Alice Lake Provincial Park

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). 

With plenty of picnic tables, a playground and a sandy beach all easily accessed from the parking lot, Alice Lake is a family-favourite destination for day trips and overnight camping stays.

Locals and visitors alike head to Alice Lake to cool off in the summer and gather together by the shore. There is a concession and rental shop for those looking to explore the lake, with canoes, kayaks and SUP boards available. 

Set in a lush temperate rainforest, the park is also home to some of the best hiking and mountain biking trails in the area. Hikers can walk along the Four Lakes trail, connecting each lake and delighting with views. 

How to get here

When heading north on Highway 99, turn right onto Alice Lake Road approximately 13km north of Squamish. Continue on Alice Lake Road and follow the signs to the parking lot turn-off


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Couple enjoying the view after snowy hike

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Father and son biking Squamish's trails


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