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I have only been there in the winter to walk my dogs, however, the campsites look fantastic, I am sure great family fun would be had in the summer. The road is a bit daunting, there are some questionable campers on the road up. I...More
We decided to drive to this beautiful area Chilliwack through the breathtaking valleys following the river to this popular park south east of Vancouver towards the State of Washington in US.
Camping & boating seems to be a relaxing enjoyable pastime in this recreational park...More
What a gorgeous setting. Went up fishing for the day. Got a boat ramp, an on-leash dog beach, a separate sandy beach, campsites, heads... Lake is glacial fed, deep cold and clean. Lake is quite large, so wind patterns can change quickly. Just beautiful area....More
It is hard to find lake during snow covered road . We almost lost our way but luckily to find a boy who knows how to get lake: along the main road! It is so beautiful lake, so quiet and clean. Love it!
We hiked at Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park and went hiking all the way to Green Drop Lake. It was a beautiful beautiful place to do some hiking with few people and tourists. The hike took us about 6 hours and was quite strenuous, but we...More
The campground was filled with vehicles with BC license plates so seemed like a social gathering place where the "locals" meet up with family and friends for the weekend. There were many packed double sites with extra vehicles and one single pull through site that...More
The sites in our section were larger and easily accommodated our 30ft motorhome. We bought along a truck as well and weren't charged for an extra vehicle. Parks has just completed 31 new campsites in the new Flora Loop, which I understand are all first...More
we were lucky to get 1 of 3 available campsites on a Friday morning...without a reservation. the beaches were crowded with other people's blow up toys. the outhouses were terrible with flies.
otherwise good camping.
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This depends on where you are headed after Mt Baker and what you'd consider beautiful...I don't know of a quick way to drive to this park from Cascade. It's probably at least 2 hours one way from Mt Baker ski area... More
This depends on where you are headed after Mt Baker and what you'd consider beautiful...I don't know of a quick way to drive to this park from Cascade. It's probably at least 2 hours one way from Mt Baker ski area.
Chilliwack Lake is at the end of a 40km secondary "highway" (a paved road) that runs through a river valley with forest, small ranch lands/hobby farms & medium sized mountains. There are a few nice stops to have a snack by the river and a few nice mountain views, but you'll have to drive back out the same way you came in. Check on the local forest fire situation before you plan as this summer was very smoky and views were extremely limited. Bears are a possibility.