Aerial view of Lumby
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Park in BC (JF Bergeron photo)

Park in BC (JF Bergeron photo)

Three provincial parks protect a wide diversity of ecosystems and terrain in the Lumby area. The Mabel Lake, Echo Lake and Monashee parks provide recreational opportunities like swimming, camping, canoeing and kayaking, fishing and hiking. Several species of birds, mammals, fish and reptiles can be spotted in the parks.

Mabel Lake Provincial Park

Mabel Lake Provincial Park is perfectly situated for a lesson in transition zone ecology. On the west side of the lake, the drier slopes of the Okanagan Highland, neighbouring on the Okanagan Valley, are covered in ponderosa pine.

On the eastern shore, a dense forest of hemlock, cedar and birch trees surrounds the park as the steep, wet slopes of the Shuswap Highlands range back to the Monashee Mountains.

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Kalamalka Lake Provincial Park - Vernon

8 Km South
Vernon, British Columbia
V1T 6T1

The largely undeveloped park has a natural setting. A sloping, paved trail wanders down to the beautiful private beaches with informative signs that talk about flora & fauna along the trails. In winter, cross-country skiers enjoy the wild beauty here. The park is also a great location for hiking.


Monashee Provincial Park - Vernon

111 Km North Of Vernon
Vernon, British Columbia
V1T 6T1

This undeveloped mountain wilderness is a wonderful adventure for both experienced backcountry hikers & willing beginners alike. Lush green forests grace the valley bottoms & in the spring, alpine meadows blossom with a colourful array of wildflowers. Great location for fishing & bird watching.

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