It’s camping season all year round on this beautiful reconstructed site, on Kwantlen Traditional Territory in The Stave West Forest and Recreation area. This site is unique as it offers remnants of historical harvesting where many massive western red cedar stumps, complete with springboard cuts still exist.

 

The Lake

A boat launch, large dock, and fishing gear rentals are available for those interested in fishing this stocked lake, or just to explore the bays along the shoreline. This is strictly an electric motor lake.

 

Campsites

This site was primarily designed for smaller units such as truck and camper units, or for tent camping. There are 40 campsites, including several group sites to accommodate larger gatherings, as well as 7 walk in tenting sites where constructed tent pads await your stay.

 

Payment Info

Please note that Sayres Lake Campground does not accept cash 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.

 

News

* Note that canoes and kayaks are being updated / repaired and are not available to rent until further notice. Thank you

 

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, travel to about 12 km where you turn right onto a small access road down to the recreation site.  

 
 
 

* Campground closes as of Tuesday, October 10th 2017 and reopens Monday, March 19th 2018 *