Alice Lake Provincial Park

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Alice Lake at twilight

Alice Lake Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada.

History and conservation[edit]

Alice Lake, was named for the wife of Charles Rose who settled in the district about 1888. It was a popular recreation spot for local residents even before the park was established in 1956. It has campsites, a vast day use area, and several hiking and mountain biking trails.

Small mammals and birds such as squirrels, chipmunks, raccoons, Steller's Jays, crows and osprey can often be seen in the park.

Location[edit]

Approximately 13 kilometres north of Squamish, British Columbia.

Size[edit]

396 hectares

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 49°47′N 123°07′W / 49.783°N 123.117°W / 49.783; -123.117 (Alice Lake Provincial Park)