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The Logan Lake Municipal Campground is currently in shoulder season.  The power will still be on and TV available.  The nightly rate is reduced to $15/night to reflect the washroom and water tap closures.  Payment can be made by using our shelf check-in envelopes and drop boxes located outside the Campground Office.  We recommend coming with water tanks full.  Please further note, the sani-station is currently closed and will open in early May 2020.

The Campground will be officially open for the season in early May 2020, weather dependent.



CLICK HERE to book your stay!

During Regular Camping Season (May 15 - September 30):

The Logan Lake campground features 50 Lakeview campsites with picnic tables, fire pits and 30 amp hook-ups. There are full washrooms available which include free hot showers, free wireless internet, and free access to Logan Lake TV with an antenna.  There is a boat launch at the campground (electric motors only on Logan Lake) central water taps and a payphone.  There is a sani station available within the town of Logan Lake.

Campground Information

Campground staff are on site as follows, during the Regular Camping Season (May 15 - September 30):

Tuesday to Thursday:   10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Friday to Monday:   10:00 am - 8:00 pm

      Except during the shoulder season.

Host is in site 15.  Check out is 11:00 am


Wondering about road conditions before you leave?

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


Campfires are permitted in the Municipal Campground.

When Campfires are  permitted in the District of Logan Lake, which includes our Municipal Campground,  size is restricted to 18" x 18" x 18".  For more information on fire restrictions please visit

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
P: 250-371-4559
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 2020:



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