Downing Provincial Park

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Downing Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada, created when Mr. and Mrs. Clair Downing donated their half mile of lake frontage property on Kelly Lake. The park's size, including the 97 acres (390,000 m2) donated by the Downings, is 105 ha. It is located adjacent to the British Columbia Railway line and the Pavilion Mountain Road about 30 km west of Clinton, at the junction with the road to Jesmond and Kostering.

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Coordinates: 51°00′00″N 121°47′00″W / 51.00000°N 121.78333°W / 51.00000; -121.78333