Cascade Peninsula

A beautiful forested site on the shores of Harrison Lake with 31 sites. Cascade is located along several bays sheltered from the inflow winds prevalent during the summer days. This site is popular with families, boaters, swimmers and anglers.  There is a steep grade hill at the entrance to this campsite, therefore 4wd is recommended due to this last section of road.

Cascade Peninsula opens for the season May 1

Cascade Peninsula will be closed Easter Weekend 2019 for maintenance.

Beach Site 1

Cascade Peninsula accepts reservations, Click here for Reservations Information

This is a remote site without services.  We do not have up to date communications with Cascade Peninsula 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


Camping fees have increased to $18 per vehicle, per night, cash only.
Cascade has expanded and now includes more waterfront sites, please review the map for changes.

Cascade now has the Cascade Loop trail, a 1 km or about 30 min moderate hike, with great views of Harrison Lake.  Use caution, steep sections and uneven terrain.

Driving Directions

From Vancouver, take Highway #1 or #7 to Harrison Hot Springs.  Cascade is located about a 45min drive from Harrison.

Turn right at the stoplight when you get into Harrison, besides the gas station, onto Rockwell Drive.   Follow Rockwell Drive and travel north along Harrison Lake until you get to where the road changes to gravel.   Go left onto the Harrison East Forest Service Road  and drive to the 11 km marker, turn left and follow signs down to the campground. There is a steep grade at the recreation site entry point, which makes us recommend a 4wd vehicle for this last section.

Be aware this is a forest service road with gravel, potholes and dust.  Take caution and drive slowly.

Site #4