golden

 

Free Camping

Summit Lake, Rocky Mountain, Golden

Site Description:Summit Lake in Rocky Mountain  is a small lake with rough road access. A one unit campsite is located past the beaver pond and is accesible by four wheel drive high clearance vehicles only.

Driving Directions: Drive along the main Spillimacheen Forest Service Road to teh 17 km mark and  stay right travelling the North Fork FS Road to the 21 km mark. From here turn left onto the Summit Road . After about 7 km the road reaches a creek and beaver pond. You may choose to park here and walk to the lake.

Summit Lake in Rocky Mountain Interactive Map

Sullivan Lake West Free Camping

At Sullivan Lake West you will enjoy 4 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive

Facilities:Boat Launch, Tables, Toilets

Site Description:Sullivan Lake is also known as Knouff Lake. This recreation site has 2 small camping areas. The central area is located on a loop road just off the main road and has 3 defined campsites. The other location has 1 defined campsite, and is located beyond the boat launch on the west side of the road. There is minimal overflow space at both locations. There is also a small amount of space for day use parking at the car-top boat launch.

Driving Directions:Access is off Highway 5 North between Kamloops and Barriere. At Heffley Creek, turn onto Sun Peaks road and follow until junction with Knouff Lake road. Turn onto Knouff Lake road and follow until arriving at recreation site.

Sullivan Lake West Free Camping

Sugar Lake 1 Mile Camping in Okanagan

Sugar Lake 1 Mile Camping in Okanagan recreation site has 1 Campsites and be you can go to the site with a Motor Home ! Enjoy marvelous Camping, attractive Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Picnicking opportunities.

Fees:$12.00 Camping

Fee Applies:May 15, 2012 – Sep 15, 2012

All Days

Amenities:Boat Launch, Tables, Toilets

Site Description:Sugar Lake 1 Mile Camping in Okanagan single site is folksy and good for fishing and beach activities. It is a folksy family recreation site with good access and can be very busy.

Driving Directions:Follow Hwy 6 to Cherryvill turn onto Sugar lake road

Sugar Lake 1 Mile Camping in Okanagan Interactive Map

 

Succour Lake Free Camping

At Succour Lake you will enjoy 2 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive

Facilities:Boat Launch, Tables, Toilets

Site Description:Located north of Canim Lake, the recreation site is found on the northeast side of Succour Lake. The site is a popular location for fishers.

Driving Directions:From 100 Mile House, travel 2km north on Hwy 97 and turn right/east onto the Canim-Hendrix Lake Road. Travel 21km to Forest Grove and turn right/east, following the signs toward Canim Lake. Continue on the main road for approximately 30km. Turn left and follow the road for 2.5km to the recreation site.

Succour Lake Free Camping

Stump Lake Free Camping

At Stump Lake you will enjoy 4 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive

Facilities:Tables, Toilets

Site Description:The site is located on a steep grassy hill on the southeast side of Stump Lake and is popular with fishers and campers.

Driving Directions:Access is off Highway 5a between Kamloops and Merritt. Turn off the highway onto Planet Mine Road. Follow this paved public road until it ends at the last private cabin. Here, the access road turns into a dirt/gravel road. The road is narrow and windy in spots. It is not recommended for large camper trailers. Travel for approximately 1km until arriving at the recreation site.

Stump Lake Free Camping