One Island Lake Provincial Park
The park was established 1963.
Established between the Kiskatinaw River and the West Kiskatinaw River, the park provides representation of the Kiskatinaw Plateau ecosection. Moose, white-tail and mule deer, beaver and black bear are also common to the area. The lake is stocked annually with brook and rainbow trout. The park was created mainly for recreational purposes.
The following recreational activities are available: vehicle accessible camping, picnicking, swimming, canoeing and kayaking, boating, SCUBA diving and snorkeling, windsurfing, and waterskiing.
One Island Lake is located 60 kilometres southeast of, and provides drinking water to, Dawson Creek, British Columbia.
59 hectares in size.
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