Facilities and Activities:
CAMPGROUND OPERATING DATES: May 3rd 2018 – September 23rd 2018 (subject to change without notice)
Gladstone: A Favourite Destination for Recreation and Wilderness Opportunities
Located on popular Christina Lake and surrounded by the breathtaking Monashee Mountain range, Gladstone Provincial Park offers fantastic family camping, swimming and boating opportunities. The park boasts 48 kms of self-guided hiking trails as well as backcountry horseback trails. Day-use and picnicking can be found at the nearby Christina Lake Provincial Park day-use and beach area. Conveniently located 10 minutes away from amenities and shopping at the popular summer tourism town of Christina Lake.
Spring and Fall campers enjoy a peaceful, pristine setting. Firewood and ice are available for sale at the Host Site.
Marine Sites are user maintained and are available on a first come, first serve basis. Texas Creek is 100% reservable during the peak season and reservations are strongly recommended.
$27 per party / night (Texas Creek)
$12 charge for second vehicle / night (Texas Creek)
$13 per party or vessle /night (Gladstone Backcountry Marine Sites)
For full fee schedule and more information please visit BC PARKS Fees.
All fees are cash only.
There are 62 campsites at this park. It is 100% reservable. Sorry, no sites at this park have hookups. Texas Creek Campground Map
Gladstone has 7 back-country marine camping sites located on Christina Lake. These sites are cash only and are paid at Texas Creek campground. Marine sites are user maintained. Gladstone Provincial Park Marine Sites
There are both pit and flush toilets at this park.
There are water posts available throughout the campground.
There are hot showers in the toilet and shower building. Showers are free and are only for registered camping guests.
There is a boat launch with docks.
Many facilities including toilet buildings and the shower house are wheelchair accessible. Beach access is fairly steep and would be difficult in a wheelchair.
Campfires are permitted in the campsite fire rings. Fires must be less than .5m high. Please do not leave fires unattended and watch for fire ban notices. Firewood bundles $7.
Christina Lake is popular for swimming and all water activities. It is known as one of the warmest lakes in Canada. There are no lifeguards on duty.
Gladstone Provincial Park has biking opportunities.
This park has several small pocket beaches on Christina Lake. The beach area is rocky and rustic.
Fantastic hiking opportunities exist around the park. There are more than 48km of hiking trails in Gladstone Park.
Motor boat activities are popular on Christina Lake.
Canoeing opportunities exist on Christina Lake.
Kayaking opportunities exist on Christina Lake.
Fishing for Kokanee, rainbow trout and small-mouth bass is popular.
Wildlife viewing opportunities exist at this park.
Horseback riding is available on some trails in Gladstone Park.
Pets are welcome at this park but must be on a leash at all times. During the summer months it may be too hot to leave your animal behind at your site.
Texas Creek is 100% reservable. Reservations are strongly recommended; to make a reservation please call 1-800-689-9025 (additional $5 call center charge) or by visiting www.discovercamping.ca.