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Shuswap Lake Marine Provincial Park, Sicamous

Trans-Canada Hwy 1
Sicamous, British Columbia
V0E 2V0
Websitehttp://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/shu_lk_m/
Phone250-836-2958

One of the most popular lakes in BC, has 26 access areas to the park, 3 areas allow vehicle access, the rest boat access only. Mostly walk-in sites, day use area, pit toilets, beach areas, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, boat launch, fishing, scuba diving, windsurfing.

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Silver Beach Provincial Park, Anglemont

Trans-Canada Hwy 1
Anglemont, British Columbia
V0E 1A0
Websitehttp://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/silver_bch/
Phone250-836-2958

On the north end of Seymour Arm on Shuswap Lake. Day use area, pit toilets, fire rings, beach area, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, biking, windsurfing, waterskiing.

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  • $ 1 - 19
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  • $ 40 +
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Silver Lake Provincial Park, Hope

Trans-Canada Hwy 1
Hope, British Columbia
V0X 1L0
Websitehttp://www.seatoskyparks.com
Phone604-986-9371

This park is a small, undeveloped lakefront area where visitors can enjoy fishing, picnicking & boating. Day use area, wheelchair access, drinking water, pit toilets, firepits, hiking, canoeing, kayaking & boat launch.

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Skagit Valley Provincial Park, Hope

Trans-Canada Hwy 1
Hope, British Columbia
V0X 1L0
Websitehttp://www.seatoskyparks.com
Phone604-986-9371

The Skagit Valley provides excellent outdoor recreation opportunities in a natural, wilderness setting. Group camping & day use area. Wheelchair access, drinking water, pit toilets, firepits, hiking, playground, beach area, canoeing, kayaking, boat launch, fishing & horseback riding.

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  • $ 40 +
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Smelt Bay Provincial Park, Cortes Island

Cortes Island
Cortes Island, British Columbia
V0P 1K0
Websitehttp://www.rlcparks.ca
Toll-free 800-689-9025 (reservations)
Phone250-474-1336

Spacious, wooded campsites near pebbled beach shoreline; day use area; drinking water; pit toilets; firepits; walking trails; beach area; swimming; canoeing; kayaking; boat launch; scuba diving; windsurfing; reservations accepted.

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  • $ 1 - 19
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  • $ 30 - 39
  • $ 40 +
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Sowchea Bay Provincial Park, Fort St. James

Hwy 27
Fort St. James, British Columbia
V0J 1P0
Websitehttp://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/sowchea/
Phone250-964-3489

Situated on Stuart Lake, popular for fishing & boating. Drinking water, pit toilets, fire rings, boat launch, windsurfing, water skiing, no day use area - use Paarens Beach park for day-use activities.

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  • $ 40 +
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Stamp River Provincial Park, Port Alberni

Hwy 4
Port Alberni, British Columbia
V9Y 7M3
Websitehttp://www.rlcparks.ca
Toll-free 800-689-9025 (reservations)
Phone250-474-1336

Well known for the annual run of Pacific Salmon from Sept-Dec, moving up the fish ladders on their way to spawning beds; day use area; pit toilets; fire pits; walking trails; fishing.

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  • $ 1 - 19
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  • $ 30 - 39
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Stemwinder Provincial Park, Princeton

Hwy 3
Princeton, British Columbia
V0X 1W0
Websitehttp://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/stemwinder/
Toll-free 800-689-9025
Phone604-668-5953

Located on the Similkameen River, a popular spot for picnicking & anglers. Some wheelchair access, drinking water, pit toilets, fire rings & fishing.

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Stone Mountain Provincial Park, Fort Nelson

Km 595 Alaska Hwy
Fort Nelson, British Columbia
V0C 1R0
Websitehttp://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/stone_mt/
Phone250-776-7000

Hikers can view mountain valleys with alpine meadows & lakes, walk-in sites, day use areas, drinking water, pit toilets, boat launch, fishing, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, biking, horseback riding with pre-approved permit.

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Strathcona Provincial Park, Campbell River

41040 Gold River Hwy
Campbell River, British Columbia
V9W 5C5
Websitehttp://www.rlcparks.ca
Toll-free 800-689-9025 (reservations)
Phone250-474-1336

Buttle Lake & Ralph River campgrounds offer serene base camps, where one can spend days on any of the 52 km of hiking trails that venture into the wilderness mountains of Strathcona; reservations accepted. The rest of the park is largely undeveloped & appeals primarily to people seeking wilderness surroundings. To see & enjoy much of the scenic splendor requires hiking or backpacking into the alpine regions.

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