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Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park

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Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park

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Chilliwack Lake Road, Chilliwack, British Columbia V0X 1X0 Canada
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Listen to a Tour Guide as you Drive between Kamloops and Vancouver
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Listen to a Tour Guide as you Drive between Kamloops and Vancouver

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Use your smartphone &amp; vehicle's stereo to make your drive come alive!<br><br>Using GPS, our fun game show host like tour guides will transform this beautiful drive into a sight-seeing, fact-finding, trivia-answering, family-friendly adventure!<br><br>Enhance your drive between destinations, or use as a one way stand alone tour.<br><br>Hear about stop-worthy things to see &amp; do, local animals, popular people, historical events &amp; more. Over 55 points of interest will keep you entertained and take your road trip to the next level!<br><br>Route.<br>Trans-Canada Highway 1 &amp; the Coquihalla Highway 5 between Kamloops &amp; Vancouver. Travel in either direction.<br><br>Freedom.<br>Stop at as many sights &amp; attractions as you like. Start/stop anywhere. <br><br>Hands Free. <br>Fun audio clips play automatically as you drive. Live GPS map. No data used during tour. <br><br>Trivia Fun. <br>Each point of interest has a fun trivia question included in the audio. Keep score or just listen!<br><br>Inexpensive.<br>Only 1 tour booking needed per vehicle.
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PortMoodyGal2009 wrote a review Aug 2019
Langley, Canada68 contributions16 helpful votes
We live about 1.5 hours away and camp at least one time here per year. Here are some things you should know before you go: 1. It’s BEAUTIFUL. the lake itself is stunning 2. If you want peace and quiet, choose Radium or Flora campgrounds. The closer to the lake you are the noisier it is at night. 3. That water is COLD. The earlier in the season, the more “refreshing” it is, but it will give you popsicle toes all summer. Once you are used to it, though, there is nothing better than floating on the lake, enjoying the view and the sun 4. Go early to the beach- if you burn easily, the shady spots go early. Sometimes we go to the doggy beach just to get a nice spot. 5. This is the one we go to for last minute camping- they reserve quite a few spots for FCFS (first come, first serve). You still need to go mid week to get one for the weekend, though. 6. The Rangers are fantastic. If you have small children, ask a Ranger for the BC provincial passport- they will write in it for your child and you can collect this for all the provincial campgrounds you visit. 7. The Lindeman lake hike is one of our favourites and has a spectacular view waiting for you This truly is a beautiful campground. Enjoy!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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CityHiker73 wrote a review Aug 2019
near Milwaukee, WI433 contributions123 helpful votes
The lake was beautiful and surrounded by mountains. It was early in the morning, and we could hear campers as they made plans for their day. An unspoiled paradise!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Winky wrote a review Jun 2019
Chilliwack, Canada15 contributions8 helpful votes
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 would advise good caution going up.and while your in your sites..be safe
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Date of experience: February 2019
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style7 wrote a review May 2019
Laurieton, Australia123 contributions53 helpful votes
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 with snow capped mountains all around the lake, with logging of pine timber in this wilderness area of British Columbia. Driving to this destination took us about 1.5 hrs from the city centre going thru some beautiful rural farming areas & lovely villages such as Yarrow. Recommend this park & lake for those people who enjoy the outdoors away from the rat race. Aussie Tourists.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Timothy J wrote a review May 2019
High River, Canada115 contributions15 helpful votes
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. The heads were very clean, no odour, and well maintained. No charge for boat ramp. If camping, make a reservation. Seniors are 1/2 price and in low season, that's $11.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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