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.
Fee Applies:May 15, 2012 – Sep 15, 2012
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
Free Camping at Mcintyre Lake in Central Cariboo you will enjoy 5 Campsites and be able to get there with a Motorhome! You will get from there, nice Canoeing service, attractive Fishing facilities & Great Camping opportunities.
Site Description:Heading West on Hwy 20, but want to be close enough to Williams Lake to take in the stampede, then this open grassy rec site along the western shore of McIntyre Lake, is just the spot. The site is separated into 4 camping areas each with its own entrance. Cattle at-large in the area, and spot is quite busy during hunting season. Lake is subject to winter kill, contact MOE for information
Driving Directions:Follow Highway 20 west, at the top of Sheep Creek Hill turn left onto Meldrum Creek Road. Site is 500m from the highway
FlyFish Lake # 1 Free Camping and flyfishing recreation site has 3 campsites and you can go to the site & enjoy marvelous camping, attractive hiking, fantastic fishing.
This is a beautiful small lily pad lined lake halfway between Kelowna and Lumby. This walk-in lake is only a couple hundred meters from the main fsr. At the road there are two tent sites with fire pits and at the lake there is a small clearing with a large fire pit. Dead wood is plentiful. Bring bug spray and your fly rod!
General directions: If coming from Kelowna Follow Beaver Lake Rd from Windfield. Take the first major right after Dee lake and drive for only a few km before finding the 2 sites and the sign “Fly Fish Lake #1 Rec Site.” Roughly 45mins from Kelowna.
While we were there the area seemed to be a rich with flora and fauna. We caught leeches and fished for the fish we saw jumping. We seemed to be competing with two loons and a large eagle who also seemed to be fishing. Relaxing by the shore was pleasant as mint was growing wild along the water.
If you search Fort St. John in the Campground Directory on Tracks And Trails home page, you will find a new location for free camping thanks to Dan Marceau. A member of Kelowna Search and Rescue before he braved the north country to go save lives.
Camp for Free in BC at Dan Marceau Camp
Dan says that you can camp for free on the Peace just east of the Taylor Ferry Rd bridge….(i guess there was a ferry before the bridge eh)
Now if we can get some pics of the area, it would be cool. So if you are looking for work and need a place to stay this summer, check out this campsite and enjoy the Peace. What should we call it? I didn’t find it listed in the Recreatin Sites and Trails guide so TracksAndTrails now names a new campground Dan Marceau Camp.
To get camping directions look for the map bubble by the bridge east of Taylor after you search Fort Saint John with a 100 km radius.
Canty Lake Trail (Parking Lot) in Prince George recreation site has no Campsites but you can go to the site with a two wheel drive & Non-Motorized! Enjoy interesting Hiking, Nature Study & Great Camping opportunities.
Canty Lake, Prince George, Mackenzie
The trail head is located off the parking lot ~3km off the main FSR and the trail is ~ 2.2 km with a 575 m ascent. (Trail needs to be Surveyed with a GPS. Campsites at lake require inspection and hazard tree assessment.)
North (NW) of Mackenzie. Turn right at ~ 89.5 km on the Parsnip West FSR and the site (trail head parking lot) is located an additional 2.8 km.