- Wheelchair-accessible trails and camping
- Inland Lake Provincial Park and Trail System is located 12 km north of Powell River. The 5.5 km long lake is situated in a semi-remote forest setting and supports an abundant wildlife population.
- The Park provides excellent camping, fishing, boating, hiking, and picnicking.
- Inland Lake is open year-round and has a resident caretaker on site. The trail around the park is wheelchair accessible and provides facilities for both disabled and able-bodied persons.
- Please take your garbage out with you when you leave the park.
From the Visitors Centre, take a right onto Joyce Ave. Follow Joyce and take a left onto Manson, right on Cassiar St., and left again on Yukon Ave. Take a right onto Haslam St. and continue onto the gravel road on the left side. This is also the access road to Haywire Bay Park and campsite – follow the signage.
Inland Lake Route
A 13 km wheelchair accessible trail circles Inland Lake. There are several picnic/rest areas, overnight camping areas and fishing wharfs available (see map). Campsites are on a first-come first-served basis. The trail is a crushed limestone covered pathway with minimal grades. There are two small, rustic log cabins reserved for disabled persons – they can be used by able-bodied persons if available. The Park also has accessible outhouses and well water at the main campground. All dogs must be kept on a leash.
•Cycling is permitted on the trail; please use caution and share the trail with other hikers
•Catch-and-release trout fishing is available for those with an appropriate license
•The lake is a great spot for canoeing and kayaking, however rentals are not available at Inland Lake
•There is a gravel car top boat launch on site. Please note there is a 10 horsepower restriction
•Sections of elevated boardwalk around the lake offer superb wildlife and scenic viewing opportunities
•Although there is little beachfront, Inland Lake has warm water in the summer and several wharfs great for swimming