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The Logan Lake Municipal Campground regualr camping season has concluded.  We are now in shoulder season.  For information, please contact the Campground Staff at 250-523-6283 or the campground manager through the contact list below.

The Campground Manager can be reached at the contacts below for any inquiries regarding campground reservtions.


Reservations for Logan Lake Municipal Campground will open on March 1, 2022 at 8:00 am.

During Shoulder Camping Season (October 12, 2021 through May 13, 2022):

During Shoulder Season at the Logan Lake Municipal Campground all sites are first come first served.  The power is on and available at all the sites.  The water taps and the washrooms are closed for the season and will not reopen until regular camping season resumes in 2022.  Cost t5o stay at the campground during shoulder season is $15 per night, registration can be made via the envelopes located beside the campground office ddoor.  Payment drop slots are located in the side of the washroom buildings.


During Logan Lake Municipal Campgrounds Regular Camping Season (May 13, 2022 to October 10, 2022):

The power will be on, water is available from 5 taps on site, and TV is available.  The nightly rate is $30 for an electrical hook-up site and $26 for a non-electrical or tent site, Logan Lake Campground recommends that all campers be in a self-contained unit, but Logan Lake Campground is able to accommodate visitors in a tent.  Payment can be made in the Campground Office, only 1 (one) person at a time please to help maintain social distancing; however, you are encouraged to pay through the Campground's Online Reservation system.   At the Logan Lake Campground there are 5 (five) water taps located through the park for campers to fill their water tanks.  You are required to bring your own hose to connect to the water tap.  Please further note, the sani-station is open and is located on Hwy 97D just outside the gates at the Public Works Yard.

Campground Information

Campground staff are on site as follows:

Regular Camping Season (May Long Weekend to Thanksgiving Weekend):

Daily:   9:00 am – 7:00 pm

Winter Hours of Operation are from October until May.

Monday to Friday:  9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Host site is labelled HOST, has a flagpole on it and is across from sites 13 & 14.  Check out is 11:00 am

Road Conditions:

Wondering about road conditions before you leave?

Please click here and check with DriveBC for up-to-date conditions.


Campfires are  permitted in the District of Logan Lake, which includes our Municipal Campground,  size is restricted to 18" x 18" x 18". 

Please click here to see Burning Regulations within the District of Logan Lake; and

Please click here to see Burning Regulation in the Kamloops Fire area.





Mike Carlsen, Campground Manager/Community Development Officer District of Logan Lake
PO Box 190
#1 Opal Drive, Logan Lake, BC V0K 1W0
C: 250-371-4559
P: 250-523-6283
F: 250-523-6678
Logan Lake Municipal Campground Campground / Visitor Services Office
PO Box 190
#480 Campground Avenue
Logan Lake, BC V0K 1W0
TF: 1-833-523-6283
P: 250-523-6283
F: 250-523-6678

Campground Events

Please revisit this page for activities/events that may happening for the summer of 2021:



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