Wells Gray Park 2018 - Regular park services start beginning of May! North Thompson and Pyramid now accessible. Clearwater Lake/ Clearwater Marine -May 15 opening. Mahood -May 15 opening. Murtle Lake estimated opening- May 21 Please check back for updates as there is a heavy snow load.


Now for Rent
Clearwater Lake Cabin
Rustic one-room Trapper cabins! Very basic accommodation for couples who want to take a break from tenting, or who have all their own gear. Also perfect if you need an extra bedroom for your crowded RV.

Cabins are located in adjacent sites 34 and 38 in Clearwater Lake Campground and include the campsite for parking a car, truck, or an RV at no extra charge.
Clearwater Lake Cabin Interior

  • 8 by 12 foot interior space
  • Double bed without bedding
  • Sleeps 2 on the bed (mattress provided) with room for one more on the floor if needed (but bring your own sleeping pad)
  • 2 tables and chairs inside
  • Picnic table and fire pit outside

That’s it…rustic!
*No cooking stove, bedding, or kitchen utensils included.

Price per night is $53.00 (No cooking stove, bedding, or kitchen utensils included.)

Reservations have changed for the Cabins, and now are being handled through Discovercamping.ca after March 15th of each year. You will find them in the Clearwater Lake Campground section of the Wells Gray Park area. We will post a direct link once it is live.

  • Clearwater Lake Cabins

    The cabins have been removed. Sorry! :)
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  • Clearwater Lake

    New! There is now a small store at Clearwater Lake Campground with pay per use showers, and two cabins for rent. Ice, basic groceries, and some camping type stuff is available.
  • Good To Know

    There are several picnic stops along the Clearwater River, including Red Springs and Deer Creek.

  • About Clearwater

    About an hour and 20 minute drive north of Kamloops, Clearwater has one or two of everything; a small supermarket(Safety Mart), a hospital, a library, a couple of hardware stores, several auto mechanics, fine dining, and lots of excellent hotels, B and B's, and motels.

    The town is also a hive of outdoor adventure. You can try just about every outdoor activity imaginable, including:

    • Whitewater rafting & kayaking
    • Dog sledding
    • Horseback riding
    • Guided fly fishing
    • Guided canoe adventures
    • Cross country skiing
    • Hiking
  • Blue River

    Blue River is a good place for a pit stop, but don't look for much in the way of facilities. There are several motels and restaurants, a couple gas stations, two general stores, and a medical station. That’s about it. There's no bank, so if you need cash get it in Clearwater or Valemount. The same goes for most groceries and camping supplies.