boundary rock creek camping

 

If you prefer or want to try old fashioned camping, this is the park to explore and enjoy! This hidden gem is on a beautiful secluded lake in the Okanagan Highland east of Osoyoos. It is noted for its fishing (rainbow trout), swimming, sunbathing, and hiking to various scenic viewpoints, including along the lake and to a gorgeous waterfall.

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There are 2 access routes, both narrow & winding on forest service road but, if you are game, you won’t be disappointed!! Best suited for trucks and campers. Access off Hwy 3 is the better route (26 kms). 2nd route is off Hwy 33 (16 kms). All campsites are available on a first come first serve basis only and, therefore, advisable to arrive earlier in the day for best chances to secure a campsite; especially for long weekends.

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PARK OPEN & CLOSING DATES:


Year-round, weather permitting


FULL SERVICES & FEES IN EFFECT:


May 8 – Sept 7th, 2015 approx.
(subject to change without notice)


Individual campsite rates:

$18.00 per Party per night. A ‘Party’ is 1 -4 adults age 16 & over. Includes 1 RV or vehicle.
$9.00 per Additional Vehicle per night (does not include additional RVs)
$9.00 per BC Senior couple per night (after Labour Day to June 14 only)
$4.50 per BC Senior Additional Vehicle per night (before June 15th and after Labour Day)

Group campsite rates:

$70.00 per night base rate
$4.00 per adult per night (age 16 and over; minimum charge for 15 adults)
$1.00 per child per night (age 6 – 15; under age 6 are free)

PARK OPERATING HOURS:

Check-In: 1pm – 11pm
Check-Out: 11am
Quiet Time: 10pm – 7am
Park Gate Locked: 11pm – 7am nightly


 

Park amenities available

  34 Vehicle Accessible Campsites, including a few double sites. Most offer shade & privacy. Each have own picnic table & fire-ring. Sites are medium in length & suitable for both RVs and Tents. No Pull-throughs. All vehicles, equipment, and tents must be contained on provided gravel campsite pad.
  Two Groupsites, one near park entrance and the 2nd above the lake with beach access. Each is suitable for about 6 – 7 parties, has picnic tables, and large central fire pit.
  There is one hand pump located in the campground.
  Campfires permitted within provided fire-ring. Firewood available for purchase from Park Operator.
  Day Use Area is a natural sandy beach; picnic tables available and a hand pump for water.
  Pit toilets located throughout the park.
  Pets permitted but must be on a leash at ALL times. Pet Beach available.
Reservations  Reservations accepted for Groupsites (1 year in advance). Campsites are First Come First Serve only.
  Large sandy beach & clear water lake great for swimming. Note NO lifeguards on duty.
  Boatlaunch available. Best suited for small-trailered and car-top boats. Motors exceeding 10 hp are not permitted on the lake.
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GET DIRECTIONS

Link to a map of the area to plan your route. Utilize Google satellite imagery to see a layout of the campground and/or surrounding area.

 

MAKE A RESERVATION

Click to book online with BC Parks or call Discover Camping at 1-800-689-9025

 

NO RESERVATION?

First Come First Serve, Overflow Camping, as well as registering on a Waitlist, may be available. Get more info.

 

Camp on Okanagan or Kalamalka Lake; or in the Monashee backcountry. View BC Parks camping suggestions for the North Okanagan (near the towns of Vernon, Enderby and Armstrong).

 

These Central Okanagan and South Okanagan BC Parks are near Kelowna, Penticton, Okanagan Falls or Oliver.

 

These BC Parks are just west of the Okanagan Valley via the Crowsnest Trail or Okanagan Connector and convenient when travelling the Hope-Princeton Highway 3. You'll be east of the Hwy 5 Coquihalla Summit Recreation Area.