A camper was among the items hauled out of the Beaver Lake area Saturday, July 25, along with a torched car and truck. Check out a video of the clean up at www.lakecountrycalendar.com. (Okanagan Forest Task Force photo)

Abandoned camper, car, truck left in Okanagan forest

Recreational area in Lake Country a dumping ground for garbage

Fired up and tired of trash piling up in the great outdoors, a group of Okanagan residents made a clean sweep in Lake Country over the weekend.

The Okanagan Forest Task Force rolled out to Beaver Lake Road, where a burnt up car and truck were hauled away, along with a camper and tons of other garbage.

READ MORE: Hidden cameras in Okanagan forests catch illegal dumpers, leads to fines


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