November 2, 2017: Park and campground are now closed for the season
The park is now closed for the season and reopens May 2018. Those wishing to enjoy the lake may still do so by parking along Chilliwack Lake Road across from the main yellow gate where the pavement ends, and walking the 800 metres of road to the lake. Please refrain from parking in front of the yellow gate. The boat launch is not accessible to vehicles during this time.
Boating Information: The water level can get very high in the lake during spring run-off, and the beach and boat launch are frequently underwater. The lake is extremely cold and life jackets are an absolute necessity in any watercraft. The boat launch is small and designed for boats of less than 20’ in length.
ATVs: Due to the ecological sensitivity of the park, ATV’s, Snowmobiles and other similar motorized vehicles are not permitted
Most sites at Chilliwack Lake are reservable and reservations can be made through the Discover Camping website. This location offers an RV trailer for rent. This RV, with full hookups, is available for rental from May to October. The RV has a small kitchen with refrigeration, all cooking utensils, dishware and an outdoor BBQ. For information on pricing and availability see Cabins/RV Rentals.
Chilliwack Lake is now renting propane campfires. These campfires can be used during fire bans and easily hook-up to propane barbeque tanks. If you need to exchange your BBQ tank or buy a new one, you can do it at the gatehouse in the park.
Firewood and ice are available in the park.
About Chilliwack Lake
Chilliwack Lake is located 150km east of Vancouver off of Highway 1.
Chilliwack Lake is an ideal spot for canoeing, kayaking, windsurfing, swimming, fishing and hiking. A wide sandy beach has stunning views on all sides as the ramrod-straight fir forest rises to ice fields and scissor-cut peaks. The park is great for families with a playground and volleyball net located in the day-use area.
Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park is a pristine escape from city life that is characterised by a valley-bottom lake surrounded by old growth forests and bountiful sub-alpine and alpine ridges to explore. Forty kilometers of trails provide opportunities for hiking, bird and wildlife viewing, and nature appreciation.
For more information about Chilliwack Lake please visit the BC Parks website.
Chilliwack Lake Rates and Fees
|Drive-In – per night, per party||22.00|
|Drive-In (Senior) – per night, per couple||11.00|
|Second Vehicle – Drive-In – per night||11.00|
|Second Vehicle – Drive-In (Senior) – per night||5.50|
|Firewood||1 for $9 or 3 for $22|
|Propane Campfire Rental||$15/night|
|Combo: Propane Campfire and Propane Exchange||$40.00|
TOTAL NUMBER OF SITES
|Vehicle Accessible Site||146|
|Walk In Sites||n/a|
TOTAL NUMBER OF RESERVABLE SITES
|Vehicle Accessible Site||85|
|Walk In Sites||n/a|
|Full Service||April 27 – October 8|
Pets on Leash
Pit or Flush Toilets
Sani-Station / Dump
Walk in / Wilderness Camping