Ta Ch’ila Provincial Park - Boya Lake | Established Campground

Canada

Details

Verified:
5 days ago
Altitude:
652.0 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None

Amenities

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

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Description

Very nice campground on a beautiful lake with clear blue water, with picnic tables and fire rings, 20 $ per site. Very good for canoe or kayak trips, also canoe or kayak rentals (20$ for 2 hours).

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Beautiful lake but can become very windy. 10 sites are reservable out of 44, the rest are FCFS. The best chance for a lakeside site is between 9:00 and 10:00. All sites were full be 6:00, so if arriving later during the season have a Plan B. Two hiking trails, kayak and canoe rentals, new looking outhouses, large covered area in the day use section, picnic tables on a cement bases, manager will come by your spot between 6:00 and 9:00 to collect cash, check or credit card. Once sites are vacated, sites are raked and tables wiped down. No cell service. Many sites are big rig friendly.

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Very beautiful campsite, especially with bicycle or motorbike because you get the priority tent spots right on the lake. Kayak hire is help yourself $20 for 2 hours.

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Three words: Moe, skee, toes. They were brutal here, literal clouds. They were finding their way into the car in droves despite us plugging every hole we could find. Lake is beautiful and super clear (watch the fish by the dock, it's like an aquarium!) and very cold. We really would have liked to spend more time here, but the bugs drove us out :(

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Beautiful campground and Boya Lake is stunning with tropical blue waters and snow capped Mts in the background. Fresh water is available from an artesian well. It has a spigot/hose bib so you can fill an RV tank but they ask that you please take no more than 7-8 gallons. $20 Canadian/night. they have kayak and canoes to rent, and firewood for sale.

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Wondeful place, very beautiful lake. We stopped for lunch and a walk to the beaver lodge.

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Nice place, 20$ a night. Clean camping and beautiful blue lake. 10$ a bundle of good firewood!!

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beautiful. perfect for swimming and boating. tried fishing but no luck. the trail on the eastern side of the lake is pretty cool, get to the end to the beaver watching platform!

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Beautiful lake - almost looks Caribbean in coloring. $20 per night. The boat launch was closed. Spacious sites.

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Amazing campground, there were multiple spots on the water when we arrived around 530pm. We rented the canoes and ended up going out for 4 hours because it was so beautiful. The lake is incredible, we saw bald eagles and beavers, and swam (warmer than other lakes we've been to on Northern BC trip). Paid $20 for the campsite with 2 cars on it, very nice host. Canoes were $20 each (for 2 hours technically but we had them from 640-1040pm). Recommend this site! We had spot # 5, close to the dock and on the water.

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Seasonal Campground that opened at the 15th May. Gorgeous as everyone else already said. If there are no kayaks/Canoes next to the lake, just talk to the Park Operator (as you should anyways, because she is pretty cool). You can either pay her directly or put the money in the self-registration envelope in the box next to the water station. There is also some recycling. Spot 3 (can be windy) or spot 29 are the best. Enjoy !

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We are staying at this great location for two nights. Great site , cheap, we saw eagles and bears locally on a couple of great trails . Hired canoes too. All very relaxed. The local ranger is s lovely lady too. Recommended

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large campground along the Boys Lake. Clean ablutions. Water from a well. If you want to go for a swim you should have a good shower and rough water in your RV to get off the mud of the seaground. Better you take one of the canoes😁
firewood C$ 10
no phone reception.

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Beautiful BC Provincial campground at Boya Lake off the Cassiar Highway. The lake is gorgeous—turquoise with crystal clear water. There are a handful of sites overlooking the lake, but they go fast. Very pleasant and relaxing here.

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A very beautiful turquoise blue water huge lake. Luckily bush fires were not this side ( we had plenty of them in Alaska). Skies were clear and it was splendid. Canoe were from park only (self registration of that too but couldn’t work out whom to pay) every one was using them for as long etc no checks. Nice 1.5 km return hike to beautiful beaches. Though we didn’t find swimming easy as you just sink in mud. we tried but in the end just took a shower in RV’s to wash off the mud 🤪. We came around 11am and many lake front spots were empty by afternoon all gone (Monday).Overall recommend especially if skies are clear

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Nice place for bikecycle,for bikecycle its 10$

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Nice place for the night. Great river fishing too!

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Spent the day there. Nice lake with beautiful color (it’s like being on Riviera Maya, but with mosquitoes, haha).

Camping is $20/night.
Canoes and kayaks (all singles) for rent for $20/2hrs.

Has playground, pot toilets and potable water (not clear though).
Has two trails. Walked to the beaver dam and would recommend.

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Très beau Parc avec le lac Boya de couleur turquoise et ses roches blanches.Tranquille, propre ,on y vend du bois pour 10$ et on y loue des kayaks pour 20$/ 2 hrs.

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Beautiful lake.
It's a few km off the highway on a good paved road.
big rig friendly.
open all year but not plowed in the winter.

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Every time a wonderful place to have some days“Off“...we enjoyed our 4.days at this lake even the sky and air was full of smoke from the Telegraph Creek Fire in the south; the only pity...the big rigs with their generators😖

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BEAUTIFUL! Great swimming, canoe rentals, bear viewing :) $20 for 2 hr canoe rental, $20 camping

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$20.00 a night and $10.00 ( Canadian) for firewood. Lovely lake site however we are on a small creek!! They even rent kayaks here

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As described,we stayed there 5 calm nights- our absolutely favorite lake for paddling with our canou, still 20$/night; great spring water but with low pressure- not suitable for RV fillings!

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one night at this guiet qnd nice place with my 24 feet rv's , caution sand with your truck

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very nice camppground on a beautiful lake with clear blue water, with picnic tables and fire rings, 20 $ per site, very good for canoe or kajak trips, also canoe or kajak rentals

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The most beautiful Campground I have ever visited. So peaceful and quiet.

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