Claud Elliot Lake

Type: Backcountry / Wilderness Camping

Open: Year round

Fees: None

Reservations: No

Toilets: None, Leave no Trace
Showers: No
Potable Water: No
Pets: Yes, on leash
Garbage: Pack it out
Fire Pit: No, Leave no Trace  (Check for fire ban)
Hydro: No
Sanidump: No
Accessible: No
Description: Claud Elliott Lake Park is one of three protected areas nestled along the upper Tsitika watershed. The area is part of a river system ranked among the 10 most important fish streams on Vancouver Island. This remote, undeveloped park has provincially significant conservation and recreational values that typify old-growth valley bottom forest and wetlands. The park contains two lakes – Claud Elliott Lake and Fickle Lake - which are both popular destinations for sport fishing and nature appreciation.

Things to Do: 

Boating - Claud Elliott Lake, 1-km long, provides an ideal location for canoeing and kayaking. A short length of deactivated road and a short trail (walking time approximately 10 minutes) provides canoe, kayak and float tube access to the lake.

Fishing - Claud Elliott Lake, 1-km long, provides an ideal location for canoeing and kayaking. A short length of deactivated road and a short trail (walking time approximately 10 minutes) provides canoe, kayak and float tube access to the lake.

Hunting - Portions of this park are open to hunting for specific species.

Swimming - In Claud Elliott Lake

Rules: BC Parks Policy. Practice Leave no Trace and BC Backcountry Camping Ethics

Operated by: BC Provincial Parks

Number of Sites: 0

Map: None

Website: BC Parks

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