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Bearhole Lake Provincial Park

Tumbler Ridge, BC View Map

Fishing, cross-country skiing, canoeing, camping (wilderness and vehicle-accessible), hiking, and wildlife viewing are only a few of the many outdoor activities you can partake in at Bearhole Lake Provincial Park. This provincial park has an abundance of wildlife for wildlife viewing such as moose; beavers; and birds including swans and a variety of different warbles. Bearhole Lake Provincial Park with its many outdoor activities, wildlife, and clear water lake has much to offer and enjoy by all who choose to come. Park Size: 12,705 hectares

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Amenities

Biking Available

Biking Available

Boat Launch Nearby

Boat Launch Nearby

Fishing Nearby

Fishing Nearby

Hiking Available

Hiking Available

Mountain Biking Available

Mountain Biking Available

Pit Toilets

Pit Toilets

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Directions

Bearhole Lake Provincial Park is about 25 km east of Tumbler Ridge on the Alberta Plateau. You can get here by going 20 km west along the Kiskatinaw Forest Service Road; the Forestry Road is accessible from the Heritage Highway. Also, please be aware that The Forestry Road is not normally maintained and becomes rutted and slippery after rains; please drive with caution.

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