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Pine Le Moray Provincial Park

Number of Sites: 24

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Tucked amidst the rugged Hart Ranges of the Rocky Mountains, Pine Le Moray Provincial Park and Protected Area provides scenic splendor and a welcome retreat for visitors travelling the Hart Highway. The camping area is located adjacent to Heart Lake and is a picturesque and tranquil location. The Grassy beach is great for setting up the family to enjoy your lake activities for the day. try your luck for rainbow or brook trout as you paddle the smooth water or take a wilderness hike to the alpine. This small campground is great for tenting and small RV camping. This lake is for motor free boats only, which will ensure a quiet relaxing stay. There is a small day use area set up with two picnic tables and a grassy beach. There are numerous small campsites containing a fire pit and a picnic table per site. There is no potable water. Park Size: 43,245 hectares

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Chetwynd, BC
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Amenities

Dog Friendly

Dog Friendly

Fishing Nearby

Fishing Nearby

Mountain Biking Available

Mountain Biking Available

RV Sites Available

RV Sites Available

Swimming Available

Swimming Available

Tent Sites Available

Tent Sites Available

Directions

Pine Le Moray Provincial Park and Protected Area is located on the east and west slopes of the continental divide, 71 km southwest of Chetwynd and 50 km northeast of McLeod Lake on Hwy 97. The park’s northern and northwestern boundary is adjacent to Highway 97 near Pine Pass. The park can also be accessed via a forest service road on the east side along Le Moray Creek.