Babine Lake Marine (Pendleton Bay) Provincial Park (37 hectares) is a quiet park in a natural setting on the southwest shore of Babine Lake, about 45 kilometres north of Burns Lake. Pendleton Bay is one of four provincial parks on Babine Lake.
There is a boat launch that provides easy access to Babine Lake for travellers visiting the community of Burns Lake. The boat launch has a moderate grade and is paved. There is limited parking available for boat trailers. It is not recommended to leave a trailer parked or boat moored overnight.
Anglers will enjoy the challenge of fishing for rainbow trout and char in the wilderness area of Babine Lake.
Camping at Pendleton Bay is primitive and available from mid May to early September. There are 20 campsites at the campground, 16 of which are vehicle accessible. Some are under tree cover and others are beachfront. Reservations are not accepted at this park – all campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Cold water taps are located throughout the park, but are shut off during the off-season. The park has pit toilets, but no flush toilets. There are no toilets in the day use area. As this is a user-maintained site, please pack out everything you bring in.
Babine Lake Marine (Pendleton Bay) Provincial Park is located on the southwest shore of Babine Lake, about 45 kilometres north of Burns Lake. Pendleton Bay is accessed via the gravel Babine Lake Road.
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