Located north of the town of Mission, BC, and an hour and a half easy of Vancouver, Rolley Lake has 64 vehicle accessible campsites situated in a forested area near the lake. Facilities include pit toilets, picnic tables, a playground, drinking water taps, and showers. Campsites are vehicle accessible.
Camping fees are in effect from the beginning of April to mid-October and campsites can be reserved during the summer months. During the off-season, the gate is located and no camping is permitted.
There are a variety of activities to do around Rolley Lake including fishing, swimming, a short hike around the lake or to waterfalls, canoeing, or cycling.
For more information about camping at Rolley Lake, visit the BC Parks website at: