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Alice Lake Provincial Park, Squamish

Categories: State Parks, Nature & Parks
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4.3/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web
Alice Lake Provincial Park houses a number of picnic spots, camping spaces, and walking trails ideal for outdoor family excursions. Appease younger members of the family with a dip in the outdoor swimming pool or some time at the playground. Get active with water sport options including kayaking, fishing, and canoeing. Well-marked lake trails take you through lush forested areas and offer the opportunity to spot a number of impressive trees, such as Douglas firs, as well as mountain vistas. The park has wheelchair access, flushing toilets, and drinking water. Plan to visit Alice Lake Provincial Park during your Squamish vacation using our convenient Squamish vacation builder.
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  • Spent time here as kids and it is still as good as remembered. They have done an excellent job balancing the upgrades of things like very modern bathroom facilities while keeping the feeling of out in...  read more »
  • You can do short or long walks around Alice lake or beyond to Stump Lake or Edith Lake. Lovely old forests, not too challenging and the Stump lake walk is good if it is raining as it is under the cano...  read more »
  • Here you get away from the hustle and bustle. You could walk, swim and most prominently were the toilets that for such a more or less remote place very clean.
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  • I visisted Alice Lake with my girlfriend at the time back in 2012. We thought it would be an amazing place to take the kids camping. This week we went and stayed 2 nights there and we will never come back for a camping trip. The staff is very snotty. We were told not to leave food out over night. However when we left for about an hour we came back and had out coolers of food removed from our site. We were told that it may attract bears because the site was unattended. We had neighbors to our right and left who were present at the time, also my daughter and brother in law were at the lake swimming and came back shortly after this happened. The girl we had to speak to was rude, and snotty. I understand and agree that we need to protect our wildlife. However if a bear is hungry I doubt that he will care if people are present or not if he decides to wander into a camp site. The girl who checked us in did not give us all the information, and then when the coolers were removed and we spoke to another girl we were told we had a warning ticket written to us and if there were any other infractions we would be asked to leave.
  • This campground is gorgeous, quiet, well treed and feels totally secluded! Close to Squamish but you would never know it. Beautiful hiking trails and a decent beach.
  • Beautiful Lake and scenery. We did the Four Lakes Trail, and it was very nice liesure hike with streams and forest. Also has mountain bike trails, but we did not have our mountain bikes. Tables are available for picnics or barbecues. Can also rent kayaks, canoes, and stand up paddle boards.
  • Great place to escape the city and get the family or friends outdoors. Very accesible so can get busy, but great camping facilities, fast fishing action for the kids. Small fish but good fighters. Walking trail around the entire lake. BMX bike park and jungle gym for the kids.
  • Amazing camping place! Drinking water and many nearby outhouses, full washroom with shower available, good privacy, every campsite has a fire pit and a picnic table, firewood available for sale, beach and swimming are nearby as well as a playground! Great for an outting, especially if you have kids 😄
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