Thursday 25 May 2023

Fishing and camping at Lambly Lake BC

I love to go outdoors and enjoy fishing, hiking, camping, hunting, and all other outdoor activities! It is so nice to be one with nature and enjoy everything that the beautiful world has to offer. 

This weekend I went camping with my daughter and her best friend as well as a few great family members. We went to Lambly Lake in West Kelowna and it was amazing. The weather was perfect and we were able to fish, swim, catch frogs and snakes and have a decent little campfire. It is $15 per night unless you get the senior discount (over 65) which is $7.50 per night! 

Setting up my hammock was super easy and I am so glad I brought it. I bought it off Amazon and it simply comes apart and goes back together within 5 mins. It has its own carrying case and comes with a super strong hammock that can hold two people! I love this thing at home and on the go! You can get one here:

There are around 20 spots available and it is roomy and full of critters and places to explore. I brought my spin casters and we used nothing more than worms and bobbers and caught yellow perch and rainbow trout! 

I caught a decent amount of little fish and had a great time. We brought our favourite items for camping:
  • Tent
  • Air mattresses
  • Blankets
  • Pillows
  • Snacks
  • First aid kit
  • Floaties for swimming
  • Sunscreen and bug spray
  • Clothes for all seasons
  • Fishing rods
  • Worms
  • Pliers
  • Board games in case of rain
  • Buckets and nets for catching creatures
  • Flashlights
  • Hey Y’all’s for mama
  • Water and soap for hand washing
  • Meals
  • S’more kit
  • Roasting sticks
  • Solar charger and cords 
  • Wireless speaker (I love this one:
All these are our must haves for camping and it has been such a great list to keep handy in case you need to look back and check things off while you pack! This solar charger we got is a dream because you can charge your phones, speakers, and more with the power of the sun! 

If you plan on going make sure to show up early because it is first come first serve and spots fill up fast! The parks person will come around and collect payment during your stay so there is no reservations to worry about. 

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