Park in BC (JF Bergeron photo)
Parks near Logan Lake are marked by well-defined trails through grasslands and forests, spectacular views of nearby valleys, and access to fishing lakes.
Tunkwa Lake Provincial Park is just 6km/3.7mi from Logan Lake on the Tunkwa Lake Road. For locals, ATV riding in parks is a popular recreational activity and a way to get around.
Tunkwa Lake Provincial Park
In Tunkwa Lake Provincial Park, two large man-made lakes, Tunkwa and Leighton, are well-stocked with trout, making this park one of the top 10 provincial rainbow trout fisheries. Camping, fishing and horseback riding are popular recreational activities in the park, while winter brings cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.
Tunkwa Lake park has some of the most popular ATV riding terrain in the region. ATV access is limited to designated trails, which are used for snowmobiling in winter. A staging area bordering the North Leighton Campground is also set aside for ATV use. However, ATVs are prohibited within the campground boundaries. Trails lead out in several directions from the staging area. Access to the trails is also available from nearby Tunkwa Lake Resort.
Contact the Logan Lake Visitor Centre for more information about ATV riding in Tunkwa Lake Provincial Park.