Cedar Point Provincial Park

 

Cedar Point Provincial Park is found at the west end of Quesnel Lake, 6 km south of the community of Likely. The Y-shaped Quesnel Lake, 157 km long, is the largest in the Cariboo Region and is the 13th deepest lake in the world. Boating, canoeing, kayaking, and waterskiing can be enjoyed on the lake. The park is popular with anglers, as the lake contains large rainbow, lake, and bull trout, as well as kokanee. Swimming in the lake can be enjoyed from a sandy beach at this park; there is also a concession stand, a playground, and a ball diamond located at the day-use area. Cedar Point Provincial Park is home to a unique “outdoor mining museum”, which features replica mining shafts and a display or relic mining equipment. This park is designated as a “Class C” Provincial Park and is managed by a local community.

Facilities

Vehicle Accessible Camping - Group Camping - - Picnic Areas Campfires - Pit Toilets - Drinking Water RV Sani Station - Playground Boat Launch Wheel Chair Accessibility Beach Managed Site / Facility Operator

Activities

Fishing Hiking Swimming - Boating Canoeing / Kayaking Waterskiing - Bicycling - - - - - - - - - - -

Rating

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

Number of campsites: 40, reservable: 0, nearest town: Likely (6 km)

Additional Information

Location

From Highway 97 at 150 Mile House, turn off onto Horsefly-Likely Road and drive for approximately 85 km northeast to Likely. From Likely, drive south on Cedar Creek Road for 6 km to reach the park.

Contact Information

Phone: 250-790-2207

Camping Information

Fees

Vehicle Accessible Camping Fee: $15.00 per party / night.

Operation Dates

Campground opening and closing dates: May 1 – October 1.  Campground dates with full fees and services: May 1 – October 1.

Facilities

Group Camping

Group Camping

Informal group campsites are available.

Picnic Areas

Picnic Areas

The day-use area located is located on Quesnel Lake and features a swimming beach, a grassy play area, a playground, a ball diamond, and a concession stand.

Campfires

Campfires

Firewood is provided and included in the camping fee.

Boat Launch

Boat Launch

An unpaved, single-wide public boat launch is located next to the park.

Activities

Fishing

Fishing

Fishing for rainbow, lake, and bull trout, as well as kokanee is popular in Quesnel Lake.

Hiking

Hiking

There are some short trails that run along Cedar Creek at this park.

Swimming

Swimming

Swimming in Quesnel Lake is popular from a sandy beach at the day-use area.

Canoeing / Kayaking

Canoeing / Kayaking

Quesnel Lake offers opportunities for short or multi-day paddling trips. The lake is subject to strong winds and big waves, so paddlers should take caution and stay close to the shore. There are whitewater kayaking opportunities on the nearby Cariboo and Quesnel Rivers.

Waterskiing

Waterskiing

Quesnel Lake is popular for waterskiing.

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