'The Little Forest People'

They chopped big trees down, hence the big stumps and defended the forest. If you hear whistling, the old people said, “we should go away from here”. The Little Forest People are feisty and believed to be still living in this area. Hang on to your keys and watches as they just may steal them - they love shiny things.
— FROM KWANTLEN ORAL HISTORY

Campsites

The mountains provide a beautiful backdrop as you enter a 53 site campground that features historical cedar stumps throughout the campground. Other features include a central group-campsite area, as well as two staging areas for loading and offloading motorized vehicles. It is located 7.5km up Florence Lake Forest Service Road from Stave Falls.

 

Payment Info

Please note that cash is not accepted at the site. Reservations may be paid for in cash at the Seyem Qwantlen Business Group office, Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. The office is located at 23684 Gabriel Lane in Fort Langley, BC.

Debit cards are accepted on site, but not for advance bookings.

Sites are non-transferable – ID may be required at the time of arrival.

 

Driving Directions

From Lougheed Hwy, Mission area, turn onto 287 Street heading north towards 96 Avenue, 287 Street turns into Wilson Street. Continue on Wilson Street passing the Ruskin Dam, at the next junction turn right onto Dewdney Trunk Road. Just before the Stave Falls Dam turn left onto Burma/Florence Lake Forest Service Road which is a gravel road, and travel 7.5km from this point. You will see the side road taking you to the campsites on your left.