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Six Mile Lake

Alerts and Advisories as of: May 17, 2022

Fire Bans

No firebans at this time

There are no fire restrictions at this time.


Boil Water Advisory

No boil water advisory at this time

There is no boil water advisory at this time.


Beach Postings

A "posting" is an indication of elevated bacteria levels in the water, not intended as an indication of operational status.

Beach Name Sample Date Posted
Birch Beach August 30, 2021 No beach posting at this time
Maple Beach August 31, 2021 No beach posting at this time
Full listing of all beaches

Park Advisories

1 Poison Ivy & Ticks are found in this area.

*Access to the park requires a valid permit each day of the week.

DAY USE HOURS 8am to 10pm
Check-In & Check-Out 2pm daily

REGISTRATION
Mon-Thu 9am to 4pm
Fri-Sat 8am to 10pm
Sun 8am to 7pm


*Anyone visiting the park after hours must be registered to a campsite, maximum 6 people (regardless of age) allowed per campsite.
Click here for more information on Park Rules.

To help with delays, process permits quickly & efficiently please have the following info ready for registration:

- Campsite number
- Permit holder name
- Names of all party members
- Licence plate number
- Proof of eligibility for discounted rate (if applicable)

To avoid long lineups at the trailer filling station, please consider filling up your trailer at home before coming to the park.

PARK STORE
Mon-Thu 9am to 4pm
Fri-Sat 8am to 10pm
Sun 8am to 7pm

RENTALS (Not yet open due to water temperature)


We appreciate your patience, cooperation and understanding for safety.
Click here for more information and to read our FAQs.



2 Emerald Ash Borer Messaging

The Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), an invasive beetle that weakens and kills ash trees has significantly changed the landscape at Six Mile Lake as we cut down infected trees. Many campsites may be a bit sunnier and the forest may look a little thinner. The biggest way you can help protect our parks against EAB is by burning local firewood only. Our forests will adapt and bounce back, as maintenance crews work hard to ensure the health and safety of our forests.

Click here to learn more about EAB.
3

The following campsites have been re-numbered for 2022:

BIRCH Campground

OLD = NEW NUMBER

401=201
402=202
403=203
404=204
405=205
406=206
407=208
408=207
409=211
410=212
411=213
412=214
413=215
Click here to visit reservation website.
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