Fry Trestle in Discovery Coast

Free Camping at  Fry Trestle in Discovery Coast you will enjoy 4 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive! You will get from there, nice Canoeing service, attractive Fishing facilities, enjoyable Boating facilities, picnicking & Great Camping opportunities. Site Description:A small site directly across the channel from Orchard Meadow. It […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On April 20, 2011
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Free Camping at  Fry Trestle in Discovery Coast you will enjoy 4 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive! You will get from there, nice Canoeing service, attractive Fishing facilities, enjoyable Boating facilities, picnicking & Great Camping opportunities.

Site Description:A small site directly across the channel from Orchard Meadow. It is rough access to and from the Campbell Lake Forest Service Road. The trail follows an old railgrade to the neighbouring site on Fry Lake. Site is located along the Sayward Forest Canoe Route.

Driving Directions:From Campbell River, head west on Highway 28. Turn right at the top of General Hill and drive across the John Hart dam. Turn left onto Brewster Lake Road (gravel) and follow it for 10.8 km to the 4-way junction. Take the Campbell Lake road for another 12.9 km and you will come to the turnoff to Fry Trestle. Site is 45 minutes (30 km) from town.

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