Hope Princeton Allison Lake

 

Off the beaten track, you’ll find tree-bordered Allison Lake, a great spot for swimmers and those who love to fish. The lake allows for safe, enjoyable paddling, canoeing, and kayaking. The park is known for its spectacular stands of aspen that burst into golden colours in the fall. This is a great overnight spot when travelling between Merritt and Princeton. Closest town is Princeton, 28km south of the park.

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All campsites at this park are available on a first come first serve basis and reservations are not accepted. On long weekends and during peak summer weeks, it is suggested to arrive in the morning if possible to secure a campsite. If no Park Operator available upon arrival, a Self-Registration vault is available for registering stay.

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PARK OPEN & CLOSING DATES:

May 18 – September 9, 2018

FULL SERVICES & FEES IN EFFECT:

May 18 - September 9, 2018 
(subject to change without notice)


Rates:

$18.00 per Party per night. A ‘Party’ is 1 -4 adults age 16 & over. Includes 1 RV or vehicle.
$9.00 per Additional Vehicle per night (does not include additional RVs)
$9.00 per BC Senior couple per night (after Labour Day to June 14 only)
$4.50 per BC Senior Additional Vehicle per night

PARK OPERATING HOURS:

Check-In: 1pm – 11pm
Check-Out: 11am
Quiet Time: 10pm – 7am


 

Park amenities available

  22 Vehicle Accessible Campsites including 1 double-site. Shade is plentiful and sites have a gravel surface. Each have own picnic table & fire-ring.
  Cold Water Taps are available in the park.
  Campfires permitted within provided firering. Firewood available for purchase from Park Operator.
  Day Use Picnic Area is located on the southern shore of Allison Lake across Hwy 5A from campground. Beach is white sand and varies in size with the fluctuating lake levels.
  Pit toilets are located throughout the Park.
  Pets permitted but must be on a leash at ALL times and not permitted in day-use areas.
  Swimming opportunities are available but there is NO Lifeguard on Duty.



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GET DIRECTIONS

Link to a map of the area to plan your route. Utilize Google satellite imagery to see a layout of the campground and/or surrounding area.

 

MAKE A RESERVATION

Click to book online with BC Parks or call Discover Camping at 1-800-689-9025

 

NO RESERVATION?

First Come First Serve, Overflow Camping, as well as registering on a Waitlist, may be available. Get more info..

 

Camp on Okanagan or Kalamalka Lake; or in the Monashee backcountry. View BC Parks camping suggestions for the North Okanagan (near the towns of Vernon, Enderby and Armstrong).

 

These Central Okanagan and South Okanagan BC Parks are near Kelowna, Penticton, Okanagan Falls or Oliver.

 

These BC Parks are just west of the Okanagan Valley via the Crowsnest Trail or Okanagan Connector and convenient when travelling the Hope-Princeton Highway 3. You'll be east of the Hwy 5 Coquihalla Summit Recreation Area.