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Making a reservation

Reservations for BC Parks can be made online at or by phone 1-800-689-9025

For details about BC Parks reservation policies visit

Reservations for Katherine Lake can only be done online at

For details about Katherine Lake policies visit


Campfires and bans


Campfires are only permitted in designated campfire rings. Before visiting always check the campfire ban information. Dependant on the level of ban, be prepared to cook on a portable stove that is ULC or CSA rated. Campfires are considered as Category 1.


During some bans, the following can be allowed: the use of CSA-rated or ULC-rated cooking stoves/BBQs that use gas, propane, or charcoal briquettes. These are restricted to flame height less than 15 cm tall. However, in extreme fire conditions, these may also be prohibited.


Smoking is restricted during a campfire ban in all areas of the parks except within a front country campsite or inside your vehicle.

Wildfire reporting

Report a wildfire as soon as possible by calling 1-800-663-5555 or *5555 from a cell phone.

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Lost and found

If you have lost something in the park we do our best to get it back to you. Please leave a message at 604-885-3714 with details of what you lost and where you might have lost this. 



Never feed or approach bears or other wildlife.


To avoid potential problems with bears and other wildlife, lock your food in your vehicle or food cache whenever you are asleep or not at your campsite. Be sure to use the garbage containers provided and maintain a clean campsite.

To report bear sightings, poachers or polluters, please contact the 24-hour conservation hotline at 1-877-952-RAPP

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