Rolley Lake Provincial Park

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Rolley Lake Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada. It is located on Rolley Lake in the Stave Falls area of Mission, British Columbia. The area was used by the Sto:lo, homesteaded in 1888 by James and Fanny Rolley, and later used for logging operations. The park now provides campsites, use of the lake, and hiking, with an area of 115 hectares (280 acres).[1]

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  1. ^ Rolley Lake Provincial Park, BC Parks (accessed 2016-02-04).

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Coordinates: 49°14′35″N 122°23′13″W / 49.243°N 122.387°W / 49.243; -122.387