Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park
Number of Sites: 53
The hot springs complex is of national ecological significance and is well known for its natural setting in a lush boreal spruce forest. Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park is a popular stop over for tourists and is the second largest hot springs in Canada. The park is well known for its hot springs in a natural forest setting and lush plant life due to the warmth of the springs. There is a day-use area, picnic tables, playground, a natural hot springs pool, and change houses. Park Size: 1,082 hectares
Mountain Biking Available
RV Sites Available
Tent Sites Available
Water Available On Site
Located at Kilometre 765 of the Alaska Hwy, approximately 60 km north of Muncho Lake Provincial Park and 317 km northwest of Fort Nelson.