Heather-Dina Lakes Provincial Park
This newly designated park is located along the eastern edge of Williston Lake, approximately 25km north of Mackenzie, British Columbia. The park is comprised of mature, mixed forest and is dotted with numerous, small lakes. Visitors are able to camp, fish, canoe, hike, and view wildlife within a beautiful wilderness setting. Frequently sited wildlife species include moose, black bear, deer, beaver, grouse, eagle, and the common loon. Two primitive campground/day-use areas are located at Heather Lake and Dina Lake, respectively. Park Size: 5,786 hectares
Boat Launch Nearby
RV Sites Available
Tent Sites Available
Winter Camping Available
Along the eastern edge of Williston Lake, approximately 25 km north of Mackenzie. The Parship West Forest Service Road (PWFSR) can be reached from highway 39 by heading north from the closet community of Mackenzie for approximately 10 km. There are two main entry points into the park, both of which are accessed from PWFSR. The gravel road is suitable for most two-wheel drive vehicles during the summer, but four-wheel drive vehicles are recommended during wet weather. A sign near he 25 km marker of the PWFSR indicates the turnoff to Heather Lake and the site is located less than 1 km from the turnoff. The Dina Lake site is also marked with a sign and is located approximately 31 km on the PWFSR.