Birdwatching at Scout Island
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Williams Lake


Park in BC (JF Bergeron photo)

Park in BC (JF Bergeron photo)

In Williams Lake, Boitanio Park is a 17ha/42ac stretch of greenspace in the middle of the city. Manicured lawns, fir forests, and gently rolling landspaces provide places to play or relax.

Looking for a nice backdrop? Try the rose gardens, popular with recently wed couples for photos.

Scout Island is a nature sanctuary in Williams Lake that acts as home for a wide variety of birds and small wildlife.

Trails wind through the park’s delicate marshland, and a Nature House provides a chance to learn about the island’s local residents.

Soak in sunshine at the sandy beach, jump in the water for a swim, or pack a lunch for the picnic grounds.

Tweedsmuir Provincial Park (BC’s largest park) and Ts’il?os Provincial Park are two large wilderness areas that offer ample opportunities for outdoor recreation such as hiking, horseback riding and fishing.

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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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