Friday, July 15, 2016


Access Information for the Weekend of July 16th - 17th

 
The following gates and major roads are expected to be open this weekend.  


No fires, no camping, and no off-road vehicles (i.e. ATVs, UTVs, buggies or side-by-sides) are authorized on our private property.
 
Do not expect any additional gates to be opened.  Gate times are effective sunrise to sunset unless otherwise specified for this weekend.
  • Cameron Main: Open; access to BC Recreation Site at Labour Day Lake is available
  • Cameron Connector: Open
  • Ash Main: Open; access to BC Recreation Sites at Lowry Lake and Scout Camp/Beach is available
  • Pass Main: Open;  access to Mt. Arrowsmith is available 
  • Comox Main: Open;  access to 21.9 KM
  • Museum Main: Open; access to BC Recreation Site at Father and Son Lake is available 
  • Northwest Bay:  Open 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Shawnigan Main:  Open 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM ***Note the Change to Gate Times
  • Chemainus Main (Copper Canyon):  Open; access to 22 KM  8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

***Cameron Mainline is currently open for public access Monday thru Friday and Weekends

***Public firewood cutting has been closed for the summer.  Public firewood will resume in the fall.

***If you see any suspicious activities on our lands you can report them anonymously on our Website www.islandtimberlands.com, this blog or you can Contact SafetyNet Security 250-830-8343 - Thank-You. 

3 comments:

  1. Is the Nanaimo River Rd gate open this week (17th) or the weekend (23rd-24th)?

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  3. There are numerous gates located along the Nanaimo River Road but the majority belong to Timberwest and Island Timberlands. Since this is an Island Timberlands Blog, I have to assume you are referring to the gate which controls access into the Nanaimo Watershed. This area has been historically referred to as "The River Camp". This area is closed to the public all year long except for the Deer hunting season; which goes from September to early December.

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