Anstey-Hunakwa Provincial Park

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Anstey-Hunakwa Provincial Park is a provincial park in the Shuswap Country of the Southern Interior of British Columbia, Canada. 6,852 hectares in size, the park was established April 18, 2001.[1]

The park aims to protect grizzly, black bear, moose, mule deer, pine marten, and Townsend's big-eared bat. Includes the most extensive undisturbed Interior Cedar Hemlock moist-warm Variant 3.

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Access to the park is by boat at the north end of Anstey Arm on Shuswap Lake. The closest communities are Sicamous, Sorrento and Salmon Arm.

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Coordinates: 51°08′30″N 118°54′55″W / 51.14167°N 118.91528°W / 51.14167; -118.91528