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Baird Lake Free Camping

At Baird Lake Free Camping  you will enjoy 7 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive! You will get from Boating, Camping & Great Fishing opportunities.

Driving Directions:

Follow Hwy 97 to Lumby to Mabel Lk Rd to Trinity Valley Rd to Hidden Lk Forest Service Road. A link to useful directions and highways in BC http://www.milebymile.com/main/Canada/British_Columbia/Canada_British_Columbia_road_map_travel_guides.html

Free Camping at Baird Lake Map

About Clayton Kessler

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  1. Hi. I was wondering how Baird Lake got it’s name, and can’t find a website with the info. I need. Could you please tell me who the lake was named after, and the history behind it? Any information you can give me would be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much in advance for your help. Lonni Baird 🙂

  2. In addition to my last request, I would also love it if you could send me any brochures on Baird/Hidden Lake re: fishing, camping etc. Thank you once again. Lonni 🙂

  3. What a great question. A few months ago, I completed some research on how to get a geographic feature named. I found some nice falls that have no name…I’ve yet to submit my paperwork to get them named but I have some ideas…..anyway

    Baird Lake: Origin Notes and History:

    Adopted 10 June 1971 on 82 L/NE, as submitted April 1966 by Forest Ranger at Enderby (file R.2.27).
    Source: BC place name cards, or correspondence to/from BC’s Chief Geographer or BC Geographical Names Office
    Established local name, used since the mid-1950’s or earlier, after Mr. Baird, an early local settler, now deceased.
    Source: BC place name cards, or correspondence to/from BC’s Chief Geographer or BC Geographical Names Office

    The details on geographic named places in Canada can be found here: An alphabetical search for places in Canada. http://www4.nrcan.gc.ca/earth-sciences/geography-boundary/geographical-name/search/alphabetical/index_b1.php

    Baird Lake map is here: http://atlas.nrcan.gc.ca/site/english/toporama?featureid=0c94a335849c20c3bfd357a62e404a7c

    Details on how geographic named places in British Columbia have received their name can be found here:
    http://geobc.gov.bc.ca/bcnames/

    For details on how geographic named places in other provinces got their names, try these sites: http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/earth-sciences/geography-boundary/geographical-name/related-sites/5745

  4. Amelia Jean Vos

    Hello!

    Im looking to rent a group campsite for a girls getwaway for my best friends stagette. Would it be possible to rent out the entire campground for an entire weekend? obviously we would pay the fees, were just looking for privacy so we dont have to worry about disturbing families ect if we decide to dance and play music and such. would love you input or suggestion. thanks!

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