This 140 hectare park is located on the north shore of Purden Lake.
Nearby are the Cariboo Mountains to the south and the McGregor Range
of the Rocky Mountains to the north.
Lake Provincial Park
is located in the Fraser Basin where visitors will find a remarkably
diverse range of vegetation on the glacial drift that blankets the landscape.
White spruce, lodgepole pine, Douglas, alpine and sub-alpine fir, willow,
alder and birch thrive here. During the summer months Indian paintbrush
and lupine add splashes of colour.The diverse nature of this area makes
a perfect home for a wide variety of mammals, birds and waterfowl including
beaver, snowshoe hares, porcupines, bald eagles and the loon.
- The campground consists of 78 sites including 7 double units and
12 tent sites. Water, firewood and toilets are located near each site.
An adventure playground, horseshoe pits, changehouses, a picnic area
with shelter and a sani-station are also provided.
and Boating - A boat launch is located near the campground.
Angling for rainbow trout and burbot can be a productive pastime.
and Trails - Lakeside walking trails provide a closer glimpse
into the scenic beauty of this area.
propane, boat rentals, a restaurant and other necessary supplies can
be found at Purden Lake Resort located on Highway 16, 5 km east of
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