Camping spots on a few local lakes

As the name implies, the Lakes District and area is known for its amazing lakes and boating opportunities. And whether you are looking for the calm and quiet and relaxing experience of canoeing, kayaking, or sailing, or the adrenalin rush of water skiing, jet boating or power boating, you will find a lake in the Lakes District perfect for your brand of summer fun.

Camping on local lakes

Camping on local lakes

As the name implies, the Lakes District and area is known for its amazing lakes and boating opportunities. And whether you are looking for the calm and quiet and relaxing experience of canoeing, kayaking, or sailing, or the adrenalin rush of water skiing, jet boating or power boating, you will find a lake in the Lakes District perfect for your brand of summer fun.

The Burns Lake area offers more than 300 fishing lakes between the Fraser and Skeena River watersheds.

Be sure to bring your camera, because the Burns Lake area offers wildlife viewing at its best. Much of this pristine wilderness area has remained untouched by civilization and is home to eagles and ospreys, deer, moose, coyotes, wolves, and bears.

Burns Lake is the largest community and service centre for the entire Lakes District, here boaters can find everything they need, including recreational facilities such as a marina, boat moorage and boat launches, parks, beaches, tennis courts, curling club, museum and hiking trails.Here are a few camping & boating facilities.

Augier Lake: boat launch, fishing, boating, canoe/kayak, and swimming. Attractive beach and view.

Binta Lake South/North: boat launch, fishing, boating, and canoe/kayak. Sheltered bay.

Colleymount: boat launch, fishing, and canoe/kayak. Stocked lake.

Division Lake: boat launch, fishing, and  canoe/kayak.

Eagle Creek: hiking. Two km hike to opal/agate beds, view of Burns Lake and area.

Francois Lake: boat launch (cartop), fishing, and canoe/kayak.

Government Point (on Francois Lake): boat launch, fishing, boating, and swimming.

Guyishton Lake: boat launch (cartop), fishing and canoe/kayak. 4wd required when wet.

Indian Bay: boat launch (cartop), fishing, boating, beach and swimming. Located on Francois Lake.

Knapp Lake: boat launch, fishing and canoe/kayak. Windy access, narrow road, and slippery when wet.

Lund Lake: boat launch (cartop), fishing, boating, and canoe/kayak. Quiet campsite.

Maxan Lake: boat launch, boating, fishing, canoe/kayak, sheltered beach and camp sites.

McLure Pit: Boat launch, fishing, and canoe/kayak. Small pebble beach.

Mollice Lake: boat launch, fishing, and canoe/kayak. Adjacent to local farms.

Moose Lake: boat launch, fishing and canoe/kayak. Narrow road, very slippery when wet.

Ootsa Lake: boat launch, fishing, and boating. Very scenic, subject to strong winds.

Pinkut Lake: boat launch, fishing, boating, canoe/kayak, and swimming.

Richmond Lake: boat launch (cartop), fishing, and canoe/kayak. Only suitable for 4wd.

Takysie Lake: boat launch, fishing, and canoe/kayak.

Taltapin Lake: boat launch, fishing, and canoe/kayak.

Trout Lake: boat launch (cartop), fishing and canoe/kayak.

Uncha Lake: boat launch, fishing, canoe/kayak, and swimming.