About the Park

This park is a popular stopover for tourists travelling the Alaskan Highway and wanting to enjoy the second largest hot spring in Canada. The park is well known for its hot springs in a natural forest setting and lush plant life due to the warmth of the springs.


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Contact

Kootenay Forest Services

Phone: 250-776-7000
E-mail: [email protected]
www.bcparks.ca

Facilities

53 campsites, day-use area, picnic tables, playground, a natural hot spring pool, change houses and pit toilets.

Location

Km 765 of the Alaskan Highway, 317 km northwest of Fort Nelson.

Size

1,082 ha.

Available activities & amenities at this park ↓

Park Amenities


  • Vehicle accessible camping facilities

  • Picnic sites

  • Wheelchair accessible

  • Pit Toilets

  • Campfires allowed

  • Playground

  • Pets must be on leash

Park Activities


  • Swimming

  • Hiking

  • Bicycling

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