British Columbia Travel Guide
The unofficial BC Travel & Tourism Guide

Arrow Lakes - Provincial Park

Arrow Lakes Provincial Park sits on the shores of Upper Arrow Lake, and is dramatically situated between the heavily glaciated Monashee Mountains to the west and the Selkirk range to the east. It is ...

Blanket Creek

Blanket Creek - Provincial Park

Centered on a historical homestead where Blanket Creek flows into the Columbia River, Blanket Creek Provincial Park is one of four provincial parks on the Arrow Lake Reservoir. Situated on the edge ...

Elk Lakes

Elk Lakes - Provincial Park

South of Banff Nationalpark and Assiniboine Provincial Park sits another jewel in the crown of the Canadian Rockies, 17,245 hectare Elk Lakes Provincial Park. The scenery of Elk Lakes Provincial ...


Glacier - National Park

Glacier National Park is part of the Columbia Mountains, the world's only temperate inland rainforest. Together with Mount Revelstoke National Park and Yoho National Park they offer geographically ...

Goat Range

Goat Range - Provincial Park

Nestled between large low elevation lakes in the West Kootenay region of southern British Columbia, Goat Range Provincial Park is a dramatic wilderness area. It encompasses a wide range of ...


Jasper - National Park

Jasper National Park is set amongst some of the most beautiful mountain scenery in the world, in the largest of the Rocky Mountain National Parks. The area is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage ...

Kokanee Creek

Kokanee Creek - Provincial Park

As one of the most popular stops in the West Kootenays, visitors to this 235 hectares park are treated to a good combination of wilderness beauty and well-serviced camping. The park’s namesake ...

Kokanee Glacier

Kokanee Glacier - Provincial Park

One of the oldest and most beloved of mountain wilderness areas in the provincial park system is Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park. Established in 1922, the park’s high alpine bowls, cirques and ...


Kootenay - National Park

Kootenay National Park was established in 1920 and represents with its 140,600 hectares the south-western region of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Experience amazing contrasts, towering summits, ...

Mount Revelstoke

Mount Revelstoke - National Park

Mount Revelstoke National Park is one of the few places in Canada where it is possible to drive right into a subalpine meadow. From dense old-growth rainforest of giant cedar and pine, travel up ...

Mount Robson

Mount Robson - Provincial Park

As one of the oldest parks in British Columbia, Mountain Robson is home to the Canadian Rocky Mountain range's highest peak at 3954 meters, the head waters of the Fraser River, and one of the few ...

Purcell Wilderness Conservancy

Purcell Wilderness Conservancy - Provincial Park

The Purcell Wilderness Conservancy Park is nearly pristine mountain landscape and the only intact ecosystem in southeastern BC. It embraces six large drainages flowing east to the Columbia River ...


Syringa - Provincial Park

Located 19 km northwest of Castlegar on Highway 3A this provincial park is a popular family retreat. Some of its campsites can be reserved. Its well-established facilities on the southeast end of ...

Toad River Hot Springs

Toad River Hot Springs - Provincial Park

Located 160 km west of Nelson this park is accessible by trail, boat or helicopter.The hot springs of Toad River have excellent wildlife viewing opportunities as animals supplement their diet with ...

Top of the World

Top of the World - Provincial Park

Sitting amongst colourful meadows, and breathing crisp mountain air, the immense wilderness of the Kootenay Ranges of the southern Rocky Mountains fan out before you. To the west, beyond the Columbia ...


Valhalla - Provincial Park

Located on the west shore of Slocan Lake, north of Castlegar this park shelters a variety of wildlife in the Selkirk Mountain Region. Wilderness camping is allowed but restricted to designated sites ...

Victor Lake

Victor Lake - Provincial Park

Located 15 km from Revelstoke this park does not have public access. Park size: 14.7 hectares


Wardner - Provincial Park

Located 15 km southwest of Jaffrey, Wardner Provincial Park offers a day-use area for hiking, fishing, boating and swimming around Wardner Lake. Park size: 4 hectares

Wasa Lake

Wasa Lake - Provincial Park

Located 35 km northwest of Kimberley, Wasa Lake Provincial Park has been a well-established favourite family retreat since 1955 with recreational access to the warmest lake of the Kootenays. Campsite ...

West Arm

West Arm - Provincial Park

This park follows the shore of Kootenay Lake east of Nelson. It is largely undeveloped and provides wilderness camping opportunities only. An unmaintained historic trail leads through prime bear ...

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