May, 2020: Alice Lake Park day-use area is now open with limited parking
April 8, 2020: This park is currently closed
Due to the COVID-19 response, BC Parks has fully closed this park including all related services and facilities.
BC Parks has closed this park; this includes all associated access, e.g.; trails, parking lots, beaches, docks and marine buoys.
This decision has been made to ensure the continued health and safety of BC Parks visitors, employees, park contractors, volunteers and partners, and to support efforts to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
For more information on protective measures for COVID-19, please visit the website for the BC Centre for Disease Control.
April 9, 2020: No parking on Alice Lake Road
Due to the complete closure of Alice Lake Park, all vehicles parked on the Alice Lake Road will be subject to towing at the owner’s expense.
CAUTION If you see or encounter a cougar on the trail call the RAPP line at 1-877-952-7277 For more Cougar information please go to the BC Conservation website: http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/cos/info/wildlife_human_interaction/docs/cougars.html
Please note that this park is 100% reservable from March 24 – October 30.
Ice and firewood are available for purchase from the Gatehouse.
Paddle Sport Rentals are now open weekends!For detailed hours, dates of operation and rental rates please visit our Paddlesports Page.
The rental kiosk is located at centre beach. A valid picture government issued identification is required for all rentals. Payments for rentals are made at the concession hut at the main beach. Cash and Credit are accepted.
The concession at Centre Beach sells beach toys, hot and cold drinks and snacks. All Paddle Sport payments are processed through the concession.
About Alice Lake
Alice Lake Provincial Park is located approximately 13 km outside of Squamish. Alice Lake contains four lakes (Alice, Stump, Fawn, Edith) surrounded by towering mountains, dense forests, and grassy meadows.
The park features a wide variety of recreational opportunities for the avid adventurer or family outing. Swimming in Alice Lake, hiking along one of the many trails (offering excellent views of the Tantalus Range) and mountain biking on some of the best trails in the region are some of the more popular activities.
The park contains camping facilities for tents and RV’s sites equipped with electrical hookups, group campsites, day use picnic sites, swimming, pit toilets/restrooms, shower facilities, water, fishing, and hiking and mountain biking on an extensively developed trail system.
For more information about Alice Lake Provincial Park please visit the BC Parks website.
Alice Lake Rates and Fees
|Drive-In (Electrical Site) – per party, per night||$43.00|
|Drive-In (Non-Electrical Site) – per party, per night||$35.00|
|Drive-In (Senior – Shoulder Season Only) – per couple, per night||$25.50|
|Drive-In (Senior – Shoulder Season Only Non-Electrical Site) – per party, per night||$17.50|
|Walk-In – per party, per night||$23.00|
|Walk-In (Senior – Shoulder Season Only) – per couple, per night||$11.50|
GROUP FACILITY FEE
|Group Base Rate – per site, per night||$120.00|
|Group (Adult 16+ yo) – per person, per site, per night||$5.00|
|Group (Child 6 yo – 15 yo) – per person, per site, per night||$1.00|
|Youth Group – per group, per site, per night||$50.00|
|Youth Group – per additional person, per site, per night||$1.00|
|Second Vehicle (All Drive-In Sites) – per night||$12.00|
|Second Vehicle (All Drive-In Sites – Senior – Shoulder Season Only) – per night||$8.75|
|Second Vehicle (Walk-In) – per night||$10.75|
|Second Vehicle (Walk-In Senior – Shoulder Season Only) – per night||$5.35|
|Firewood||1 for $9 or 3 for $22|
|Propane Buy In||$69.99|
|Propane Campfire Rental||$15/night|
TOTAL NUMBER OF SITES
|Vehicle Accessible Site||96|
|Walk In Sites||12|
TOTAL NUMBER OF RESERVABLE SITES
|Vehicle Accessible Site (55 Electrical Hook-Ups)||94|
|Walk In Sites||12|
|Full Service||March 15 – October 31|
Pets on Leash
Sani-Station / Dump
Walk in / Wilderness Camping