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Teresa H wrote a review Sep 2020
Texada Island, Canada6 046 contributions520 helpful votes
A lovely lake to drive around and picnic or stop to swim at the many beaches with picnic tables. A great break driving north that really doesn't take a lot of time away from the 97.
Date of experience: September 2020
2 Helpful votes
Solodam J wrote a review Feb 2020
Amsterdam, The Netherlands31 112 contributions885 helpful votes
As soon as we entered the North Bonaparte Rd, we saw a lot of water areas. Green Lake is one of the biggest. We didn't go to the camping area of Green Lake but we drove to the South West Greenlake where it is a conservation area for wetland birds. We made a short stop and go further finishing our track on the N. Bonaparte Rd. which it was quite a rough road.…
Date of experience: May 2019
Xennial wrote a review Sep 2018
Winnipeg, Canada154 contributions31 helpful votes
Because it is green, extremely clean water (a little chilly) and beautiful. Plus their are fish in it.
Date of experience: September 2018
ulmartens wrote a review Aug 2018
100 Mile House, Canada132 contributions37 helpful votes
On the south side of Green Lake is Sunset campground on the north side you find Emerald Bay another campground. All campgrounds maintained and friendly staff.
Date of experience: August 2018
Jurian V wrote a review Jul 2018
Vancouver, Canada12 contributions6 helpful votes
On our way through the cariboo we had to stop at Green Lake for a couple hours, to see if all the good stories were true; we found Green Lake to be amazing. It has such clear water, and really is green when you swim like 10meters in, it's amazing. My recommendation to drive past the lake on the Arrowhead Campground side. There's some really nice private beaches along the lake.. boat launches too..…
Date of experience: July 2018
1 Helpful vote