Bannock Point Free Camping

At Bannock Point Free Camping you will enjoy 10 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive! You will get from Beach Activities,    attractive Boating, Camping, nice Canoeing, enjoyable Fishing facilities &  Great Swimming opportunities. Driving Directions: Road Access: From the bridge on Highway 6, in Silverton, travel south along the […]

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On April 8, 2011
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At Bannock Point Free Camping you will enjoy 10 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive! You will get from Beach Activities,    attractive Boating, Camping, nice Canoeing, enjoyable Fishing facilities &  Great Swimming opportunities.

Driving Directions:

Road Access: From the bridge on Highway 6, in Silverton, travel south along the highway for 4.5 km. Turn right off the highway at the “Bannock Point Trail” sign. It is about 3/4 km from the highway to the parking. Access the parking via the lane on the west side of the gravel pit. If you are driving a vehicle with a long wheel base, or towing a trailer, park at the gravel pit and walk down the road to the trail head. Otherwise, you can drive past the gravel pit to the trail head. Park only in designated parking areas to avoid erosion, compaction, and damage to vegetation. Boat Access: From Silverton’s public boat ramp, travel south along the east shore of Slocan Lake for about 4 km. Look for a sheltered bay and the “Bannock Point Recreation Site” sign on the beach.

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