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Upper Campbell Lake rose 140 feet to its current level today in the late 1950's.  Before the Valley was flooded it was logged making for some unique and beautiful paddling on Upper Cambpell River.

Upper Campbell Lake rose 140 feet to its current level today in the late 1950′s. Before the Valley was flooded it was logged making for some unique and beautiful paddling on Upper Cambpell River.

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This view never gets old.

This view never gets old.

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Myrna's restaurant is great place to enjoying the sunset over Upper Campbell Lake and enjoy some local cuisine.

Thinking of having a family gathering or club meeting and looking for a place to eat? Come to Myrna’s which is opening everyday throughout the months of July and August and enjoy a meal over looking Upper Campbell Lake and Strathcona Provincial Park.

 

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Canoeing

Some days on Upper Campbell Lake are so calm it looks like a mirror. This photo was taken on a summer day while hanging out in a tree. While hanging out in the tree a couple staff paddled by. This particular Canoe is a newer fibre glass boat which is light (great for portaging) and very maneuverable. Come on by and paddle it for yourself.

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Sea Kayaking

This is a photo shot on Upper Campbell Lake. The mountain in the background is Mt. Myra with one of our guides taking out a Intergenerational group. It is common for first time visitors to the Lodge to ask, “Is that the ocean there?” Upper Campbell Lake and Buttle lake, which are joined, form the largest boddy of water on Vancouver Island offering plenty of paddling.