Free Camping near Campbell River and McCreight Lake BC

Alder Grove Type:Maintained to Standard Fees:None Campsites: 2 – Sitka Spruce Beach FSR: McCreight Lake has a few camping spots and some good fishing. There’s a steep road that you will take down to get the lake. Sitka Spruce Beach Site which is a “walk in location” that has a great beach. Alder Grove FSR Site: The FSR […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On February 23, 2011
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Alder Grove

  • Type:Maintained to Standard
  • Fees:None
  • Campsites: 2 –
    Sitka Spruce Beach FSR: McCreight Lake has a few camping spots and some good fishing. There’s a steep road that you will take down to get the lake. Sitka Spruce Beach Site which is a “walk in location” that has a great beach.
  • Alder Grove FSR Site: The FSR site is on the southern end of McCreight Lake. Turn onto Rock Bay FSR off Hwy #19
    North of Campbell River. Nice campsites and a beach to boot! Bring your fishing
    pole.
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