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Texada Island

Park Amenities:
Wilderness Camp
Canoeing
Fishing
Swimming


Bob's Lake Forestry Campground is a wilderness campground located on Texada Island on the Sunshine Coast. The lake is a fresh water activity destination for swimming, canoeing, mountain biking, and fishing for cutthroat trout.

In total there are 2 wilderness campsites on Bobs Lake. Wilderness meaning no services. Each site has a picnic table and fire pit.
Bob's Lake Forestry Campground, Texada Island, BC on the Sunshine Coast.

Address:

Bobs Lake
Bell Road
Texada Island
Canada

How To Get ToBobs Lake

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From the ferry head over to Gillies Bay Road. Take a left onto Shelter Bay Road and continue to Bell Road and take a right. Stay right follow the road to Bobs Lake.
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