Tweedsmuir North Provincial Park is the largest in BC, encompassing
more than 981,000 hectares in the west-central part of the province.
The Ootsa-Whitesail Lakes Reservoir is to the north and northwest,
the Coast Mountains to the west and southwest and to the east is the
River is the natural dividing line between the north and south regions
of Tweedsmuir Provincial Park. Mountain goats, mule deer, moose, bear
and wolves are resident in the forest of lodgepole pine, white spruce
and Engelmann fir. The parks lakes and rivers are home to fish such
as mountain whitefish, rainbow trout, kokanee and burbot. Boating,
angling, camping, hiking, hunting and horseback riding are just some
of the features that bring visitors to Tweedsmuir Provincial Park.
- Wilderness camping is permitted in designated areas. Anchorages,
tent sites, toilets and fire rings are provided.
and Boating - Boating is popular and often provides the only
access to areas within Tweedsmuir North Provincial Park. Angling
for mountain whitefish, rainbow trout, kokanee and burbot may
and Trails - Extensive trails lead the nature enthusiast to
the parks smaller lakes, notable features and vantage points.
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and hunting guides are available within the park.