White Lake Provincial Park

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White Lake Provincial Park
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Map showing the location of White Lake Provincial Park
Map showing the location of White Lake Provincial Park
Location of White Lake Provincial Park in British Columbia
LocationBritish Columbia, Canada
Nearest citySalmon Arm
Coordinates50°53′20″N 119°15′51″W / 50.88889°N 119.26417°W / 50.88889; -119.26417Coordinates: 50°53′20″N 119°15′51″W / 50.88889°N 119.26417°W / 50.88889; -119.26417
Area266 ha (660 acres)
Established1965
Governing bodyBC Parks

White Lake Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada and is located 10 kilometres northeast of Balmoral, British Columbia. Established in 1965, the park is just west of Cedar Creek Camp, a park owned by the not-for-profit organisation of People In Motion. The lake is popular with anglers fishing for rainbow trout; in terms of angler days, it is one of the top three fishing lakes in the province.[1]

Recreation[edit]

The following recreational activities are available: camping, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, boating, rainbow trout fishing and ice fishing.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "White Lake Provincial Park - BC Parks". www.env.gov.bc.ca. Retrieved 2016-08-09.

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