Fire Ban in Effect
Camping With Your Family Has Never Been Easier
In 1990, the Sunshine Coast Regional District purchased approximately 37 hectares of land which surrounds the scenic fresh water lake known as Katherine Lake. The acquired parkland has been an asset to the entire Sunshine Coast providing a prime public recreation resource. This picturesque lake, with a sandy beach, is a popular swimming spot to enjoy for a day, or as part of a camping trip
Katherine Lake camping season runs from the May long weekend to the third Sunday in September.
Katherine Lake Park has sites for 19 recreational vehicles with RV hookups (sites 1-6, 15 amps, and sites 7-19, 30 amps) No sewage hookups for RV Sites, and 10 tent campsites.
The park has two washroom facilities with showers for campers only, sandy swimming beach (no lifeguard services), small playground, fishing, boating, onsite caretaker, and a day use picnic area. Water is supplied by the SCRD drinking water system and is safe to drink. Note: There is no sanitation flush facility
Campfires should not be lit during strong winds and must be attended and kept small at all times. Please extinguish your campfire before leaving.
Dogs must be leashed, are not allowed on the beach or in the swimming area, with the exception of service or guide dogs. Please pick up after them.
Katherine Lake is home to an endangered Western Painted Turtle population. Please do not interfere with the turtles and their habitat.