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I spent the past few days driving arount the Quenell Lake at Cedar, Nanaimo. To my dissappointment, there is no public access. This lake is tightly surrounded by private property. There is only one Zxxxxx campsite which provide paid access.

It confuses me, the government spend public money to stock fish in this lake, but the lake is not accessible for general public.
 

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http://www.bcadventure.com/adventure/explore/cariboo/ccariboo/quesnel.htm

Location: There are a couple of ways to get to Quesnel Lake. 1) To the town of Likely on the west end of Quesnel Lake: turn east off Hwy 97 at 150 Mile House onto the Horsefly Rd. Continue to the major intersection of paved roads, then turn left (northeast) onto the Likely Road. Total distance from 150 Mile is 85 km (53 mi). From here you can access the northern portion of the lake. Ask for information and directions in Likely. 2) To the village of Horsefly and on to the southern shores of Quesnel Lake: turn east off Hwy 97 at 150 Mile House on to the Horsefly Road. Stay on this road until you reach the village of Horsefly 59 km (37 mi). From this point you can access either the southwest or southeast portions of Quesnel Lake. Directions and information can be obtained in Horsefly. This is the largest lake in the Cariboo District, and there are many wilderness roads to the lake. It is advised that you acquire a good map of the area. Pickup a Cariboo Forest Region Recreation Map from a tourist info booth or contact Cariboo Forest Region Headquarters at (250) 398-4345.
 
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Take the first right on Ritten rd after you pass the Zuiderzee Campsite rd. 1km down Ritten on the left is the launch.
 
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