Rolley Lake and Falls

Mission, British Columbia

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If you are looking for a destination for a country spin, one close to picnic facilities by the shore of a placid lake, then this provincial park may be the spot you are seeking. You have a gentle walk, too, not only round the lake but with a detour to some falls as well if you wish more exercise. To reach this spot as you come from the west, use the Dewdney Trunk Road, less busy than Highway 7 (Lougheed Highway). East of Haney you pass the quaintly named Websters Corners, then some 10 km (6 mi) beyond it (noting in passing Wilson Road on your right, should you wish to return by Highway 7), you come to Bell Road going off left. On this you travel north until, at its end, you must turn left again to enter the park. Its developed area is on the lake’s south side, with the part reserved for day use near its western end. Here, by an open beach, is the sign for the start of the lake trail.

Rolley Lake and Falls Professional Review and Guide

"If you are looking for a destination for a country spin, one close to picnic facilities by the shore of a placid lake, then this provincial park may be the spot you are seeking. You have a gentle walk, too, not only round the lake but with a detour to some falls as well if you wish more exercise.

To reach this spot as you come from the west, use the Dewdney Trunk Road, less busy than Highway 7 (Lougheed Highway). East of Haney you pass the quaintly named Websters Corners, then some 10 km (6 mi) beyond it (noting in passing Wilson Road on your right, should you wish to return by Highway 7), you come to Bell Road going off left. On this you travel north until, at its end, you must turn left again to enter the park. Its developed area is on the lake’s south side, with the part reserved for day use near its western end. Here, by an open beach, is the sign for the start of the lake trail."

Activity Type: Walking
Nearby City: Mission
Distance: 3.1
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Duration: 2 hours
Season: Good all year
Additional Use: Camping
Features: Waterfalls
Local Contacts: Rolley Lake Provincial Park
Driving Directions: Directions to Rolley Lake and Falls

Recent Trail Reviews

2/10/2009
1

Nice relaxed walk around a beautiful lake, very quiet in the winter. Main gate is locked up so you have to walk in to the lake during winter. To get to the falls from rolley lake take a left up the trail just before you cross the foot bridge that crosses rolley creek, half way up trail you will see a marked trail to rolley fall. They are small but quite cool. Lots of geocaching on this route.


11/30/2008
1

A great place for the family to spend a few hours. Close to the city yet peaceful. The walk is easy with some root hazards. Our 3 year old walked the whole trail. Falls should be marked, poor signage bt the trails are large adn well mantained. The beach is nice and there are picnic tables with a great view of the beach and water.



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