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Logan Lake Campground

Logan Lake Campground in Summer

Logan Lake Municipal Campground is only one kilometre away from Logan Lake’s business centre. It is also just half a kilometre from Meadow Creek Golf Course, which offers nine challenging holes in a stunning setting of Aspen trees. It has 35 powered sites (30-amp hook-ups) with pull–throughs to accommodate the larger units and two hot shower facilities.

Logan Lake Municipal campground has a 21-metre dock, boat launch and a nature trail which visitors and locals enjoy. Dogs are welcome on a leash.

Reservations and more information is available for the months of February and March 2015 on Wednesdays at 1-800-331-6495 or by email at tourism@loganlake.ca

Tunkwa Provincial Park

Tunkwa Provincial Park contains two large, man-made trout-fishing lakes, Tunkwa and Leighton, with campgrounds located on both lakes. Tunkwa is listed in the top 10 provincial rainbow trout fisheries. This park protects mid elevation grasslands, forests, lakes, and wetlands including bogs and ponds. This is a year-round recreation area, noted for camping, hunting, horseback riding, wildlife viewing, fishing, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling.  Park Size: 5,100 hectares

Lac Le Jeune Provincial Park

Nestled among an open stand of spruce, fir and regenerating young forest, Lac Le Jeune Park appeals to campers and anglers seeking an easily-accessible getaway spot. The park offers a diverse assortment of recreational activities including swimming, fishing, boating, hiking, biking, and nature appreciation. The campground serves as a base for recreational use at both Stake and Walloper Lakes. The park sees high use during the summer season. During the winter the area is used for cross-country skiing with no vehicle access.
Park Size: 213 hectares

Greenstone Mountain Provincial Park

Greenstone Mountain Provincial Park was created as a result of recommendations made in the Kamloops Land and Resources Management Plan. Hiking and nature study opportunities exist in the park. The mountain top, accessible by road, offers panoramic views of the surrounding mountains, lakes and dry valley environments of the Thompson Valley. In 1998 Greenstone Mountain had a major forest fire which burned only marginally into the northeast section of the park. There are no developed or designated camping areas in this park. Backpackers need to practice no impact camping. This area is entirely user-maintained.
Park Size: 124 hectares

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