Lakeside Campground, Sasquatch Provincial Park, British Columbia

Getting to this large provincial park will require you to travel through a lovely lakeside community that is popular in summer. Roads leading in can be busy, narrow, and winding, so plan on extra drive time. Once you reach the west boundary of the park, you will transition to a rough, dirt road, which will lead you for a couple of miles to a couple of different campgrounds located in the park. Lakeside, is exactly what the name implies. You will find heavily wooded sites that are spacious, and a few lakeside sites that have some beautiful views of the small Deer Lake
and access to the lake's shore. There are picnic tables and fire pits at each site. Some sites are great for camping with friends, as they share a pad entrance. This could be seen as a negative if situated directly next to strangers, as privacy is compromised. Electric motor lake activities are allowed on this small, quiet lake, but a sign posting "Swimmer's Itch" cautioned us from taking a dip. A playground and day use area and parking is available. A small trail leads partially around the lake and a longer trail is available on the North end of the lake. Geocaching opportunities are also available here.

Best sites: 20, 21, 38, 39, 42
Poor Sites: None-check site map when booking to see if you have a shared or private pad entry based on your preference.
Hookups: None
Potable Water: Yes
Dump Within Facility: Yes