Stump Lake Free Camping

At Stump Lake you will enjoy 4 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive Facilities:Tables, Toilets Site Description:The site is located on a steep grassy hill on the southeast side of Stump Lake and is popular with fishers and campers. Driving Directions:Access is off Highway 5a between Kamloops and Merritt. […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On April 13, 2011
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At Stump Lake you will enjoy 4 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive

Facilities:Tables, Toilets

Site Description:The site is located on a steep grassy hill on the southeast side of Stump Lake and is popular with fishers and campers.

Driving Directions:Access is off Highway 5a between Kamloops and Merritt. Turn off the highway onto Planet Mine Road. Follow this paved public road until it ends at the last private cabin. Here, the access road turns into a dirt/gravel road. The road is narrow and windy in spots. It is not recommended for large camper trailers. Travel for approximately 1km until arriving at the recreation site.

Stump Lake Free Camping

2 Comments

  1. kelly

    Any idea if this fee camping still exists at Stump Lake?

    Reply
    • Clayton Kessler

      According to the government site it is a maintained recreation site. So it is still free. Managed sites are the ones that charge.

      Reply

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