Tacheeda Lakes Point Free Camping

At Tacheeda Lakes you will enjoy 17 Campsites and be able to get there with a Motorhome Facilities:Boat Launch, Tables, Toilets Site Description:This large scenic recreation site is easily accessible by 2 wheel drive vehicles. The in-site loop road provides easy access for larger vehicles. The site provides defined camping pads, tables, fire rings and […]

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On April 11, 2011
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At Tacheeda Lakes you will enjoy 17 Campsites and be able to get there with a Motorhome

Facilities:Boat Launch, Tables, Toilets

Site Description:This large scenic recreation site is easily accessible by 2 wheel drive vehicles. The in-site loop road provides easy access for larger vehicles. The site provides defined camping pads, tables, fire rings and 3 pit toilets. These facilities will be upgraded in the near future. Two boat launches exist for the avid anglers. In 2011 a major works project was completed to upgrade the gravel boat launch to concrete pads.

Driving Directions:Travel ~88.5kms north of Prince George on Hwy 97 (~14kms past Bear Lake Community). Turn right on to the Chuchinka-Redrock FSR (2038km – cross train tracks), continue until FSR merges with the 800 Rd at 830km and keep to the left. The site is at 841km. (Note: Tacheeda Lake Middle site is located just before this site & the NE site is located 5kms further down the road).

Tacheeda Lakes Point Free Camping

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