About the Park

A secluded and sought-after hideaway on peaceful Campbell Lake. The pristine and stunning lakeside sites are a popular destination in the summer months. This campground is unique in that the majority of the sites have private beach access. Campbell Lake is ideal for canoeing, boating and swimming. Loveland Bay can be difficult to get a spot during peak camping periods. If you aren’t fortunate enough to get a reservation for Loveland Bay consider the lesser-known Morton Lake which is also a beautiful, rustic camping experience. Loveland Bay historically has several vacancies in May, June and September. Open mid-May through the end of September.

Loveland Bay ©BC Parks


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Frontcountry camping – $20/party/night
Group camping base fee – $80/group site/night
Winter frontcountry camping – $11/party/night



31 campsites and 2 group sites.


Access is off Highway 28, 4 km west of Campbell River. Take the turnoff to Elk Falls Viewpoint and Loveland Bay. Drive past Elk Falls and over the dam. Take the first road on the left and follow the gravel road 12 km to Loveland Bay.


30 ha.

Available activities & amenities at this park ↓

Park Amenities

  • Vehicle accessible camping facilities

  • Group campsites

  • Wheelchair accessible

  • Toilets

  • Campfires allowed

  • Beach

  • Boat Launch

  • Pets must be on leash

  • Cash only

Park Activities

  • Swimming

  • Canoeing / kayaking

  • Windsurfing

  • Waterskiing

  • Hiking

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