Stella Lake North Free Camping

At Stella Lake North you will enjoy 1 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive Facilities:Tables, Toilets Site Description:A single site suitable for a truck and camper. There is a spot to launch a small boat or canoe 100 metres down the road. Driving Directions:Head north on Highway 19. Just […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On April 13, 2011
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At Stella Lake North you will enjoy 1 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive

Facilities:Tables, Toilets

Site Description:A single site suitable for a truck and camper. There is a spot to launch a small boat or canoe 100 metres down the road.

Driving Directions:Head north on Highway 19. Just after Roberts Lake, about 33 km from the highway, turn right onto Elk Bay Road (gravel). 11.3 km from the highway, you’ll come to the junction of the Stella Lake road. Turn left and follow it for another 6.3 km. The site will be on your left right beside the road.

Stella Lake North Free Camping

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  1. Capt. KEN

    The Elk Bay Road has a 12% hill at the end. If you are pulling anything -have 4X4 and a lucky rabbits foot hanging from the rear view mirror. Active logging – so be prepared to back up for a distance if meeting a loaded logging truck. Today’s date 5th Aug 2011.

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