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    Re: Seton Lake Campground, Lillooet, BC

    Quote Originally Posted by Dusty Boots View Post
    No .... but you do need one to get back into your own Country!
    Not nessisairly ... A lot of states have "enhanced drivers licenses" you can get to allow easy passage between 'Us & Them" ..
    Less costly that a passport.

    We have Michigan ones ...

    I've done so much with so little for so long ... Now I can do nearly anything with almost nothing.

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    Re: Seton Lake Campground, Lillooet, BC

    OK ... I was down on my PC and found/uploaded some shots of this campground. They were taken in later Sept.

    I see that BC Hydro now says there is no potable water within the campground now ... however there is a gas station/convenience store a very short distance away for some supplies/water etc, as well as the town of Lillooet.
    Also, I forgot to mention that across the road from the campground is a great little picnic area, with a beach for a refreshing dip in beautiful, glacier fed Seton Lake, which is also maintained by BC Hydro

    Here are some shots of the campground and as you can see, it is located in a very scenic spot.


    My youngest sleeping on the picnic table in the warm autumn sunshine.



















    The Pay Station;








    The scenic, steep walled valley in which it is located, not far from the Fraser River and at the far end (of this shot) of beautiful Seton Lake.





















    As I mentioned before, Hwy 99 (Duffy Lake Rd) is by far the most scenic and uncrowded road to get from/to this campground and Whistler, or Vancouver/Horseshoe Bay (via the Sea to Sky Hwy)



    There is another great, little rustic campground not too far from here that I mentioned in the OP, which although is accessed more easily by those of you on a DS bike, can be gotten to by a heavy cruiser/touring rig if you are comfortable driving on a fairly well graded gravel road, as there is a mix of pavement and gravel to get into it. It is remote, but there is a tiny village close by for gas/supplies, if you get there any other time but noon to 1 pm, as the whole place closes up for lunch at that time.
    Perhaps I will have some time later on to do a review on it, as it is real nice there and is another free campground run by BC Hydro.


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    Re: Seton Lake Campground, Lillooet, BC

    I have to up my game, er my touring. I've never been in country like this on my bike and now camping is even trickier since my travels are 2 up. I'm resisting a trailer but a larger bike might be sufficient.

    Great pix!
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    Re: Seton Lake Campground, Lillooet, BC

    I stayed here again in July 26 and again July 31 - Aug 2, 2017
    Same great campground , they once again have potable water and the cost is still free


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    It's about a 10 minute walk out of the campground, up the road a bit to the beach on Seton Lake, on the other side of the road. Refreshing swimming and a great place to cool off/while away some time.


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    Re: Seton Lake Campground, Lillooet, BC

    Very nice... I think you sold me on this.

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