The best camping near Fraser River Breaks Provincial Park

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Muskrat Flat

10 sites · RVs11 acres · Williams Lake, BC
11 flat acres adjacent to hwy 97. Convenience store/gas bar/laundromat/showers a five minute walk. Abundant wildlife including bears so responsible behavior is necessary. Numerous lakes and Fraser river nearby. Large pond (3+ acres depending on water table) with noisy water fowl. Cell service available and dogs on leash are welcome. Campfires will be subject to conditions.
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Spokin Lake

8 sites · RVs, Tents47 acres · Williams Lake, BC
Property is 47 acres Logged in 2019 10 percent trees left along perimeter. Lots of wildlife, wildlife tracks. Have seen cougar tracks, moose, deer, coyotes and foxes. Lake across street. There is a private access to lake 50meters down road on right. Private land but owner allows access to lake. Camp anywhere on the property There are some rolling hills and low points.
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Kodama Institute and hobby farm

2 sites · RVs, Tents27 acres · Williams Lake, BC
This Fraser River waterfront is 27.5 acres that is layed out in three shelves the lower shelf next to the water that walks along river is crown land about 4-6 hours and only seeing wildlife on this level is 5 camp sites. The next level is the hobby farm hay field and pasture up to the house also chickens house. The farm is close to the 97 Cariboo hwy turn on to Macalister at Soda Creek Road third driveway in on 6831 Soda Creek Macalister Road
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The best camping near Fraser River Breaks Provincial Park guide



Embark on an adventure through Fraser River Breaks Provincial Park, a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Traverse the rugged trails, gaze upon the scenic vistas, and immerse yourself in the serenity of nature. While the park beckons hikers and wildlife watchers, it's also a perfect spot for those looking to paddle along the river's gentle currents. Although campgrounds are not mentioned, the park offers a multitude of activities to fill your day with exploration and discovery.

When to go

The ideal time to visit Fraser River Breaks Provincial Park is during the summer months, from June to August, when the weather is warm and the park is fully accessible. Spring and fall offer cooler temperatures and fewer visitors, perfect for those seeking solitude. Winter can be harsh, with some areas inaccessible due to snow, making it less ideal for a visit.

Know before you go

  • Ensure you're prepared for the park's varying weather conditions by packing layers and waterproof gear.
  • Check the park's official website for any seasonal closures or alerts before your visit.
  • Accessibility may vary across different areas of the park; plan accordingly if you have mobility concerns.
  • While exploring, stay aware of your surroundings to ensure your safety amid the park's wildlife.
  • Facilities such as washrooms and picnic areas are available, but it's wise to bring essential supplies as some amenities may be limited.

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