Reservations open on Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park campsites

A selection of campsites are now reservable for the 2013 summer camping season at Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park

A selection of campsites are now reservable for the 2013 summer camping season at Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park, Sea to Sky Park Services and BC Parks announced this week.  Of the 146 campsites within the park, 40 are now available for reservation.  Reservations for these campsites can be made through the Discover Camping website at

Reservations for the 2013 camping season can be made on Discover Camping from March 15 to Sept. 21, 2013.

Reservations for individual campsites can be made up to three months prior to the arrival date.

Reservations for the 40 campsites can be made from May 17   to Sept. 1, 2013.

Reservations can be made through the secure online registration system, Discover Camping at or by calling 1.800.689.9025.

Inventory additions include campsites from Radium (28), Lindman (4) and Paleface(8) campgrounds.

For more information about Sea to Sky Park Services or Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park visit or

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