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Lassie Lake

Number of Sites: 7

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Lassie Lake is an attractive, medium-sized lake with a weedy, shallow shoreline with a few tiny coarse sand beaches. As you first enter the campsite you will find a gravelled boat launch straight ahead of you. The first campsite is located to the right of the boat launch, and the remainder lie further along the access road. The campsites are located in a medium-aged forest with huge veteran larches towering above. This site is very popular and full to capacity for most of the summer, and is also popular with hunters in the fall.

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Westbridge, BC
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Amenities

Boat Launch Nearby

Boat Launch Nearby

Dog Friendly

Dog Friendly

Fishing Nearby

Fishing Nearby

Pit Toilets

Pit Toilets

Swimming Available

Swimming Available

Tent Sites Available

Tent Sites Available

Directions

This site can be reached from three directions: from the north via Trapping Creek Forest Service Road (FSR); from the west via Beaverdell-State FSR; and from the east via Main Kettle River -State FSR. East Access from Kettle River: From the junction of Highways 3 and 33 in Rock Creek, turn north onto Highway 33. Follow this road for 13.7 km to the junction with the Main Kettle River Road. Turn right onto this road and proceed for 45 km to the junction with the State FSR on the left. Turn left up this road, and follow it for 7.1 km to the junction with Beaverdell FSR. Stay right at this junction and continue another 3.5 km (total 10.6 km from Kettle) to the junction with Lassie FSR. Stay left at this junction and follow Lassie FSR another 5.0 km to the access road into the campsite. Trapping Creek Access: Approx. 18 km north of Beaverdell or 29 km south of the Big White turnoff along Highway 33 turn east off of the highway onto the Trapping Creek Forest Service Road and follow it for 11.0 km. Turn right onto the Trapping Copperkettle FSR and follow for 3.5 km. Then right onto the Beaverdell Lassie Lake FSR and follow for 8.0 km to Lassie Lake.