Alice Lake Provincial Park, Sea to Sky Highway

The freshwater Alice Lake at Alice Lake Provincial Park is a popular day use and camping area not far from Squamish, British Columbia. Offering swimming, boating and fishing, the lake is a popular locale throughout the year for all ages and interests. CREDIT: Venture Vancouver, SOURCE: www.venturevancouver.com

Alice Lake Provincial Park is a popular overnight and day use site especially the lake which offers swimming and boating.

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Type:

Park

Season:

All Seasons

Weather:

All Weather

Time:

4 hours

Cost:

Pay Parking

What to bring:

Camera, Hiking Boots, Sun Glasses, Sunblock

Offering visitors hiking, mountain biking, swimming, canoeing, educational programs and camping, Alice Lake Provincial Park is a popular destination found ten minutes north of Squamish. The lake is surrounded by snowcapped mountains, grassy meadows and forests, home to a variety of birds and animals, a platform for the many education programs offered to Park visitors.

Alice Lake Provincial Park, located 13kms north of Squamish offers a range of activities on its 396 hectares of space. Open year round, the park offers both seasonal camping, swimming, canoeing, fishing, interpretative programs and other activities enjoyed in both winter and summer such as hiking and mountain biking.

The Provincial Park has a day use site as well as the overnight camping area with 108 campsites - visitors are able to enjoy the amenities of Alice Lake amidst the mountains, lakes, meadows and forests. With its scenic trails - both hiking and biking - offer views of nearby Tantalus Mountain range and Squamish River.

Named for Alice Rose, the wife of Charles Rose who settled in the region, Alice Lake Provincial Park was established in 1956 but had been a vacation destination since the 1880s when the surrounding area was settled.

With its beautiful scenery, various hiking trails, swimming area, camping and family friendly atmosphere, it is unsurprising the popularity of this park which has become a getaway introducing visitors to natural British Columbia with educational programs and hands on experiences.

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Alice Lake Provincial Park close to Squamish, British Columbia offers many hiking and mountain biking trails for campers and day use visitors with one of its most popular, the Four Lakes Trail - as well as nearby Alice Lake which is a good place to cool off.
Education in Provincial Parks has created an opportunity to teach visitors about the surrounding nature and geography such as that found in Alice Lake Provincial Park. These programs often take place in Park Amphitheatres.
Totalling 396 hectares of space, Alice Lake Provincial Park, located 13kms north of Squamish, British Columbia offers a variety of activities for visitors such as canoeing, hiking, mountain biking, education programs, swimming, fishing and camping.


Location of Alice Lake Provincial Park, BC

Use the interactive map below to locate and explore the areas around Alice Lake Provincial Park, BC

13kms north of Squamish turn east on Squamish Valley Road. Follow the road until it enters Alice Lake Provincial Park.


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