Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park, Chilliwack

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Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park is located in Chilliwack. Arrange to visit Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park and other attractions in Chilliwack using our Chilliwack route planner .
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  • This is one of the prettiest lakes you are ever going to see. With snow capped mountains framing this beautiful lake combined with its crystal clear water, great beaches and seasonally great fishing, ...  more »
  • We drove here for a nice walk on a sunny Sunday and took our two dogs. Was a great walk and saw lots of wild life...some herons, ducks etc. Very beautiful.  more »
  • We drove to this park on an early monday morning in August. The beginning of the park is located about 20 minutes from Chilliwack center, from there it is another 20minutes to the lake. The lake has a...  more »
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  • Went here fishing a couple months ago and had an amazing time with some friends. The snow made the scenery so beautiful but very cold!! But as expected. Views are really great. Roads are not too narrow around the area so there’s lots of room for parking along the sides of the roads. Beautiful area for outdoor activities! I would LOVE to come back here!
  • Great place to hang out in the summer but it gets quite busy at the beach. Camp ground is clean and very large. The facility’s aren’t the greatest but it’s camping it’s to be expected. Be careful to stay on the trails and not damage our beautiful provincial park. You can come here in the winter but the gate is closed and you have to walk in, it a nice walk nothing to strenuous. Just remember if you packed it in, pack it out. Keep our country clean and beautiful.
  • It's a great place to go break free from stress, luckily when my friends and I got there, we were the only ones... We had a great time clicking pictures and chilling... The road to here isn'tan easy one but it's absolutely worth it at the end.
  • In my opinion, this is the most beautiful lake within a day's driving distance from Vancouver that requires absolutely no hiking to get to. It's a bit chilly to swim most of the time, but it's great for kayaking provided that you watch the winds. The staff at the campsite are very happy to help you with whatever you may need, and they are friendly and approachable. Washroom facilities are decent, provided that you keep your expectations in line with the fact that they are well kept pit toilets. The camp sites are clean, and there is a veriety of wildlife to watch as you enjoy your day.
  • It's a fairly quick hike (to the first lake) with maybe around 10 minutes worth of a steep climb. The trail is pretty straightforward, but it's easy to get distracted and lose track of the orange markers, so make sure you're paying attention to the trees and not just your footing. I've taken the wrong turn once and added a half hour to my trip, and the last time I went, a group also got separated and had to look for each other. However, it's still one of my favourite hikes so far. If you play your cards right and go on a good day, the first lake is amazing to swim in.

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Where to stay in Chilliwack

A mixture of motels and homey bed and breakfasts make up the bulk of accommodations in Chilliwack. Several of these cluster around the main intersection in town, where Young Road and Yale Road meet--stay here to be close to the town's shops and other limited amenities. If you want to be closer to the airport, stay south of the center, along the Trans-Canada Highway. For natural scenery and a tranquil ambiance, you can't beat the bed and breakfasts on the Fraser River, to the west of town.
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