Browne Lake Provincial Park

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Browne Lake Provincial Park
A Calm Rainy Morning in Late Autumn at Browne Lake Provincial Park.JPG
Late Autumn view
Map showing the location of Browne Lake Provincial Park
Map showing the location of Browne Lake Provincial Park
Location within British Columbia
Coordinates49°49′30″N 119°11′15″W / 49.82500°N 119.18750°W / 49.82500; -119.18750Coordinates: 49°49′30″N 119°11′15″W / 49.82500°N 119.18750°W / 49.82500; -119.18750
Area47 ha (120 acres)
OperatorBC Parks

Browne Lake Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada, located 22 km east-southeast of Kelowna in the Okanagan Highland, near Big White Ski Resort and between the heads of Hydraulic and Grouse Creeks.[1]

The park was established in 2004 by Order-in-Council, to protect the Interior Douglas-fir-Montane Spruce transition forest.[2]

Browne Lake Ecological Reserve, comprising 114 hectares, lies to its northwest, and had been established in 1973, to protect a wet meadow ecosystem and surrounding forest in the Interior Cedar Hemlock zone.[3]


  1. ^ "Browne Lake Park". BC Geographical Names.
  2. ^ "Browne Lake Provincial Park". British Columbia, Ministry of Environment. Retrieved 2015-11-01.
  3. ^ "Browne Lake Ecological Reserve". BC Geographical Names.