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Alice Lake Provincial Park

One of BC's most talked about camping destinations.

Located approximately 13km north of Squamish, Alice Lake Provincial Park is a local landmark known for its surrounding mountain views, dense forests, grassy areas and four freshwater lakes (Edith, Stump, Fawn and Alice) that are widely used for swimming, picnicking, fishing, canoeing and stand-up paddleboarding (SUP).

The park boasts a ton of land and water recreation including hiking and mountain biking trails that are some of the best in the area.

Alice Lake Provincial Park is also one of the most talked about campgrounds in BC with 108 reservable campsites on site, 55 of which have electrical hook-ups. Facilities also include two shower and washroom buildings, an amphitheatre, playground and the Beachside Café which operates from from May to October, weather permitting. Camping season is officially open from March through until the end of October with reservations available from May through September. Reservations are strongly recommended especially during the peak season months of July, August and September. For reservations and information visit www.discovercamping.ca.
 

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