During peak periods, security is on a 24-hour basis. During peak periods, security can be contacted at the gate office between 7am and 10pm and at the main gate from 10pm to 7am.
Quiet hours are 10pm to 7am. Music, generators, etc. must be shut off completely between these hours. Disturbances will not be tolerated and those who cause a disturbance may be fined or evicted.
It is an offense to possess or consume alcohol in a public place.
Hibachis and campstoves
Hibachis and campstoves can burn the picnic tables. Please do not use them on the tables.
When left unattended or at night, valuables should be stored out of sight and locked up at all times. Please report all thefts to the park facility operator as soon as possible.
Forts and chalk
The building of forts in the wooded areas and using chalk on the roadways are not permitted.
The speed limit within the park is 20km per hour.
Parking is prohibited on the side of the road. Please park on the gravelled portion of your campsite or in designated parking spaces. Vehicles parked in the day-use area after 10pm may be towed.
Motorcycles are permitted on park roads only. Motorcycles must be properly licensed and must be operated by a licensed driver only. Helmets must be worn.
Depending on late spring or early summer rainfall, there may be limited beach area due to high water levels of the lake.
As of 2010, BC Parks implemented a generator policy for our parks. This policy restricts the recreational use of generators in parks, conservancies, protected areas, and recreation areas.
Our policy restricts generator use to the hours of 9am to 11am, and from 6pm to 8pm. Reducing the hours of generator use has helped to reduce air pollution, greenhouse gas emissions, fuel consumption, and noise levels in protected areas.
Generators can also be very noisy and disruptive to a visitor’s experience. Even the very quiet models of generators can be disruptive to other visitors, as even slight noises can carry in a park, especially during quiet time.