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Parking lot to start the hike to the summit of Mt. Work (2km one way). Stayed here for the night. Sign says that the gates are closed from sunset to sunrise, but nobody came to close it. No signs that say no overnight or something like that. Nobody came to bother us. it was quiet during the night.
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Parking is open but it clearly says no overnight parking.Report Check-In
This place is permanently closed.Report Check-In
Arrived here at 8:30pm and we were the only ones there but slowly 4 other cars/campers rolled in by 9:30-10pm. We fell asleep but we’re woken up by a loud bang on our door and a light shining through the windows. It was RCMP at 12:30am and they wrote us up a warning with their details saying “no camping allowed- warning this time” with a file number. All the other campers had left when we woke up at 12:30am so I assume they all got warned as well and left.
Camp at your own risk, they seem to be onto it.Report Check-In
Was here the same night as the other camper posted. We were told by the cops because someone called them and reported the campers. I suspect the reason was that a couple of campers were very loud and making noise past 11 pm. If you respect the place and people living close by and there are only one or two cars you should be fine and this would be a beautiful place to wale up to.Report Check-In
Stayed a night with 2 other vans in lot, quiet and all goodReport Check-In
Got woken up at ~9:50pm and told to leave. Nice place.Report Check-In
Good for one nights stay, we were the only vehicle there after 8pmReport Check-In
Was a few cars parked there right when we got there (about 7:30 pm) but they were all gone shortly after sunset. Has no issues and was a great place just outside of Victoria. Clean drop toilets located there as well.Report Check-In
lots of space but the road there is lot of curves.
there were no other cars in the lot at night and it was dark. but all in all a nice spot at a start of a hiking trail
Quiet parking lot. Sign states that the park is closed at night but a local assured us that no one would bother us.Report Check-In
trailhead parking lot, no signs, quiet, washrooms, awesome forestReport Check-In
Parking lot to start the hike to the summit of Mt. Work (2km one way). Stayed here for the night. Sign says that the gates are closed from sunset to sunrise, but nobody came to close it. No signs that say no overnight or something like that. Nobody came to bother us. it was quiet during the night.Report Check-In