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Wasa Lake Provincial Park | Wasa Lake, British Columbia

Natural Area, State or Provincial Park
The park is popular for various recreational opportunities. – Don Weixl

A family vacation destination since the 1950s, Wasa Lake village advertises the warmest swimming lake in the area. Wasa Lake Park offers camping, swimming, hiking, cycling, boating and nature viewing opportunities. There is an 8 km (5 mi) wheelchair and bike accessible trail around the lakeshore and a 2.7 km self-guided interpretation trail.

Driving Directions to Key Access Points

This park is located 40 km (25 mi) north of Cranbrook or 102 km (63 mi) south of Radium Hot Springs and 1 km east of Highway 93/95.

Highlights of this State or Provincial Park

In addition to being a popular recreation spot, the park protects a representative grassland ecosystem. Near the northern range of North America's ponderosa pine, these stately trees are set amid blue bunch wheatgrass meadows that provide habitat for a wide diversity of animals and plants.

Key Access Points to this State or Provincial Park

Park access is from Highway 93/95.


Best Seasons or Dates to Visit

Spring, Summer, Fall

Nearby Places