Sawmill Point Recreation Site
Provincial Recreation SiteWrite a Review Stewart-Cassiar Highway Dease Lake, BC, Canada V0C 1L0 Official Website
GPS: 58.7805, -130.0963
Overview of Sawmill Point Recreation Site
A relatively steep access road, trailers and RVs should use caution.
Last Price Paid: $0
Reported by Margot Bai on 8/12/2018
Number of Sites 10
Pad Type gravel
Elevation 2,591 ft / 789 m
Max Stay 14
Tent Camping Yes
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Margot BaiMount Albert, ON, Canada
“Steep, narrow gravel access road about 500 m (4wd recommended) leads to 10 campsites”
Access road on the west side off the Cassiar highway 37 is easy to miss as it is between 2 blind corners and marked with a small brown sign. Open forest setting campsites with gravel footing, picnic tables and fire rings. Outhouses in the campground. Big rig parking available if you go 200 m down the access road and pull into the landing on the right.
Fire band in effect at the time of photos as there was a fire across the lake at Telegraph Creek – smoke can be seen in photos.
No iron ranger – seems it was free. No noticeable road noise as the campground is lower and set back from the highway.
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