Palmer Bar Lake free Camping

At Palmer Bar Lake you will enjoy 2 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive Facilities:Boat Launch, Tables, Toilets Site Description:A small, partially treed site on a historic mill pond. Good fishing. Driving Directions:Commencing at the south end of Cranbrook, at the junction of Jimsmith Lake Road and Hwy 3/95, […]

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On May 1, 2011
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At Palmer Bar Lake you will enjoy 2 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive

Facilities:Boat Launch, Tables, Toilets

Site Description:A small, partially treed site on a historic mill pond. Good fishing.

Driving Directions:Commencing at the south end of Cranbrook, at the junction of Jimsmith Lake Road and Hwy 3/95, proceed 10.7 km south to the Lumberton Road. Turn right (west) onto the Lumberton Road. Follow this main road along the power line. At 3.7 km, turn right at the 4×4 post marking the turn off to Palmer Bar Lake. Proceed 2 km, staying straight ahead at each fork.

Palmer Bar Lake free Camping

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