Frequently Asked Questions

Fire Bans

Fire bans are declared when there is an extreme fire hazard.


  • ALL open fires, including campfires and charcoal briquettes
  • Use of off-highway vehicles for recreational purposes


  • Portable propane fire pits
  • gas/propane stoves and barbeques designed for cooking or heating

Fire restrictions are imposed when there is a high fire hazard.


  • Wood, briquette and propane/natural gas fires OUTSIDE designated fire pits
  • Deep fat fryers and Tiki torches


  • Wood, briquette and propane/natural gas fires, portable propane firepits CONTAINED WITHIN designated fire pits
  • Liquid or gas fueled lanterns with enclosed flame
  • Liquid or gas fueled stoves and BBQs designed for cooking
  • Patio heaters (propane, catalytic or infrared/radiant) if deemed safe by a Conservation Officer


Consumption of alcohol is restricted to registered campsites

Liquor is prohibited:

  • on roads, trails and beaches
  • in washrooms and cook shelters
  • in day use areas/picnic sites


Firewood is available for purchase in Chambers Creek Campground, Fish Lake Campground, Goldeye Lake, Two O’Clock Creek and Thompson Creek

Cost is $10 per wheelbarrow (12 pieces)

You can bring your own firewood but please:

  • Do not use elm firewood (because of Dutch elm disease)
  • Do not use pine firewood if it has live mountain pine beetle
  • Respect the health and enjoyment of area campers by using natural wood that's not painted or chemically treated
  • Ensure that wood is short enough so your fire can be contained within the fire receptacles provided
  • Be sure you have alternate ways to cook and keep warm in case a fire ban or restriction is announced during your stay


  • Failure to register
  • Dogs not on leash at all times in a public area
  • Failure to extinguish a fire, coals, etc. before leaving, or leaving campfire unattended
  • Removing, defacing or injuring plants, trees, deadfall or brush, fossils or rocks (You cannot remove trees and deadfall (brush) from the forest to burn in your campfire)
  • Harassing or injuring wild animals
  • Slingshots and paintball guns are firearms and are not permitted in Provincial Recreation Areas (PRAs) including campgrounds
  • Firing any weapon or firearm
  • Operation of off-highway vehicles in PRAs or campgrounds

We take great pride in our campgrounds and will do everything to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.

All prices subject to change at any time without notice.

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