At Abbott Creek you will enjoy 10 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive
Site Operator:SQUAMISH NATION UTS’AM/WITNESS SOCIETY
Site Description:This site was upgraded in 2009 with 9 new tent pads, tables, fire rings and 2 outouses. Beautiful new site beside the Squamish River, close to the Ashlu Creek. Very popular for fishing. Pack out all garbage and refuse-there is no garbage pick-up service, and therefore no camping fees at this time. Wheelchair accessible toilet on site.
Driving Directions:From the town of Squamish, drive North on HWY 99. Turn LEFT at the Alice Lake Park turn off-a sign on the left side of the HWY says “Paradise Valley campgroud” at the junction as well. Stay on this road for several km’s, over the train tracks, and then over a bridge which spans the Cheakamus river. The road will fork, stay left, the other road leads into Paradise valley. Stay on the left fork for several km’s. The pavement will end at an open gate (the start of the Squamish Nation Tree Farm License), continue on the dirt road for less than 1km, and turn left, over the first bridge you see spanning the Squamish River. The site is located immediately after the bridge on the right side.