Trepanier Provincial Park

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Trepanier Park
Summer Afternoon at the Edge of Cameron Lake, in Trepanier Park.png
Summer Afternoon at the Edge of Cameron Lake
Map showing the location of Trepanier Park
Map showing the location of Trepanier Park
Location within British Columbia
Coordinates49°54′53″N 119°51′28″W / 49.91472°N 119.85778°W / 49.91472; -119.85778Coordinates: 49°54′53″N 119°51′28″W / 49.91472°N 119.85778°W / 49.91472; -119.85778
Area2,884 ha (11.14 sq mi)
OperatorBC Parks

Trepanier Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada[1]. This 2,884 hectare park is roughly 24 km west of Kelowna.

Trepanier Provincial Park was established on April 18, 2001, to protect important water, biodiversity and recreation values, including the Trepanier Creek drainage. The park includes the Cameron Lake area which is a small fishing lake pleasantly surrounded by mature forest and regenerating stands. The north and west shorelines have been regenerating after a 1970 wildfire and salvage logging[2].


External links[edit]


  1. ^ "Trepanier Park". BC Geographical Names.
  2. ^ "Trepanier Provincial Park". British Columbia, Ministry of Environment. Retrieved 8 July 2017.