Dee Lake Road is a spectacular drive through the forest and has access to many incredible lakes and campgrounds. There are amazing views of the Okanagan Valley and Lake towards the west end of the trail; if you're traversing from west to east, be sure to look behind you.
There are several campgrounds along the trail and two lodges. Both are opened seasonally and offer RV hookups, plenty of campsites, a general store, and a boat launch. Dee Lake Wilderness Resort, towards the east end of the trail, has neat cottages right on the lake and offers guided fishing tours. Beaver Lake Mountain Lodge is located on the trail's west end and offers similar amenities.
As you drive along the well-maintained dirt and gravel road that runs through Crown Land, beware of logging trucks, as this is an active logging area. There are a couple of small rocky patches, but any high-clearance vehicle can handle this trail. 4WD is not needed.
Dee Lake FSR intersects with Aberdeen Lake Road in the east and the small city of Lake Country, BC in the west. Several primitive campgrounds are along the trail. Island Lake and Doreen Lake have great campsites right on the lake.
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