Mike Tudor - Camp Manager

Mike has been the Camp Manager at Gavin Lake for 27 years.  He lives on site with his wife Jenny.  They raised 3 sons while living and managing Gavin Lake camp. 

Mike is enthusiastic about educating youth in outdoor education.  He is a flexible manager, capable of changing the curriculum to meet the age and skill levels of students to teach them more about nature, the environment and science topics.  Adept at leading others, keeping students in line and effectively managing the time allotted for each group.

If you have any questions about Gavin Lake camp, renting the facilities, or would like to donate money or time, please send a message to Mike using the button below or email



We could use help to make Gavin Lake even better.  Do you have time to assist with the following:

  • Trail Maintenance

  • Wood Splitting

  • Fundraising

  • Trades (electrician, plumber, carpenter) 

  • Leading Students on the Forest Discovery Trail

Please contact Mike to volunteer!


From the South
Turn east (right) at 150 Mile House onto the Likely Road (150 Mile House is 14 km south-east of Williams Lake on Highway 97).  After 4 km, turn left onto the Likely Road where it forks with the Horsefly Road and follow it for 44 km.  The Gavin Lake Road is on the right and is marked by the Gavin Lake Forest Education Centre and UBC/Alex Fraser Research Forest signs.

From the North

Turn east off of Highway 97 at McLeese Lake (approximately 45 km north of Williams Lake) onto Beaver Lake Road, and continue for 3.3 km. Turn right onto the gravel portion of Beaver Lake Road. Follow this route until it meets the Likely Road (approximately 35 km). Turn north (left) and drive for 6.7 km on the Gavin Lake Road.


Mike Tudor - Camp manager


Telephone: 604-629-9859


The Gavin Lake Camp is situated on the traditional territory of the Northern Secwepemc te Qelmucw.