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Isobel Lake Interpretive Trail (Kamloops)

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  • Rec Site #:REC99020
  • Type:Maintained to Standard
  • Fees:None
  • Campsites:0
  • Access:Road
  • Activities:Fishing
    Nature Study
  • Facilities:Toilets

Description And Directions

  • Site Description:

    The Isobel Lake Interpretive Trail is an easy hardened wheelchair accessible hiking trail that winds around the perimeter of Isobel Lake including the recreation site.
    There is a large parking area located just off the main road when you approach Isobel Lake (south side of lake). The main trailhead for this trail, and the nearby Eagle Eye Lookout Trail, are accessed from this parking area.
    Many thanks to the Kamloops Thompson Trails Alliance and associated member groups for their maintenance and wheelchair accessibility trail work.
    The trails in this area are managed for non-motorized use. Under Section 20 of the Recreation Regulations, all off-road vehicles (ORVs) such as quads, dirt bikes, side by sides, utility terrain vehicles, and other vehicles defined as ORVs are NOT PERMITTED within the boundaries of the Isobel Lake Recreation Site and along the Isobel Lake Interpretive Trail and the Eagle-eye Lookout Trail. Operation of these forms of vehicles within the above noted areas is prohibited and are ticketable.

  • Driving Directions: This trail is located north of Kamloops and is accessed off the Lac du Bois Road.

  • Fire Bans and Restrictions:Link

  • Interactive Map:Link
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