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Dunn Lake North (Little Fort)

SnowmobilingTrail Bike Riding - MotorizedHorseback RidingCanoeingFishingBoat LaunchVehicle Accessible Camping
  • Rec Site #:REC1933
  • Type:Maintained to Standard
  • Fees:None
  • Campsites:6
  • Access:Road
  • Activities:Canoeing
    Horseback Riding
    Trail Bike Riding - Motorized
    Vehicle Accessible Camping
  • Facilities:Boat Launch
  • Site Operator:Unknown

Description And Directions

  • Site Description: ALL DOGS MUST BE ON A LEASH AT ALL TIMES (for all Kamloops Recreation Sites).
    No reserving or holding of campsites, all sites are first come, first serve.
    Dunn Lake is a combination of semi-open grassy sites along with a couple of sites tucked in along the Dunn Lake shoreline.
    This site is particularly popular for shoreline activities such as playing on the beach and enjoying the spectacular views.

  • Driving Directions:
    May 29, 2019 Update: Drive BC is reporting that Windpass Rd connecting the Little Fort Ferry to Dunn Lake Rd is closed for maintenance. Access to Dunn Lake is only possible through Barriere along Dunn Lake Rd.
    The Dunn Lake Recreation Site, south of Clearwater and just east of Little Fort, is accessible via several routes. The fastest route is via the Little Fort Ferry over the North Thompson River. Another route is via the Dunn Lake Road that travels north and south of Dunn Lake (approximately 32 kms from the start of the Dunn Lake Road just out of Barriere). The recreation site entrance is at the junction of Windpass Road and Dunn Lake Road.

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