Trepanier Park covers Lacoma Creek from Cameron Lake down to Silver Creek beside Hwy 97C. It does not include Paynter Lake or Jackpine Lake. The area is roughly 24 km west of Kelowna.
Cameron Lake is two-wheel drive-accessible, right off Bear Forest Service Road.
To reach the Lacoma Lake trailhead: If coming from Peachland, take Trepanier Bench Rd off of Hwy 97 (3 km north of the traffic lights in Peachland). This road heads north from Hwy 97 for 7.5 km and passes under Hwy 97C onto Trepanier Rd. If coming from Westbank/Kelowna, take Trepanier Road exit off Hwy 97C. The exit is located approximately 6 km from the intersection of Hwy 97C (Okanagan Connector) and Hwy 97. Whether coming from either direction, the pavement ends shortly on the Trepanier Road. Once on the gravel portion of the road, continue travelling another 8.5 km to an unmarked trailhead which is located at the turnaround. Ensure you keep right on the main gravel road as the alternative routes are not passable. The road is rough and overgrown and has no regular maintenance. It requires a vehicle with good clearance (four-wheel drive highly recommended).
The nearest communities are Peachland and Westbank.