Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park is located 150 km (93 mi) east of Vancouver in the U-shaped Chilliwack River glacial valley. It consists of old lush forests and picturesque sub-alpine ridges. There used to be nine Indian villages located between Vedder Crossing and Chilliwack Lake. However, later Hudson Bay Company took control of the valley and the trail to Chilliwack River. Now the park has 146 campsites, wide sandy beaches suitable for swimming, boat launch, and a total of 40 km (25 mi) of hiking trails. Most campgrounds operate only from late April to early October.
Some of the most popular trails lead to Lindeman Lake, Greendrop Lake, Flora Lake, and Radium Lake. These trails are quite short, not more than 7 km (4.3 mi) in length. North end of the Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park offers several strenuous mountain trails.
Greendrop Lake is a small picturesque reservoir in Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park, which can only be accessed by the 5-km (3-mi) trail. The trail is rated as moderate and is suitable for families and dogs.