Bonaparte Provincial Park
Set on the Bonaparte Plateau, a huge mid-elevation plateau lake setting, with zero roads. There is hiking canoeing, wildlife viewing, hunting, and adventure tourism which allow for high amounts of wilderness recreation. Additionally, there are wild fish stocks and the ability to fly fish in one of our four fly fishing resorts. There are many trails and camping; however, it is only very rustic camping so you mush be prepared for wilderness camping and must be self-sufficient. Besides that there are 2 cabins, at Hiakwah lake, that are rustic and intended for use by the Kamloops Snowmobile Association and associated snowmobilers. All other lodges in this park are privet and so are not for public uses. This park also has winter recreation. Finally, in this area there is unique geological features including the volcanic plug of Skoatl Point and Stockton Hill south of Bare Lake. Park Size: 11,833 hectares
Cabins or Cottages
The Park is about 55 km northwest of Kamloops placed on the Bonaparte Plateau south of Bonaparte Lake. The park is accessed via logging roads up Jamieson Creek, which is 25 km north of Kamloops on the Westsyde road; however, roads are limited. There is access by floatplane and horse. Commercial airlines require a Park Use Permit, but privet use for float planes does not require this. Snowmobiles are allowed in specific areas, nevertheless there is limited mechanized access.