|Type: Maintained Forestry Site
Open: Year round
Potable Water: No
Garbage: Pack it out
Fire Pit: Yes (Check for fire ban)
|Description: Recently upgraded in 2016, Long Point is a quiet site on the south side of Lower Campbell Lake. The campsites are perched above the lake and there is a short trail down to a day use area at the lakeshore.
Things to Do:
Boating - It is easy to pack a canoe to the water's edge for a nice paddle up the narrows or to the little islands. There are nearby boat launches at numerous sites on the north side of the lake.
Fishing - Campbell Lake is renowned for its cut-throat and rainbow trout fishery; often these can be caught from the shoreline.
Sayward Forest Canoe Route - The Sayward Forest Canoe Route encompasses 11 lakes and takes 4 to 6 days to complete, covering a distance of 50 km. Suitable for the whole family, this route has numerous camping spots along the way and most are easily accessible by both water and road. Map of Route & Campsites
Swimming - In Campbell Lake
Waterskiing - Waterskiing is allowed on Campbell Lake
Windsurfing - There are opportunities for windsurfing on Campbell Lake
Operated by: Unknown
Number of Sites: 6
Website: Sites and Trails BC
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