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Stony Lake
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Stony Lake

Stony Lake (Tumbler Ridge)

Beach ActivitiesCanoeingBoatingFishing
Boat LaunchCamping

Site Closed.
The Stony Lake Recreation Site will be CLOSED until May 15th, 2019. Recreation Sites and Trails BC staff are currently working to fix the access road. PLEASE DO NOT USE the Recreation Site to ensure the operations are able to be rolled out without disruption. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.

  • Rec Site #:REC1084
  • Type:Maintained
  • Fees:None
  • Campsites:12
  • Access:Road
  • Facilities:Boat Launch
  • Site Description:The camp site is situated on the East side of Stony Lake. There are 14 camping pads and an undeveloped boat launch for smaller boats. Those searching for a part of the Monkman Memorial Trail network can launch a canoe here and paddle across the lake to the far shore. Proceed around the corner and search for the sign with the logo of the Monkman Pass Memorial Trail. The well-marked trail soon becomes the 1930?s Monkman Pass Highway, and can be followed westward for approximately 2 kilometres. Corduroy creek crossings, historic ruts and evidence of trail grade levelling may still be visible today.

  • Driving Directions: CAUTION: Approximately one km after turning onto the Stony Lake Access Road there is a 20 meter slide area on the south side of the road which has been flagged. Please use caution when entering site. From Tumbler Ridge drive south on Hwy 52 E for 54 km. Watch for highway signs indicating the turn-off on to the Stony Lake Access Road. The turn-off will be on your right hand side. It is a short 1.6 km drive to reach the recreation site from the highway.

  • Fire Bans and Restrictions:Link

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