Tuesday, March 26, 2024

Additional sites and Expanded services ahead for Lakesle Lake Park campground

The Province of BC has invested near 1.8 million for new
spaces and services at Furlong Bay south of Terrace

More residents of the Northwest and beyond will have an opportunity to explore the natural beauty of Lakelse Lake Park, that as the province announces some additions for the popular campground south of Terrace.

The background to the upcoming additions to the site were outlined today by the province, the work part of an investment of approximately $1.8 million

Among some of the features that will be found when the camping season opens.

Eight new campsites and new electrical hookups at 41 campsites. In addition, aging water lines and outdoor taps that provide campers with potable water are also being replaced. 

The eight new campsites at Furlong Bay Campground will also have accessible furniture, such as picnic tables, so more people can enjoy the park. 

As part of today's statement, George Heyman, Minister of Environment and climate Change Strategy noted of the importance of Lakelse Lake to the residents of the region.

“From my years living in Terrace, I know Lakelse Lake Park as a special place for people to connect with nature and enjoy healthy outdoor activities. The upgrades at Furlong Bay Campground, along with several other improvements, are making the BC Parks experience even better for so many people and will support tourism in the area.”

 You can get ready to hit the road later this week. 

Reservations at Furlong Bay Campground open Thursday, March 28, 2024, and can be booked online here for stays between May 15 to Sept. 2. 

First come, first-served sites are also available.

More notes on Government of BC themes can be explored through our archive page.

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