Reservations Open on March 6, 2024 at 9:00 a.m. for the 2024 Season
The Logan Lake Municipal Campground features 50 lakeview campsites. Each RV site has its own picnic table, fire pit, as well as 15 and 30 amp hook-ups ($32/per night). Two unpowered designated tent sites are also available ($28/per night). A one-time $7 resort fee is applied to every stay no matter the length.
Seven potable water taps are distributed throughout the campground which allows campers to fill up before parking. The sanitary station is on the edge of our town across from the Public Works Yard. Amenities included are washrooms/hot showers, boat launch (electric motors only), fish cleaning station, free internet, free select television channels (antenna required) and free fishing rod rentals.
Some nearby attractions all within walking distance include multiple hiking/biking trails, two disc golf courses, bike park, playground, waterpark and golf course (Campers discount included).
Our regular camping season runs from May 12th until Thanksgiving. During this time reservations can be made online or by calling the Municipal Campground at the numbers below (under Contacts).
After Thanksgiving it is our shoulder season where all amenities in the campground are closed except for power. During shoulder season all sites become first come first serve and are $15/per night.
Campground staff are on site as follows:
Regular Camping Season (May Long Weekend to Thanksgiving Weekend):
Daily: 9:00 am – 7:00 pm
Winter Hours of Operation (Shoulder Season) are from October until May.
Monday to Friday: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Host is in the host site beside site 16. Check in is 3pm and Check out is 11:00 am.
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Please click here and check with DriveBC for up-to-date conditions.
Campfires are only allowed in designated fire pits. With the growing wildfire risk, temporary campfire bans are becoming more common. Always, check your District’s webpage before your visit to see if a campfire ban is in effect. Never leave your campfire unattended.
For more information on Fire Centre bans and restrictions please visit the Kamloops Fire Centre bans and restrictions webpage.