Twin One Creek Camping

At Twin One Creek you will enjoy 15 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive and a Motorhome Fees:$13.00 Camping Fee Applies:May 1, 2011 – Oct 15, 2011 All Days Facilities:Boat Launch, Tables, Toilets Site Operator:CREEKSIDE RESOURCES INC. Site Description:A medium sized campsite-somewhat open on the large jade coloured Lillooet […]

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On April 9, 2011
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At Twin One Creek you will enjoy 15 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive and a Motorhome

Fees:$13.00 Camping

Fee Applies:May 1, 2011 – Oct 15, 2011

All Days

Facilities:Boat Launch, Tables, Toilets

Site Operator:CREEKSIDE RESOURCES INC.

Site Description:A medium sized campsite-somewhat open on the large jade coloured Lillooet lake, with 2 small grassy areas. Two or three sites can accomodate an RV. Small unimproved boatlaunch on site-beware when boating- there is a lot of large woody debris in the lake. Twin One Creek nearby. Berry bushes on site-watch for bears. Tables, fire rings, garbage pick up and outhouses on site. Greg, the site attendant from the Lil’wat First Nation, will come by in the evening to collect fees.

Driving Directions:From Pemberton, continue on HWY 99, to Mount Currie. Follow road to Duffy lake road, as you drive up hill, away from the water, the In-shuck-ch Forest Service Road starts on the right side. Follow this road for 8.5 km. Site is on the right side. Drive slowly and watch for logging trucks.

Twin One Creek Camping

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