Bridge Lake Park was greatly enlarged from 11 hectares as a result of the Cariboo-Chilcotin Land Use Plan Goal 2 (Special Feature) process.

The park contains a small campground located on the south end of Bridge Lake near the community of the same name. The area is important for local recreation and resorts, which use the area as a day hiking site. Hiking, wildlife viewing and horseback riding occurs on the old logging and skid roads, which are overgrown and make excellent trails. Canoeing, swimming, boating and fishing are popular along the shoreline, which is quite open and has several small bays and inlets.

The park protects a large area of undeveloped shoreline and all islands in the lake but one. The lake and adjacent stands of Douglas fir and spruce has several bald eagle nests and active beaver colonies, and provides habitat for numerous species of birds, black bear, fox, coyote, mule deer, mink and river otter. The lake contains rainbow trout, kokanee, lake char and burbot, eagerly sought by anglers.

The park is located approximately 50 kilometres east of 100 Mile House.

AmenitiesRecreation
Accessible Facilities
Boat Launch
Canoe, Kayak or Paddleboat Rentals
Controlled Access
Cottage or Cabin Rentals
Drinking Water
Dumping Station
Firewood
Flush Toilets
Gasoline
Group Camping
Ice
Laundromat
Pets Permitted
Pit Toilets
Propane
Pull Thru Sites
Restaurant or Snack Bar
RV or Trailer Rentals
Showers
Store
Tenting Area
Wifi
Badminton
Baseball
Basketball
Biking
Canoeing or Kayaking
Day Use
Fishing
Golf
Hiking Trails
Horseback Riding
Horseshoes
Hot Tub
Picnic Area
Playground
Recreation Hall
Shuffleboard
Swimming - Indoor Pool
Swimming - Lake, River or Beach
Swimming - Outdoor Pool
Table Tennis
Tennis Courts
Volleyball
Winter Activities

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