Cat Lake is a hidden gem that offers a wonderful wilderness camping, picnic, and hiking experience. During the summer months, Cat Lake can be very busy over the weekends, and attracts young campers.
There are approximately 38 walk-in campsites, mostly spread-out around the lake. Campsite are only available on a first come, first serve basis and cost $15 per night.
Do not keep food or garbage unattended, this site attracts a lot of black bears. Bear caches are available throughout the campground. Remember to store food in caches only.
The lake is beautiful and surrounded by dense forest. There are three docks (Wharfs) for swimming in the lake, but beach area is limited.
Hike in the Surrounding Forest
Take a stroll on the Lake Trail.
If Cat Lake is busy, check out another spectacular Levette Lake near Squamish. Read out other post on Levette Lake.
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