Woss Lake is and astonishingly beautiful Vancouver Island lake located just wihin the the Haihte Mountain Range, home to some of the largest remaining glaciers on Vancouver Island. The Southern half of the lake lies within Woss Lake Provincial Park, which is also the gateway to the Oolichan Trail or Grease Trail leading to Tahsis Inlet and the waters of Nootka Sound. Off site camping and fires are allowed within the park although there are a few tent pads setup at the very Southern end of the lake. Access to Woss Lake is through the Woss Lake Campground.
Size: 1398.6 ha | 3456 ac | 14 km²
Direction: From Highway 19 turn right at Woss (approximately 128 km North from Campbell River) and turn left at the logging camp office. Go across the bridge and travel another 1.5 km to the Woss Lake turnoff. The campsite is on the right.
- Woss Lake – Anglers Atlas
- Backroads Map Book VIBC39
- Woss Lake revisited
- Woss Lake and Port McNeill
- Woss Lake Provincial Park
- Woss Lake Campground Remote Camping At Its Finest
- Woss Lake: And the Oolichan Trail
Woss Lake Map