Momich Lakes Provincial Park
Description: Momich Lakes Provincial Park is a good choice for outdoor activities of fishing (even ice fishing), boating, and swimming. The park protects the most western larch’s most northern BC existence. Also, in the winter moose and mule deer, as well as a variety of different fish species in the Momich River including but not limited to sockeye salmon and trout. Park Size: 1,605 hectares
Mountain Biking Available
The Park is about 110 kilometres northeast of Kamloops and its location is east of the northern end of Adams lake. However, the nearest towns also include Chase, Scotch Creek, Vavenby, Clearwater. You can get here in one of three ways, but each of these involves gravel logging roads. 1) The route starts at Hwy 5 south of Berrier, and you go via Agate Bay Road and the you continue along the west side and northern end of Adams Lake (80 kilometres). 2) The route starts from the TransCanada Hwy 1 at Squilax and goes to Adams Lake. Roads (95 kilometres). 3) The route starts at Hwy 5 at Vavenby and you go by the before mentioned logging roads (60 kilometres).