Fossli Provincial Park
Fossli Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada, located on Stirling Arm of Sproat Lake on Vancouver Island. The 52-hectare park, west of Port Alberni, is accessible by water or private logging road. It has few services, but has a 30-minute hiking trail to an old homestead site. The homestead belonged to Helen and Armour Ford, who donated the land for the park to the province in 1974. Saint Andrew's Creek runs through the park, and is a fall spawning ground for coho salmon.
- Alberni Environmental Coalition (1999). Alberni Valley Hiking Trails. p. 31.
- "Fossli Park". BC Geographical Names.
- BC Parks. Fossli Provincial Park
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