Cascade Peninsula Recreation Site

 

This medium-sized, well-treed site is located on the east shore of Harrison Lake in a sheltered bay protected from the mid-afternoon winds. This site is popular with boaters and anglers. It also has a small beach for the enjoyment of sunbathers. There are several hiking trails in the vicinity of this site.

Facilities

- Walk-in / Wilderness Camping - - - - Campfires - Pit Toilets - - - - - - - Beach Managed Site / Facility Operator

Activities

Fishing Hiking - - Boating Canoeing / Kayaking - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Rating

Campsite privacy
Fun for kids
Lots of shade
Peacefulness/Quietness
Activities

Number of campsites: 19, reservable: 0, nearest town: Harrison Hot Springs (18 km), Agassiz (33 km)

Additional Information

Location

Access By: Road (2-Wheel-Drive)

From Harrison Hot Springs turn right onto Rockwell Drive and travel North along Harrison Lake until you reach the East Harrison Forest Service Road (unpaved), then travel 11 km and turn left and follow signs to gate at site. Hike-in may be required.

Contact Information

M.G.C. CAMPSITE MANAGEMENT INC.

Camping Information

Fees

Camping fee: $10.00

Operation Dates

This site is open from May 1 to the September long weekend. It is also open for the October and April Long weekends each year. Site is closed and gate is locked at all other times.

User Reviews

Campsite privacy
Fun for kids
Lots of shade
Peacefulness/Quietness
Activities

WORST PLACE I HAVE EVER CAMPED

Submitted by Guest on May 24, 2010

Spent May 20-22 2010 here. Thought we would check out some places closer to Vancouver this year. The extra couple of hours of driving is more than worth it if this place is what you get closer to town. $13.00 a night for supposedly clean and toilet paper supplied outhouses. I have a camper so did not use these outhouses, my sister in a tent did. Not even the first day were they clean or was there ever any toilet paper in them. The "Hosts" as they are called want to collect for every night you had planned on staying before you even enter a campsite. We paid per night and it was up to us to bring the money to the "Hosts" before noon if we were going to stay another night. Walking down to, or on the beach was out because every entrance to the beach was blocked by vehicles and then people camping on it. Quiet time is supposed to be between 11:00pm and 7:00am, but NOT on long weekends. 11:00pm Saturday night sure a little early but people behind us partyed until 6:00am Sunday morning. There was one campsite that had 10 vehicles starting in it and going up the road. Both my sister and ourselves upon leaving had to wait for people to move their vehicles so we could get out.

 

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