on the lake icon at the right to see full bathymetric map.
Click on the moose on the left for complete BC travel information.
At Williams Lake turn west
onto Hwy 20. About 21 km (13 mi) west of Riske Creek turn north
off Hwy 20 onto the Palmer Lake Forest Access Rd. Travel this road
for about 42 km (26 mi) and then turn north off the Palmer Lk Rd
and travel about 10 km (6.2 mi) to the lake. This last 10 km is
very rough and it gets worse in wet weather. 4x4's are advisable.
There are no resorts or organized campsites on Beaver Lake, but
there are 2 areas suitable for camping. One area is located at the
w.s.w. end near the outlet, and the other area is located at the
n.w. inlet. Cartoppers can be launched.
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Report: Beaver is a very shallow lake, so during the
hot summer months fishing can drop off. However, early and late
season fishing can be excellent. Lots of large rainbows are the
order of the day. Be sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!
Beaver is surrounded by rolling hills covered in Pine forest.
Consists of grass, deciduous shrub and pine trees.
Lake (aka Pelican Lake) - Just past Beaver Lake on
the left hand side of the road is Stum Lake and White Pelican
Park. An interesting lake because it is the summer home of a colony
of White Pelicans. Fishing is prohibited from March 1st to August
Always check your current BC Fishing regulations before you start
fishing a new lake.