Gladstone Provincial Park
The park was established July 1995. Gladstone Park includes the former Ole Johnson and Texas Creek parks.
The park aims to protect blue-listed California bighorn sheep, Grizzly bear and the red-listed Northern leopard frog.
The following recreational activities are encouraged: Camping, hiking (there are over 48 km of trails in the park), fishing (for Kokanee, Rainbow Trout and Small-mouth Bass), swimming, canoeing and kayaking.
Located 20 kilometres northeast of Grand Forks, British Columbia on Hwy 3 at the north end of Christina Lake in the Monashee Mountains.
39,387 hectares in size.
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