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Alouette Lake, Maple Ridge

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Alouette Lake, originally Lillooet Lake and not to be confused with the lake of that name farther north, is a lake and reservoir in Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada. It is located at the southeast foot of the mountain group known as the Golden Ears and is about 8 km in length on a northeast-southwest axis. It and the Alouette River, formerly the Lillooet River, were renamed in 1914 to avoid confusion with the larger river and lake farther north, with "Alouette", the French word for "lark", being chosen as being melodious and reminiscent of the original name in tone.Most of the basin of Alouette Lake has never been logged and its north flank is protected as part of Golden Ears Provincial Park (formerly part of Garibaldi Provincial Park until that park's division). A small portion of the lake and its largely inaccessible northwestern shore, near its narrows, are actually part of the District of Mission due to the rectangular shape of that district's boundary. North of the portion of the lake that is in Mission, the rest of its northern end is not in either municipality.
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  • If you are a boater this is a very calm and beautiful lake. Swimming is awesome in the summer time. New docks at the boat launch. Campgrounds and many picnicking spots.  more »
  • No matter how many times you picnic or camp at Alouette Lake, you are always rewarded. The mountains are so majestic and the water, although a little on the cool side, is welcomed just the same.  more »
  • I'm sure it's super busy in the warmer weather, but go anyway because it's gorgeous. In April it's chilly but still beautiful in a rugged way, I hadn't been there in a couple of decades and noticed va...  more »