Mahood Lake Park can be reached by several different routes, the most common one being from 100 Mile House via Forest Grove and the South Canim Lake Road. It’s an 88 km drive, mostly on pavement.
You can also access the park off Highway 24 near Interlakes Corner, just follow the signs, the distance is roughly the same. A third route can be taken from Clearwater on Road 2, but as part of this route passes through private property, access may be restricted.
Mahood Lake offers a family friendly camping experience, with picnic tables and fire rings at every campsite, as well as outhouses, clean running water and other facilities.
Both regular site and group site fees have been increased for 2016. The regular fee for one night is now $23.00 per night tax inclusive, up from $18 dollars last year. Group rates are dependent on your group size.
It has a large mowed field, a beach with swimming area, and a large playground.
Mahood Lake has one of Wells Gray’s more diverse fish populations, with rainbow and lake trout, burbot and kokanee. Remember to check your fishing regulations for all the rules.