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Charlie Lake Provincial Park, Fort St. John

(4.3/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • This park is nice. It's quiet even though it's close to the highway. It's a bit of a walk to get to the lake but it's a relaxing walk and the trails are well marked. The park is close to the golf cour...  more »
  • Large spacious and clean sites. Well treed and sites each side offset for privacy. Washrooms located conveniently are well kept and fresh water available nearby. Park attendants deliver firewood to th...  more »
  • I use go every week it was really nice place to spend time with friends and family with nature of charlie lake!  more »
  • Main hiking trail goes along the shore of the lake. There are also three connection trails that lead from the campground on the west side of the park to the shore trail on the east side. The trail along the shore is fairly smooth so strollers and kids on bikes will have fun. Sometimes it's a little muddy in the dips. The trail on the north side of the campground is a good small hike, but the trail isn't wide and has a lot of uneven ground so don't take a stroller, wagon, etc.
  • Perfect for a stroll in the park to view the vibrant fall colours. Currently no vehicle access as the park is closed for the season. Just park on the road and walk in.
  • Very nice campsite! It's about 1km or more from the lake FYI
  • Lots of nature trails to walk on!