Squamish Anderson Beach

Squamish Anderson Beach is a user maintained fees free recreation site. It has 0 (Zero) campsite. There is no facilities and access via road. You can enjoy Hiking, Picnicking, Beach Activities, Swimming & Fishing.

Description: Squamish Anderson Beach is only day use site as 1st May 2015. No camping allowed due to nu-managed wildlife attractants like grizzly and black bears.

Black bear

Squamish Anderson Beach is prone to flooding. Therefore the installation of infrastructure is not possible. Anyone found at Anderson Beach after 11pm will be fined and/or towed. It is an offence under the Recreation Regulations and the Freshwater Protection Act to drive a motorized vehicle in our around a river or fish bearing stream. This is a fairly large sandy beach on the Squamish River. Please remember this is day use only so no overnight is permitted. Always be aware of bear and never leave food or garbage unattended.  No vehicles allowed to Squamish Anderson Beach. No motorized vehicles are allowed to enter the area past the parking lot at the end of Magee road. Always park and walk to the beach! Thank you for your cooperation. Please respect the environment.

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Directions: Driving North from Squamish on HWY 99, turn left at the Squamish Valley Road, across from Alice Lake Park turn-off. Continue on the Squamish Valley Road, staying on the left fork after the bridge over the Cheekye River. Drive for about 16.5km after this fork at the bridge. Turn Left onto Magee road. Drive all the way to the end of the road, park and walk through boulders at the end. No motorized vehicles may enter the area beyond the boulders.

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