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Birkenhead Lake Provincial Park

Number of Sites: 90

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Phone: 604-986-9371

Birkenhead Provincial Park protects important habitat for a variety of wildlife, including spotted owls, mountain goats, black bears and grizzly bears. Old growth forests, subalpine and alpine environments, large and small lakes all contribute to the park. One of the Sea to Sky's best-kept secrets! Enjoy the peace and tranquility associated with wilderness camping from the comforts of a drive-in campground. Spacious day-use area includes sandy beaches, several picnic sites, designated swimming area and a concrete boat launch. The area includes over 11 km of hiking and mountain biking trails. Canoe rentals are available. Firewood is available for sale. Park Size: 9,755 hectares WINTER - Birkenhead Lake Provincial Park – full services and fees May 15 – Sep 30. (Throughout the year until snowfall. The main park road is not plowed during winter) High density campground remains accessible in the fall after the main campground closes but does not offer full services such as water, regular garbage collection, security, firewood sales or regular garbage collection.

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D’Arcy, BC
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Amenities

Biking Available

Biking Available

Boat Launch Nearby

Boat Launch Nearby

Dog Friendly

Dog Friendly

Fishing Nearby

Fishing Nearby

Hiking Available

Hiking Available

Mountain Biking Available

Mountain Biking Available

Pit Toilets

Pit Toilets

RV Sites Available

RV Sites Available

Sani Dump Available

Sani Dump Available

Swimming Available

Swimming Available

Tent Sites Available

Tent Sites Available

Water Available On Site

Water Available On Site

Winter Camping Available

Winter Camping Available

Directions

Located 22 km West of D’Arcy. 90 km North of Whistler, 145 km North of Squamish. Take Highway 99 from Pemberton northeast to Mt. Currie, turn off Highway 99 to D’Arcy. Just before D’Arcy (about 50km from Mt. Currie) there are highway signs indicating a turn off on to a gravel road that leads to Birkenhead Lake. From there it is a 17 km drive along a gravel road. The nearest communities, towns and cities are D’arcy, Pemberton and Mt Currie. Situated only three hours from Vancouver.