Camping & Parks

Photo Credit: Brandon Broderick

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    Lakelse Lake Provincial park

    Located about 15 km south of Terrace on Highway 37, this beautiful area is surrounded by the Kitimat Mountain Range.  Sandy beaches, swimming, and water sports are some of the attractions this park has to offer. A swimming area is roped off at both Furlong Bay and the Lakelse Picnic Site. The word “Lakelse” comes from the Tsimshian language meaning “fresh water mussel”, for the mollusk that is found on the bottom of both Lakelse Lake and Lakelse River.  All BC Provincial Parks are open from mid May to late August.

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    Lakelse Lake Picnic Site

    A great location during the summer months to chill out on the beach and swim in the lake. The day-use picnic area has several picnic tables, a covered picnic shelter with wood stove, and fire rings.

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    Furlong Bay Provincial Campground

    This site offers a sandy beach, 156 campsites (16 are powered), a sani-dump, toilet/shower building, and boat launch. There is also a day use picnic area with tables, a covered picnic shelter with wood stove, and fire rings. There is a grassy playground area, wheelchair access to the beach, volleyball net, a toilet/change house and a pay phone. An easy 2 km walk (Twin Spruce Trail) winds through an impress stand of old growth cedar, hemlock and sitka spruce forests, wetlands and beside Salmon Creek, adjacent to the campground.

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    Gruchy's beach

    A beautiful and easy 1 km trail takes you to a sandy beach on Lakelse Lake as it follows Williams Creek through old growth forest. This is a popular place to enjoy the water and wildlife. During late summer, take the very short Sockeye Viewing Trail from the parking area upstream and across the highway bridge where a platform has been built for viewing spawning sockeye salmon watch the brilliant red sockeye complete their life cycle from this safe creek side vantage point.

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    Exstew Falls

    Located west of Terrace, a short hike brings you to a stunning waterfall. Camping is available along the banks of the river.

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    Exchamsiks Provincial Park

    Located 56 km west of Terrace, Exchamsiks features 18 hectares of lush rainforest and provides visitors with two day use areas. On the west side of the river, there is a single paved boat launch available for public use year round and on the east side is a short interpretive trail through the old growth forest.

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    Nisga’a Memorial

    Lava Bed Park

    Nisga’a Memorial Lava Bed Park is located 100 m north of Terrace and is the first provincial park to be jointly managed by a First Nation and BC Parks. There is a 16 site vehicle campground on site.

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    Kleanza Creek

    Provincial Park

    Just 10 km east of Terrace, Kleanza Creek is home to great camping and hiking trails that lead to a canyon, waterfalls, and an abandoned gold mine.

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    Lakelse River

     Recreation Site

    Lakelse River Recreation Site is located in Old Remo. The site is equipped with pit toilets, fire pits and rustic camping area. The Lakelse River is a popular river for salmon and trout fishing.

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    Pine Lake recreation site

    Pine Lake Trails and Recreation Site is located just west of Terrace. There are two small scenic forested sites, with 5 developed camping spaces. An easy 6.1 km loop trail around Pine Lakes offers scenic views of the surrounding mountains, wetlands and lakes.

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    Hart Farm Recreation Site

    Hart Farm Recreation Site offers beaches, canoeing, walking trails, biking trails and campsites.

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    Red Sands Recreation Site

    Red Sand Lake Recreation Site offers beaches, canoeing, walking trails, biking trails and campsites.

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    Ferry Island Campground

    Ferry Island Municipal Campground is conveniently located 3.5 km from downtown Terrace, along the Skeena River.  There are 103 campsites (25 with electric hook-ups), surrounded by a 150-acre park that includes trails, a children’s playground, shower building, and unique tree carvings!

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    Seven Sisters

    Provincial Park

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4511  Keith Ave.

V8G 1K1 Terrace BC

Phone: 250-635-4944

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