Pitt Lake, is a 24 km. (14.8 mi.) long lake that is surrounded by rugged terrain making only the south end accessible by road. The lake is not far from Vancouver, BC, only 16 km. (9.9 mi.) north of Haney town center in Maple Ridge. Camping, boating, fishing, water sports and hiking are just a few of the activities that can be enjoyed in the Pitt Lake area.

A nature lover’s haven Pitt Lake has over 50 km. (31 mi.) of rugged shoreline to explore. The southern end of the lake, north of Siwash Island is part of the Widgeon Valley Natural Wildlife Reserve, a nesting area for marsh birds. However if you are going to explore the main lake, a good sized boat is required because of sudden winds and its immense size.