Aberdeen Lake

Aberdeen Lake is one of the most northern lakes on the Aberdeen plateau. Buck Hills Rd wraps around the North side of the lake where there is access to many individual free private camp sites. If you know you are at the lake and you see a road heading towards it, chances are it leads […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On August 3, 2011
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Aberdeen Lake is one of the most northern lakes on the Aberdeen plateau. Buck Hills Rd wraps around the North side of the lake where there is access to many individual free private camp sites. If you know you are at the lake and you see a road heading towards it, chances are it leads to a parking site with a fire pit.

The lake is accessible by 2wd From either Phillpot Rd, Beaver Dee Rd or Lumby.

Aberdeen Lake

camp site near aberdeen lake

Tadpoles for the children to discover.

tadpoles galore

aberdeen lake

Plenty of parking...ok ok I just like my Ford Ranger.

Another gorgeous free campsite.

Aberdeen Lake

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  1. darkest1

    i explored the clear cut between beaver lake and oyama lake. took beaver lake rd to echo lake rd. then onto king edward. took us behind oyama lake, past 5 different recreation sites.

    streak lake site= sweet and small but a rough road.

    king edward lake site = nice lake, small site right beside the road

    high lake site = nice spot on a small lake. road is not a road at all. walk it.

    dalmer lake= nice site. bigger than average. nice lake too. pretty much right on the road.

    oyama lake site = bad. nice lake, lame forestry site.

    check out more info and pics on my blog…

    http://ryanstalesofadventure.blogspot.com/2011/08/oyama-backroads-explore.html

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