Alice Lake Provincial Park | Established Campground

Canada

Details

Verified:
about 1 month ago
Altitude:
208.3 masl
Phone:
None
Contributor:
chrisjj34

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - At Sites
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
Warm
Water:
Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
Yes

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Description

Very nice spot in forest in provincial park.
Showers and toilets.
35$ dry camping
43$ with power
5$ just for dump

The campsite and the sani dump are closed for the WINTER season.

Reservations open up in the spring on a 2-month rolling window basis. You are very unlikely to get a camp site here without a reservation. Check the website for more info.

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Good campsite, nice lake, playground for kids. The provincial park is close to town. Hot showers and flushable toilets. Electric and non electric site

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Large campground. Lovely hot showers. Rained the whole time we were there but the walks around are undercover so we barely noticed

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Great area not far from Squamish. It rained the whole time we were here but the walks nearby are under tree cover so didn’t notice it too much. Lovely hot showers!

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Beautiful campsites with electricity. Deep in the forest. Next to rad bike trails and Alice Lake. Good for big rigs.

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Beautiful RV park, lovely trails and secluded spots, saw a bear too which was a nice experience

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coldest showers ive ever seen. Nice campground other than that. friendly staff

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Nice campground
About 35$ rustic site (additional fee online..)
GREAT free showers
Nice beach
Fire permited
About 7km to squamich

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Schöner BC-Campingplatz mitten im Wald. kurzer Fußweg zum Alice Lake.
Dumping kostet 5CND. Platz ohne Strom 35, mit 43CND. Die Duschen scheinen sehr neu zu sein.
Trotz der Angabe online, ist ein Check-In vor 13 Uhr auch für nicht reservierte Plätze nicht möglich!
Der Four Lakes Trail ab dem Platz ist sehr schön und gut zu bewältigen.

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The 2nd time here within a week. Coming back from Vancouver (rainy) Island. Now on a place without any comfort between B sites 56-96, Standard - non-electrical. CAD 35.-/night. We went in "first comes ...". Online there is additionally a reservation fee of 6.-.

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Mein aller erster RV-Platz in Kanada mit meinem komplett neuen CanaDream Ford TCV-Camper. Große Stellflächen für RVs im Wald mit Stromanschluss. Geheizter Waschraum mit 2 WC und 2 Duschen zw. Platz 1-55.
Mehrere Pit WCs verteilt. Kein WLAN.

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The campsite and the sani dump are closed for the season.

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Day use area report (Sunday): The entire parking lot is now open, including the back section. However it seems much busier than usual and finding parking past about 10am or so is challenging despite the size of the lots. Park staff were implementing a 1-in-1-out policy, which helped a lot since there isn't a need to drive in circles forever. It was also funny watching a BMW and Mercedes driver try to cut the queue and get turned around! Expect a 30 minute wait once you reach the group camping driveway.

This increased traffic also naturally resulted in the beaches and trails being crowded. I'd attribute this to it being 32C that day.

Parking starts to become abundant again around dinner time, and the hordes start to dwindle too. It gets tranquil again around sunset.

Be advised that the website says the day lot gate is closed at 11pm, but it actually closes at 10pm.

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Day use area report: The entire parking lot is now open, including the back section. However it seems much busier than usual and finding parking past about 10am or so is challenging despite the size of the lots. Park staff were implementing a 1-in-1-out policy, which helped a lot since there isn't a need to drive in circles forever. It was also funny watching a BMW and Mercedes driver try to cut the queue and get turned around! Expect a 30 minute wait once you reach the group camping driveway.

Parking starts to become abundant again around dinner time, and the hordes start to dwindle too. It gets tranquil again around sunset.

Be advised that the website says the day lot gate is closed at 11pm, but it actually closes at 10pm.

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** Note: The day use parking area has been reduced in size as a COVID-19 control. If your intent is day use then get here early (before 11am) or after dinner time, or expect to wait to get in. Towing is in effect on the road.

** Note 2: BC Park campsites are pretty much booked out this year and Alice Lake is NOT currently offering "First Come First Served" sites, however cancellations do happen so be sure to check the res website daily.

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Verry Nice Provincial parc with Good walks and Nice sites showers clean and hot!

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Visited Alice Lake for some quiet time and to mountain bike. Very nice park.
If you have pups, go knowing that they are not allowed around the lake area.

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Beautiful mature forest. 35$ a night for tents. Very clean showers. We met a bunch of locals and shared many laughs. The only downside is the children biking and yelling at 7am.

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Very nice spot in forest in provencial park.
Showers and toilets.
35$ dry camping
43$ with power
5$ just for dump

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