Cedar Point Provincial Park
Phone: Rob, 250-790-2328 for reservations and campground information. Camping fee: $20.00 Sani dump $5.00. Showers currently out of service (2023)
Cedar Point Provincial Park – is located at 6013 Cedar Creek Road in Likely. The park is situated on Quesnel Lake, approximately five kilometres from the town of Likely in a bay close to the mouth of Quesnel Lake, the deepest fjord lake in North America. Enjoy the experience of camping in an old growth Cedar Grove.
Cedar Point Provincial Park is a Class “C” park and operated by a board from Likely. This park is occupied year-round by a member of the board.
The park offers a unique outdoor “mining museum” featuring mock shafts, adits (horizontal entries to a mine) and antique mining machinery.
Cedar City Museum and Tourist Information Centre operated by the Likely & District Chamber of Commerce is located in the park and offers maps and information on day trips and attractions of the area. A helpful staff is ready and willing to offer advice during the peak season June to September.
Quesnel Lake offers spectacular scenery and excellent swimming, boating, and fishing. It includes the only paved boat launch in the area and docks and a boat launch area.
Recommended information at Recreation Sites and Trails BC