Gosling Lake Recreation Site Free Camping For The Whole Family

Gosling Lake Recreation Site is located on the south end of Gosling Lake.  The gps coordinates for the lake are: 50°03’28.1″N 125°30’10.4″W. This free recreation site consists of 5 campsites and a couple of clear areas that could hold a camper. There are fire rings, picnic tables, pit toilet and a gravel boat launch with  […]

Gray Lake Recreation Site Outdoor Camping Extraordinaire

Gray Lake Recreation Site, where solitude and adventure await you.  Nestled between Brewster Lake and Fry Lake lies Gray Lake. A beautiful lake with a main campground on the south end and a more secluded campground on the northeast side. Both campgrounds are beautiful and among the trees.  Situated on the south end of the […]

Mohun Lake Recreation Site Free Camping at its Finest

Located a few kilometers east of Brewster Lake, lies the free Mohun Lake Recreation Site.  A small site that consists of only 2 campsites. Therefore it is very hard to get a campsite during the peak of summer.  Because of this I had to wait until September after Labour Day to find an empty site. […]

Paterson Lake Campground Remote Camping on Vancouver Island

Paterson Lake Campground on Vancouver Island is somewhat more remote than other lakes in the same area.  The reason is due in large part by the lack of clear cuts visible and by geography of the lake. I saw two clear cuts from the water and only one hadn’t starting growing back yet. A bit […]

Merrill Lake Campground Picturesque Vancouver Island Camping

Merrill Lake Campground on Vancouver Island just northwest of Campbell River is a very pretty campsite.  GPS coordinates are: 125°33,30″W, 50°3,40″N. Nestled among older second growth and a few old growth timber, Merrill Lake Campground is very serene. There are only two campsites with one not so good (except for a tent). The preferred campsite […]

Brewster Lake Campgrounds Family Wilderness Camping

Brewster Lake campgrounds consist of 4 separate campgrounds with their own campsites. Situated at the south end of Brewster Lake, they range in size from 3 campsites to 19 campsites. All of them are within 2 kms of each other and have a natural boat launch for smaller boats. Brewster Lake campgrounds are pay sites […]

Kathleen Lake Campground A Vancouver Island Campers Delight

Kathleen Lake will surprise you with its beauty and serenity.  This lake caught me off guard for sure when I first arrived. It looked a little run down from a lack of maintenance that I had noticed when first driving in. As I was the only one there I set up my camper and decided […]

Atluck Lake – Vancouver Island Camping For Free

  Nestled below Pinder Peak is Atluck Lake. Vancouver Island camping for free in all its beauty with sandy beaches and rocky shorelines. This is one of the islands best kept secrets for a free campground. I enjoyed it so much I came back to it twice. Atluck Lake has four access points for camping with […]

Woss Lake Campground Remote Camping At Its Finest

  Woss Lake Campground is a rustic campsite built where the Woss River leaves the lake and makes its way towards the Village of Woss while heading towards the Nimpkish Valley. History has it that the village of Woss in British Columbia Canada was built in 1948 by Canadian Forest Products (Canfor). The logging camp […]