Cedar Point Provincial Park


new dock-1, 2016

New boat docks Cedar Point Provincial Park 2016

2016 saw major changes in the Cedar Creek Point Provincial Park boat docking area. The basin was dug much deeper and now allows larger vessels to launch.  Come see all our improvements and give it a try.

Hello fellow campers.

‘Revision to campsite reservations policy’

Due to the high volume of negative phone calls about our recent ‘No Reservation’ policy we have decided to accept reservations but keep a goodly percentage of campsites free for highway traffic drop-ins.

 ‘CPPP’ has new park attendants as of May 2017. Unfortunately Peter M. will be leaving us. We, the parks board, will do our best to make your camping experience an enjoyable one. Any questions regarding the new policy please contact – Tate Patton, chairman, ‘CPPP’. 250-790-2106. Or t.patton@xplornet.com


Reservation Contacts – 250-790-2106 or email t.patton@xplornet.com (Contact info will be changing soon.  Check back for changes).

Camp site per night – $20.00  (free wood) donations for firewood appreciated as we have to pay for it

Sorry – Our campsite fees do not allow room for Senior discounts

Showers – will be operational by May 13-14 ($1.00-four minutes)

Sani-Dump – $5.00

Top 15 Eco-Adventures in Canada

We recently received a letter from: Jessica Estrada <jessica.estrada@meetpacific.com>

My name is Jessica Estrada and I work as part of the content team for Expedia.ca. We recently wrote an article on some of the top eco-adventures in Canada.

I am reaching out to let you know that Ecotours BC was featured as one of the adventures and thought you would be interested in sharing it with your audience on your website and social channels. This article is a part of our Eco-Travel: Environmentally Conscious Tourism series.

Ecotours is run by Gary and Peggy Zorn of Likely, B.C. Contact information for Ecotours is in the Contacts section of our website:  likely-bc.ca

See the full article here: Top 15 Eco-Adventures in Canada