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 […]

Bonanza Lake Campground A Real Wilderness Experience

Would you like to have a real wilderness experience? Bonanza Lake Campground is 876 feet above sea level in the Bonanza Range Mountains on Northern Vancouver Island between the Nimpkish and Tsitka Rivers.  A large lake that covers 2226 acres, Bonanza Lake has a maximum depth of 528 feet. The lake is a large body of […]

Schoen Lake Provincial Park Serenity At It’s Finest

Schoen Lake Provincial Park is one of Vancouver Island’s best kept secrets when it comes to remote wilderness camping.  The relatively untouched area is amazing to behold with lots of scenic shots of mountain tops and old growth forests.  Old unmaintained trails still exist at various points around the lake and with a little exploration […]

Lower and Upper Klaklakama Lake Campgrounds

Just on the outside looking into Schoen Lake Provincial Park is a beautiful lake that is relatively long with a narrow portion and as such is split into an upper and lower sections. The lake is Klaklakama and is only 15 minutes from highway 19 that runs between Sayward and Woss.  The lake is part […]

The Tranquility of Vernon Lake Recreation Campgrounds

I remember the tranquility of Vernon Lake Recreation Campgrounds a few times when I was a kid and my father worked for Canadian Forest Products in Vernon Camp on Vancouver Island.  Because he worked in camp, his shift was 10 and 4.  Sometimes he would set up the tent at Vernon Lake Recreation Area and […]

One of the Best Camping Sites – Cougar Creek

Nestled in between two small creeks that flow into Tlupana Inlet is one of the best camping sites on Vancouver Island.  It is a forestry recreation site named Cougar Creek with old growth sentinels watching over the users who grace its 60 campsites. It beckons all recreational vehicles and campers to its remote destination in Nootka […]