FESTIVAL CAMPING

 

Lake Swimming

When the temperatures in August soar into the thirties a swim is always a welcome reprieve. The campground is flanked by swimmable, waterfront. But better yet, bring some pool toys and float upon the lake’s glassy surface! (Please swim at your own risk - we will not have any lifeguards on duty.)

Nature Photography

The campgrounds are the ultimate source of inspiration for novice or newbie photographers. Whether it be the beautiful souls roaming the campsite or the natural elements surrounding it there is plenty to shoot.

 

Group Hiking

The Canada Fruit Festival will hold its annual Sugarloaf Mountain hike on Saturday, but outside of that, groups have been known to explore the surplus of trails connecting the Komasket Lake Campground on their own. Most of which offer unreal forest, mountain, & lake views.

 

Star Gazing

Lay back and let nature reveal it’s nightly star show. The campgrounds have very little light pollution, so once the tunes stop at 10 pm, take advantage of the peaceful backdrop to ponder the meaning of your life or just reflect upon natures beauty beside the ones you love.

 
 
 
 

Lakeside Vibes and Astonishing Views

The Komasket Lake Campground is the ultimate festival camping location and involves so much more than just pitching a tent for the weekend. It’s a friendly place, with a separate family camping section, where you’ll meet new mind liked friends or reconnect with old. You can choose to relax around the verdant, lakeside campsite or do what most of us do when we go camping in Western Canada - get back into nature.

Campsites are first come, first serve, and non-powered. Camper-vans, trailers and RV’s are also welcome.

 
 
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