Darke Lake Provincial Park

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Darke Lake Park
Moon rises over Darke Lake on a Late Winter Evening.png
Moon rises over Darke Lake Provincial Park on a Late Winter Evening
Map showing the location of Darke Lake Park
Map showing the location of Darke Lake Park
Location within British Columbia
Coordinates49°44′00″N 119°52′00″W / 49.73333°N 119.86667°W / 49.73333; -119.86667Coordinates: 49°44′00″N 119°52′00″W / 49.73333°N 119.86667°W / 49.73333; -119.86667
Area1,470 ha (5.7 sq mi)

Darke Lake Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada located west of Okanagan Lake, southwest of the town of Peachland in that province's Okanagan region. The park is approximately 1,470 hectares (3,600 acres) in size and was established in 1968.[1] Darke Lake, also mapped historically as Fish Lake, is northwest of Summerland and is named after Silas Robert Darke, an early settler in the 1890s.[2][3]



  1. ^ "Darke Lake Park". BC Geographical Names.
  2. ^ "Darke Lake". BC Geographical Names.
  3. ^ "Darke Creek". BC Geographical Names.

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