Bowron Lakes Provincial Park
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Cariboo Chilcotin Coast


South Chilcotin Mountains  (Canadian Tourism Commission photo)

South Chilcotin Mountains (Canadian Tourism Commission photo)

Rolling grasslands, snow-capped mountains, lush forests and pristine lakes – there are hundreds of parks in BC to explore.

The ecologically diverse terrain of the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast region spans a plateau set between the Pacific Ocean in the west and the Cariboo Mountain Range in the east. 

Whether it's a week in a canoe gliding through the world famous Bowron Lakes chain or an afternoon on horseback in the Rainbow Mountains, visitors to the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast will find it an engaging experience. The diverse ecosystems foster prolific populations of moose, deer, bears, coyote, fox, beaver, small mammals, songbirds and waterfowl.

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Bowron Lake Canoe Circuit - Bowron Lake

Hwy 26
Bowron Lake, British Columbia
V0C 2G0

The park offers a world-renowned canoe circuit encompassing over 100 km of lakes, waterways & portages; 54 wilderness campsites & 25 vehicle accessible campsites available. Those attempting the canoe circuit must have some wilderness canoeing experience. Animals are prohibited on the canoe circuit.


Nazko Lake Provincial Park - Alexis Creek

NW Of Alexis Creek
Alexis Creek, British Columbia
V0L 1A0

Nazko Lake Provincial Park provides canoeing, fishing, camping & wildlife viewing in a natural environment, while protecting extensive wetlands. This is a wilderness park, offering a 2 to 3 day wilderness canoe circuit, along with 2 rustic, vehicle access campgrounds.


South Chilcotin Mountains Provincial Park - Gold Bridge

10 Km West Of Gold Bridge
Gold Bridge, British Columbia
V0K 1P0

Visitors will have an outstanding wilderness experience with interconnecting trail systems through valleys & ridges. Over 150 km of trails offer an excellent variety of loop trips of varying difficulty & distances for hikers, horse riders & mountain bikers.


Ts'il?os Provincial Park - Williams Lake

160 Km SW Of Williams Lake
Williams Lake, British Columbia
V2G 5C5

The park is comprised of rugged mountains, clear blue lakes, glaciers, alpine meadows & waterfalls. This remote area offers back country hiking & camping. Chilko Lake, the largest, natural high elevation freshwater lake in Canada, is popular with boaters, kayakers & anglers. Horseback riding is permitted. Please visit our website for more details.


Tweedsmuir (South) Provincial Park - Williams Lake

Hwy 20 400 Km West Of Williams Lake
Williams Lake, British Columbia
V2G 5C5

Tweedsmuir South is a magnet for outdoor recreationists. Activities include angling, hiking, horseback riding on wilderness trails, camping & canoeing the Turner Lake Chain. A major attraction on Turner Lake is the 260 m Hunlen Falls plunging into Atnarko River.

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