The area is underlain by amygdaloidal basalt of the Lower Jurassic Hazelton Group, Nilkitkwa Formation. This formation hosts several small copper-silver vein occurrences.
Locally, the Camp Lake showing consists of small, discontinuous copper-silver bearing quartz veins. The veins occur within zones of pervasive chlorite-epidote-carbonate alteration. In 1982, D. Groot Logging Limited of Smithers, completed one drill hole on the property but failed to intersect mineralization at depth.