The Rock Lake Provincial Recreation Area is a large campground with 92 campsites located along the shores of Rock Lake within the Rock Lake/Solomon Creek Wildland Park. Many people use this campground as a staging area into the Wilmore Wilderness Park for both hiking and horseback riding. The lake also provides fishing opportunities for lake trout and northern pike.
How to Get There
From west end of Hinton travel east for approximately 3 kilometres and then turn north onto Highway 40. Follow Highway 40 for approximately 45 kilometres until a road is encounter on the left (west) side of the Highway called the Rock Lake Road. Follow this road, keeping to the main road for approximately 32 kilometres - it ends at the Rock Lake campground. There are occasionally logging trucks and other large vehicles using potions of the Rock Lake Road - drive with extreme caution (please review our “Exploring Managed Forest Lands" section).
In the summer time, this road can be driven in a 2-wheel drive vehicle.
There is a $16/night fee per unit (a unit is a tent or a R.V.), plus $2/night per horse (if using the equestrian facilities)
FRMA provides firewood free of charge.
This campground is maintained by FRMA. This has been sub-contracted to Fox Creek Development Association, an aboriginal owned company located in Hinton, with a long working relationship with Hinton Wood Products.
Reservations are available for this campground. Reservations can be made by phoning the campground maintenance contractor "Fox Creek Development Association". They can be reached at 780-865-2154 (between 8 am and 5 pm Monday to Friday), or by e-mail at [email protected]. There is a reservation fee of $6/night. Un-reserved sites will be on a first come, first served basis.