About the Campground
Also known as Fountain Lake, Kwotlenemo Lake hosts four separate recreation site areas with fees surrounding the lake that are popular to fishermen and campers. The 4 sites can accomodate all sizes of rigs with the larger sites being on the north and south ends of the lake while the east and west sites are more suitable for truck campers and tenters. The area is also popular for nature viewing and hiking. A good boat launch is located on the northern end of the lake.
Qwelh7inmecw has established campground with ideally placed picnic tables and firepits for the public to set up camp. Our campsites offer excellent views of the night sky for endless hours of star-gazing
Note: If you have a camper trailer, it is recommended to arrive and leave the campsites from the North end of Fountain Valley as the South end has some very narrow sections that may hinder your travel.
Hours: 8-12pm, 4-8pm
Enjoy an assortment of soft drinks and a variety of snacks that satisfy your palate.
Meet new people and enjoy some leisure time with family and friends on our spacious patio. The concession stand comes equipped with two washrooms, which include running water, flush toilettes as well shower stalls. Bundles of dry fire wood can be bought at the concession stand for your convenience.
Our workers routinely patrol the campsites to collect the required amping fee. Cruising through the area? Stop by and check us out!
Enjoy wildlife viewing, bird watching, casual walks, hiking, fishing, canoeing, and last but not least, a little rest and relaxation.
During the winter, try your hand at ice fishing, do a little cross country skiing and bring your snowshoes for added fun.
*Boats and any other pleasure craft propelled by motor are strictly prohibited
$10.00 – Per vehicle, per day
$5.00 – Elders Discount
$5.00 – Disability Discount
From Lillooet travel northeast towards the community of Cache Creek along Highway 99 for approximately 14 kms. Turn south (right) onto Fountain Valley/Fountain Creek Road. Travel approximately 12 km until reaching the lake. There are campsites located on the north and south ends of the lake and on the east and west side of the lake.
Driving Distances: 140 km from Whistler BC, 160 km from Kamloops BC, 250 km from Vancouver BC (Hwy99)
P.O Box 1330
Lillooet, BC, V0K-1V0
Phone: (250) 256-4800
Fax: (250) 256-4803