Dinosaur Lake Rd,
Dinosaur Lake was created when the Peace Canyon Dam was completed in 1980 and named for the fossils of dinosaur footprints that were covered when the area was flooded. Bring your boat as you won't want to miss going upstream to the bottom of the WAC Bennett Dam to look for eagles. Keep your eyes open for the abundant wildlife on the hills and beaver and fish in the lake.
Dry sites, privies, firewood (fee), cooking boxes, picnic tables, picnic area, day
use area, fishing, swimming, boat launch, boat & fishing dock, green space, 3.2 km from Peace Canyon Dam Visitor Centre. Reservations available on website.
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