British Columbia Campsites - Please Note the Province Does Not Accept Reservations
Following the same mileage boards along the Nahatlatch River Road you will see signs along the way telling you where the sites are.
Travelling along the Nahatlatch River Road, the first site you’ll see is Apocynum (a po see num) and it is at 7.8 km on the mileage signs. You have to turn left when you see the sign. This site has 16 picnic tables and fire pits, the first 2 are just as you turn left on to the side road. The other 14 are 0.5km further down the road. They are all on the river except for 1 and there are also 2 double sites for you and friends.
Traveling on, at 9.5km is Fir Flats with 6 camping spots. These are great sites if you are a little hesitant to be in the woods alone because they are just off the main road.
The last one is Log Creek which is at 14.8km just past the cabins. You go over a bridge and make sure you turn to the left because there is a “Y” in the road. This one has 6 sites and they are up quite a ways from the river. Great spot though, close to Log Creek, 5km from Nahatlatch Provincial Park and Frances Lake.
The rates are $15.00 per night and $7.50 for seniors.
While campfires are no longer prohibited by the Provincial Government your care is appreciated.