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Marble Canyon Provincial Park

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We stayed overnight here, on our way north, we had been told there was a beach to swim from there... read more

Reviewed 28 June 2017
Horrabridge, United Kingdom
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Perfect place to dip your feet

We drive this route a lot and enjoy stopping for a quick lakeside visit. If its nice we dip our... read more

Reviewed 6 August 2016
Craig D
Squamish, BC
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  • Average32%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible4%
18 Jun 2018
“Poor camping”
28 Jun 2017
“Overnight ”
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Off Highway 99, 40 km northwest of Cache Creek, Cache Creek, British Columbia V0K 2H0, Canada
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Reviewed 19 June 2018 via mobile

This park has lots of good natural features, but the camping sucked. Small short spaces, Kind of like camping in a parking lot. The day use and camping folks were all jumbled together... Water pump was broken... Outhouses were small and needed some attention... Many...More

Thank Don H
Reviewed 28 June 2017 via mobile

We stayed overnight here, on our way north, we had been told there was a beach to swim from there is a small beach but the water was too cold for us though others were swimming. There are toilets but no other facilities. We watched...More

Thank Ivorson
Reviewed 6 August 2016

We drive this route a lot and enjoy stopping for a quick lakeside visit. If its nice we dip our feet in the lake. Campsites are small and units over 24ft should give this place a miss.

Thank Craig D
Reviewed 24 July 2016

A small, narrow park between the road a deep lake a shade of intense acquamarine unlike any natural water I've ever seen (at Disney theme parks, they dye the water this color). The residential end of the lake is quite beautiful, and we say a...More

1  Thank UnrepentantFoodie
Reviewed 21 July 2016

Just a wide spot in the road, as far as we could see. The "campsites" were basically a gravel parking lot.

1  Thank seaweaver
Reviewed 6 June 2016

This is a perfect little walk around a huge, dramatic limestone canyon in an area just recovering from a forest fire a decade previously. It takes less than an hour and is pretty much all flat but such a great place.

2  Thank Karen L
Reviewed 3 June 2016

Magic incredible - quiet, a gem, dip into turquoise lake - get it in early summer when the spring water flow through makes the lake crystal clear.

Thank Alofoz
Reviewed 1 February 2016

not much to say except everyone has to take highway 99 into Lillooet...which is mile 0 on the gold rush trail. Lots of history there, and good people. So much to see. When you visit Lillooet you have to go up to the two rivers...bridge...More

Thank harleyonlygirl
Reviewed 4 January 2016

Just had a great day Ice Fishing on Pavilion Lake and at Marble Canyon - Sunny and cold. Had some hot adult beverages with me and set up an ice fishing tent (Costco $180) and caught some stellar trout.

Thank BrockR338
Reviewed 1 December 2015

An easily accessable canoe/kayak lake and well run provincial campsite. Not too many people! It is called marble canyon because of the spectacular marble mountains, they are actually made of marble. The beauty of the area is unique. I was baptized in this lake. It...More

2  Thank Carmen R
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