Pennask Lake Provincial Park
Pennask is a high elevation lake that has multiple spring creeks flowing into it. The park takes in two bays at the southeast corner of Pennask Lake. Peterson Bay is a long, narrow bay which provides entry into the main portion of the lake from the park. Chapman Bay is a shallow, confined bay at the north end of the park. The park fronts one kilometre of the lake’s south shore.
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