Okanagan falls Ohv trails | Wild Camping

Canada

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about 1 month ago
Altitude:
705.6 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
maryse_dion

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
Pit Toilets
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

Various campsites with fire rings, pit toilet. About half of the sites have a picnic table.
Accessible for most rigs, though consider that the road isn't paved and has quite a lot potholes. Easy to find its well indicated and it is a legal place to camp.
Looks like there is about 12-15 sites.
Was very quiet on a Friday night, but there are
15 min from Okanagan falls. All services there.
We had good internet reception (LTE).

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Great spot close to everything and nice and clean make sure you bring water for your stay

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Stayed the night as I was just passing through. I think it is open again even though there were signs saying active logging. But it seemed fine. Very beautiful

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Exactly as described.
We followed google maps and it took us right to the spot.
The gravel road at the end is a logging road Monday to Friday.
The gravel road is also steep in places but not unmanageable.
No garbage cans.
Nice, quiet.

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We tried to reach the site but the road was closed by a sign saying “ road closed , restricted area”. Seems to be in connection with recent fires in the area.

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Currently closed due to wildfire maintenance. No stated time for when it will reopen.

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The route here was quite easy for our RV found the rec site easily too.
Some camp sites are muddy, most campsites have fire pits and some have picnic tables.
We arrived just before sunset, it is nice and quiet. During the day there might be some offroad bikes, I have seen a couple at other campsites.

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the route here was quite easy, found the rec site easily too.
some camp sites are muddy. most campsites have fire pits and some have picnic tables.
we arrived just before sunset, it is nice and quiet. During the day there might be some offroad bikes, I have seen a couple at other campsites.

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very nice spot. some motocross action. can be fun to see for kids. not bothering at all. clean, many different types of spot. we took one of the only pull through. be ready to climb very steep for about 1.5km. very bumpy ride. we took our 38ft fifthwheel there. some people looked surprised we made it. upon preparing for our second night, someone came to us and told us there was a forest fire up top. suggested to pack up and leave. we did. 5 stars.

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This was one of the most beautiful experiences on our trip. We continued on the forest service road past several sites until we found a site on the edge of the mountain. It was stunning, quiet, and shockingly picturesque.

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Road is roawdy to get there but very nice spots really quiet ecept for motor bike during the day!
Beatifull view on the valley!

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Nice views, a bit steep road, okay for trailers.

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Various campsites with fire rings, pit toilet. About half of the sites have a picnic table.
Accessible for most rigs, though consider that the road isn't paved and has quite a lot potholes. Easy to find its well indicated and it is a legal place to camp.
Looks like there is about 12-15 sites.
Was very quiet on a Friday night, but there are
15 min from Okanagan falls. All services there.
We had good internet reception (LTE).

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