Amazing free campground with clean toilet. We had a quiet night! Still open as of 16-09
Seton Lake Camping run by BC Hydro Camping
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beautiful shaded sites. located 50 mi west of hwy 99.
not much hwy 99 noise.
Free and quiet. Pit toilets. Not clear if the water provided is potable. No sign says it is. The spots are good for tents or small vans. Hard to maneuver around if you are towing. But, there is a large field with no shade that could accommodate larger rigs. Otherwise the spots are pretty shady and spacious. Fire pits but there is a fire ban at the moment. For free, it doesn’t get better.Report Check-In
I wanted to stay between here and Whistler but the billions of mosquitoes in the other campgrounds convinced me to keep driving. No mosquitoes, lots of space, clean and free, amazing! Many sites available today.Report Check-In
Very nice place! Free, calm and quiet during night. Clean pit toilets. You can buy fire wood at warder for $5. Very recommendedReport Check-In
Amazing free campground, private sites and still if you want to get in touch with someone, that’s easily possible too!
Couldn’t believe at first that it’s free but it is
Would recommend 10/10
Seton Dam Campground - BC Hydro - Free!!!
Excellent stop off 99! Super clean pit toilets, trash, picnic tables and fire pits. Lots of spots - area for vans and tents and area for bigger rigs! Rights off the river too! We had an excellent night!
What a nice place surrounded by mountains. A few nice trail aroundReport Check-In
Amazing free campground with clean toilet. We had a quiet night! Still open as of 16-09Report Check-In
Closed because of covid. Lake is open for day use from 1-7pm Tuesday to Sunday. Closed Monday.Report Check-In
stayed 1 night and as said - free. They say they close gates 10pm to 7am. Clean toilets and potable water. Stayed Friday arrived at 7pm. Plenty of flat spots with seperate tables and camp fires. Easily parked our 24foot RV. Worth the 5 minute drive from town for free.Report Check-In
Very beautiful place next to LILLOOET city and Peton Lake. Lot of space, lot of people too but nice, calm and quiet.
Next to a river. No services. Free !
Beautiful place...:)...its free and has lots of places to stay...don’t come late as the spots filling up fast...i see outhouses and some water outlets...enjoy your stayReport Check-In
Great place, even better than some paid ones! We stayed 5 nights :) Pretty much everything has been said.
Around 4pm it got really busy with people trying to find a place.
It says you can't "reserve" a stop, but if you want to leave, make sure you leave a tent, so people know it's taken. There's a swimming beach walking distance across the road. They sometimes rent canoes or kayak there as well.
Definitely recommend this place!
Perfect place for our 26' Class C.
Fire pit, water, toilett and dog allowed.
Amazing view on mountains all around.
A regular stop for us on the way home. its all been said but hike the campsite trails too on the upper bench for great views.Report Check-In
Free campground next to a river run by BC Hydro. There are smaller sites for tents and small vehicles as well as bigger sites for RVs. We arrived at 6 pm on a saturday so all the beautiful sites were already taken but we still found a place for our RV as there is kind of a big parking lot in the middle of the campground. There are pit toilets and you can also buy firewood.Report Check-In
really awesome free camp spot. plenty of spots, clean water, clean out houses. $5 firewood for purchase
the town of lillooet is only a 10 minute drive away, good for stocking up on supplies.
This was a great camping spot for free. We came with a medium size camper van and had no issue! Portable washrooms were clean and the views were stunning. Good clean drinking water as well. Highly recommend this spot because it’s free!Report Check-In
Open for the season. Not busy end of May. One of the nicest campgrounds we’ve stayed, especially considering that it’s free!Report Check-In
Really nice and cozy place. Firepits, a lake, potable water and quiet.Report Check-In
Nice open and free campsite. The gate is closed while off season, but if you have a tent you can enter. If you travel with a car, there is a parking lot in the entrance area! Nice lake nearby and a river in behind. Recommendable!Report Check-In
We stayed here one night, the gate was closed when we arrived so we slept on the outside of the camping area. The gate was reopened the next morning.Report Check-In
Quiet, clean, pretty sites that are maintained - amazing since it’s a free campground. A nice place to relax.Report Check-In
really nice place to stay. Beautiful campground for free, clean with fire pits, Pit toilets, picnic tables and potable water. A guy sold us firewood for 5$.Report Check-In
everything has been said, great place & only a few miles from town for supplies. Thanks BC Hydro.Report Check-In
Beautiful nice loctated free campground, but crowded.Report Check-In
Great place with lots opportunities under trees or on a flat wide open parking lot, tables, fire rings and portable, Thx BC HydroReport Check-In
one of the best spot we have ever been!!! and it is free!!!! We were there even on a BC long weekend in summer, so that means it was full, but there is a huge "parking lot" where you allways would find a place. We stayed 2 days, the fist one at the parking lot, and the day before we found a wonderful spot with a table and a firering.Report Check-In
Nice spot. Pretty busy but still worth it. Small little river down there which is nice to cool down.
No cell reception with Rogers but 1 bar 4G with Telus.
pretty nice campground, quiet and free of charge. lots of sites. we really enjoyed our stay.Report Check-In
Awesome little spot. Large parking area for the big rigs and even though the sign says tight camp sites, my 10' truck camper had no problems getting in the typical camp sites. Our site was level, as was others, and I didn't need to level my camper. Water, picnic benches, and fire pits at all the camp sites. Pit toilets are clean and maintained. The other campers were quiet and respectful. I personally can't understand why you'd want to, but the maximum stay here is 14 days.Report Check-In
Wow! This place has toilets, pic nic tables, fire pits and some spots with shade. Amazing and free 😊Report Check-In
Seizon Closure 1 oct - 1 may. Quite a few camp areas in the region seem to have the same closure period.Report Check-In
Free campground run by BC Hydro. Beautiful settingnext to river and close to water reservoir in a deep valley at 200masl, mild climate. Max. stay two weeks per year. Free.Report Check-In
Great place, especially for being free. The place was pretty busy for a Tuesday evening. We parked in the large field where there was lots of space and fit our 25 ft 5th wheel. Large rigs can definitely fit here if other spots don't work out. The sun doesn't come over the surrounding mountains until close to noon.Report Check-In
Free of charge, well maintained, water and pit toilets. Busy on week ends. Very beautiful access to the Seton lake across the street! :)Report Check-In