Mabel Lake Provincial Park, Lumby

#52 of 92 in Parks in Okanagan Valley
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  • While visiting Lumby we decided to visit Mabel Lake. Its about 35 - 40 minutes away which isn't too bad of a drive. The final road to the lake isn't paved and only has gravel on it so watch your speed...  more »
  • Been here twice, great family provincial park! Clean, flush toilets, lake is beautiful, beaches are sandy. Nice shady campsites. Great kids park, this place is heavenly!  more »
  • Was nice area very tight and cramped in the services site areas. Would highly recommend the unserviced for those who are inclined. Amazing staff that assisted with the daunting task of getting huge tr...  more »
  • Beautiful beach. Nice green spaces at campground. Well kept
  • nice campground, but we will never go seems the contractor who runs the place decided that hiring short, x cops to host the place is the right way to go. little men with big egos, do not make good hosts. he was telling lies about anything to get things his way. these parks are public parks that we paid for, that our tax dollars keep running and pay his wages. what a joke!!!
  • I visited the week after kids went back to school, so it was pretty deserted. Nice. Friendly folks at the floating General Store. How many campgrounds have flush toilets & sinks and playground for the kids? Pretty lake, too -- but of course no fish from shore; you need a boat with cannonballs on cables and a sonar fish finder to have any hope of harvesting one of the last few trout.
  • This is the most beautiful campsite HOWEVER...Certain staff here are extremely rude and unprofessional. I completely agree with the comments regarding their behaviour because it is ridiculous. The staff member with tattoos does not know how to interact with humans. We were also interrogated for staying up past 10 pm even as we quietly talked around the campfire. The staff member told us that we had to go sit in our trailer. Not to mention there were children sleeping in there. This is just one example of the horrific management that was witnessed this summer. My family and I have been coming here for 15 years and we miss the old staff members. Please consider re-staffing for next season.
  • Beautiful place to go walking on trails or snowshoing.
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