The beautiful Crooked River Provincial Park is located north of Prince
George, British Columbia, in the Fraser River Basin.
many popular beaches withinCrooked River Provincial Park that
were created thousands of years ago when the weight of the tremendous
glaciers moving through the area ground the rocks and boulders into sand.
The lakes in the area are a result of the melting of these glaciers.
forest cover consists mainly of lodgepole pine, alder, birch, spruce
and aspen, within which live a variety of animal and birdlife.
- There is a 90 unit campground within the park, each containing a picnic
table and fire pit. Water, firewood and toilets are provided. A sani-station,
change house and picnic shelter are located
near the campground.
and Boating - Crooked River, Squaw Lake and Hart
Lake are popular with both canoeists and anglers. Here, the
avid fisherman may try his luck fishing for the rainbow trout.
Power boats are not permitted within the park. The magnificent trumpeter
swan visits the Crooked River during the winter months.
and Trails - There are nine kilometres of trails in Crooked River
Provincial Park where outdoor enthusiasts can discover the beautiful
area and its abundant wildlife. It is not uncommon to encounter birds
such as the bald eagle, osprey and chickadees as well as the red fox,
beaver, muskrat, squirrels and chipmunks.
away is the community of Bear Lake where food, gas, accommodation and
other necessary supplies are available.
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