walking trails are provided. For those who want to go off the beaten
path, be sure to carry a compass and tell someone where you are going.
parks connect Merritt, Princeton and Keremeos and are located off
of Highways 3 and 5A.
144 hectare park is located 38 km south of Merritt.
It is in the center of BC's cattle country where open forests and
sloping grasslands are typical of the area. A 61 site campground provides
water, firewood and toilets. A cartop boat launch makes easy access
to the lakes where fishing for
rainbow trout can prove rewarding. Four km of walking trails provide
access to the lakeshore and the park's scenic surroundings.
park is located west of the Cascade Mountains, 22 km northwest
of Princeton. The mining history
of the area makes sight-seeing an interesting activity. There are
45 campsites available with toilets located nearby. There are 2 boat
launches provided. Fishing and water skiing are favorite activities
on the lake.
Rock Park & Stemwinder Park
Both parks are located on the Similkameen River along Highway 3, east
of Princeton. Bromley Rock Park has 17 camsites and a large day use
facility with water, wood and toilets provided. The area is perfect
for swimming, picnics, fishing, canoeing and hiking. Stemwinder Park
has 27 campsites with toilets, water and firewood provided. It is also
an excellent place for canoeing,
fishing and picnicking.
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