British Columbia Provincial Parks

Montague Harbour Marine Provincial Park

Montague Harbour Marine Provincial Park on peaceful Galiano Island is rich in natural and cultural history. White shell beaches, open meadows, tidal lagoons, towering forests, craggy headlands and abundant bird life are just a few of the things that attract visitors...

Shuswap Lake Marine Provincial Park

Shuswap Marine is comprised of 23 sites located around the perimeter of Shuswap Lake. All locations are popular for fishing and water sports; hiking and nature study are popular at some sites. Some sites are road accessible, but most are water-access only. Facilities...

Brooks Peninsula Provincial Park

Explorer Captain Cook called Brooks Peninsula, located on northwest Vancouver Island, the “cape of storms”, however this provincial park also offers shelter, sandy beaches and a world-class wilderness experience to visitors. On July 13, 2009 an agreement was reached...

Boya Lake Provincial Park

Boya Lake offers scenic camping and a wide variety of water recreation with its superb water clarity and colour, beckoning the traveller to explore its many islands and bays. Boya Lake is situated on the Liard Plain, an area carved out by glaciers 20,000 years ago....

Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park

Relaxation seeps into your body as you ease into the second largest hot spring in Canada. Liard River Hot Springs provides relief to Alaskan bound travellers after a long day on the road. The hot springs complex is of national ecological significance and is well known...

James Chabot Provincial Park

Nestled between the towering peaks of the Purcell and Rocky Mountains, this day-use area provincial park is situated at the north end of 15 kilometres long Windermere Lake. A broad, sandy beach backed with open, grassy play areas offers pleasant surroundings for...