Ed Bird – Estella Lakes Provincial Park
History and conservation
This park was traditionally used by First Nations people.
Before becoming a provincial park on April 11, 2001 it was a forest recreation site and was later made into a protected area.
Hunting, fishing, and snowmobiling are allowed within the park grounds.
The park is 55.87 square kilometres in size.
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