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Morton Lake

Off the beaten path lies the ‘lake country’ where trout fishing and canoeing are exceptional. From April to June and from September to October, lake fishing for Dolly Varden, rainbow & cutthroat trout can be excellent. Within easy reach of the fishing lakes, this park provides access to the Sayward Canoe Route – a paddle and portage circuit just over 47 km in length. Contact the Ministry of Forests for further info on this canoeing opportunity.

Morton Lake Provincial Park includes all of Morton Lake and a section of shoreline on Mohun Lake. A fine sandy beach and picnic area attracts swimmers and sunbathers. Launching of small car-top boats and canoes is possible here and a ramp is available for trailered boats on Mohun. Visitors can fish, boat or canoe, enjoy a walk to Andrew Lake or swim in shallow and sandy Morton Lake. There are 24 vehicle accessible campsites, 6 can be reserved.
In the Sayward Forest northwest of Campbell River, visitors can plan picnics, boating, sunbathing, swimming, hiking and camping (vehicle or tent). Access is via Mohun Lake east from the private Menzies Bay logging road. Off Hwy 19, Campbell River BC.

Park Size: 67 hectares.
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