Located 13.5km down Chilliwack Lake Road, Allison Pool Recreation Site is a Group Site full of beautiful old growth trees and the sounds of the Chilliwack River.
This is a group site that is Reservable with a $50.00 Reservation Fee and a Group Camping Fee of $119.00. There are 7 sites and this price includes 7 vehicles (information as per their website for 2020 see link below).
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This site has picnic tables and fire pits at each camp site, as well as two large picnic tables together at the end of the site. Perfect for group dinners! There is one outhouse and there are no garbage cans, as this is a pack out what you pack in site.
The nice thing about this spot is that it is gated and you pick up the key for the gate on your way in, meaning you literally have the place to yourself.
The road down past the gate is a gentle slope, making it easy for bigger trailers and 2WD vehicles to access. This is not an ATV friendly site, however it is a short distance up the road to get to some riding trails.
There is access to the Trans Canada Trail from this site, as well as easy access to the river for kayakers and fishermen. Calm pools make a great spot to cool off in the summer.
This is a beautiful spot with gorgeous views and lots of shade. Backing onto the Chilliwack River the sounds of the river will lull you to sleep at night and you likely would not hear any noise from the road.
Once gatherings are allowed again, I think this would be a great spot to spend a weekend with a small group of friends!
For more information about Allison Pool Recreation Site and how to Reserve this Group Site, Click Here.
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6 thoughts on “Allison Pool Rec site – Chilliwack River Valley Series”
Tina, always a pleasure to follow you on your very interesting trips. Thank you very much! 🙂
Thank you for following along Fabio!! I appreciate having you along for the journey.
Tina, I was impressed with so much green and water in your region. I know that you get lots of rain. We live in San Diego, which is a city close to the desert. Rain is rare here.
Yes it is a rainforest but the beauty makes the rain worth it! Nothing a hat and a good rain jacket can’t beat! Unless it’s raining sideways…😅
Thanks again, and please be safe on your trips.