A beautiful forested campsite on the shores of Sayres lake. Sayres has 19 drive-in sites, 12 tenting sites and 3 triple sites (group sites) up top. There is a limited day-use area and a dock is available for boats, 10hp or less only. There is a steep grade hill for the last 1 km of road and 4wd is recommended.
Update for Sayres Lake 2019
Sayres Lake is changing from a fully motorized campsite to a partially motorized campsite. Sayres is a small, packed-in type campsite, due to safety concerns, noise, and dust motorized traffic will no longer be allowed in the lower campsite/lake area. Motorized traffic will still be allowed at the group sites #32-40, but not passed that point into the main camping area.
If you wish to use your motorized vehicles while camping at Sayres you will be able to park it at the parking area by the Host site. You will not be able to bring it into your campsite, with the exception of the group sites #32-40.
These changes are to address safety concerns. Rocky Point and Rock Creek campsites are in the same area and will remain fully motorized.
Sayres lake accepts reservations, Click here for Reservations Information
This is a remote site without services. We do not have up to date communications with Sayres Lake in regards to whether there is first come first served site availability.
This is a CASH ONLY site for first come first served and has on-site supervision. All visitors are required to exit the site by 10:30 PM. Gates are locked at 11:00 PM and will remain closed until 7:00 AM.
Quiet time is 11pm – 7am, no exceptions
From Highway 7, Mission area
Turn North onto 287 Street, west of Mission on Highway 7. Follow 287 Street which changes into Wilson Street.
Continue on Wilson street, passing the Ruskin Dam, and at the next junction turn right onto Dewdney Trunk Road. Just before the Stave Falls Dam turn left onto Burma/Florence Lake Forest Service Road, which is a gravel road.
All four campsites are located within 30min of where the road changes to gravel. Travel North up Florence Lake Forest Service Road until you see a sign for Sayres lake at around 14km mark, on the right hand side of the FSR.