Lizzy Bay Recreation Site


4.3 from 3 users


In-SHUCK-ch Forest Service Road, Lytton, British Columbia


Moderate sized rustic site, heavily treed, on the shore of the jade colored Lillooet Lake. All lakeside campsites. Flat hiking trail along the lake takes off near the end of the site road. Very large trees in the area, along with a resident deer family. Remnants of an old Native village site can be seen, such as large depressions in the ground. A site operator will come by in the evening to collect camping fees and will have firewood for sale. There are 15 sites with tables, toilets and booat launch. Fee Applies: Apr 1 - Oct 31. From Pemberton, drive through Mount Currie, follow directions for Duffy lake road (to Lillooet), just before you get to the gate at the beginning of the hill, turn right onto a dirt road (In-shuck-CH Forest Service Road). Watch for industrial traffic, drive slowly with headlights on. The site is at approx. 13km on the lake side.

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Lat: 50.204315 Lng: -122.469894

User Reviews



Beautiful campsite! Stayed here a night, and would definitely go back.


User 80842

All campsites have lakeside access, there are technically 15 sites, but that's somewhat inaccurate as some are just a fire pit. We went after a long weekend, and there were definitely some "new" sites that were forged that weren't part of the map. The map, on the BC Sites and Trails website is completely inaccurate at this point. Easily accessible with most vehicles, but you would want to be careful during times of heavy rains in the campground.



A bit bigger than Twin One (more spots near the lake) but otherwise similar. Pit toilets, picnic benches, bearproof bins (which were all overflowing), no other facilities. Road here was fine in a van. Awful mosquitoes! Self-registration so have exact money - nobody came to collect fees in the evening.


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