May 8 - September 27, 2020
Check for special fishing restrictions here that protect sensitive trout populations.
- The lake system is popular for canoe trips. Small bays, islands and peninsulas make it friendly for children and beginners.
- Snafu is a military acryonym for “Situation Normal – All ‘Fouled’ Up.” It was 1 of 2 forest fire crew camps in the late 1950s.
- Both the lake's Tagish and Tlingit names, Ágáy Méne' and Ghooch Áayi mean "wolf lake", referring to the creek where wolves come to fish.
- The gate will remain open after service to this campground has ended. Register your stay (payment not required). Bring your own wood and toilet paper and pack out your garbage.
Campground peak times:
May June July August September
Snafu Lake Campground map (221.42 KB)
Bear proof garbage bins