White Ridge Provincial Park

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White Ridge Provincial Park
Map showing the location of White Ridge Provincial Park
Map showing the location of White Ridge Provincial Park
Location of White Ridge Provincial Park in British Columbia
LocationBritish Columbia, Canada
Nearest cityGold River
Coordinates49°46′42″N 125°58′25″W / 49.77833°N 125.97361°W / 49.77833; -125.97361Coordinates: 49°46′42″N 125°58′25″W / 49.77833°N 125.97361°W / 49.77833; -125.97361
Area1,343 ha (3,320 acres)
Governing bodyBC Parks

White Ridge Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada, and is located 4 km east of Gold River on Vancouver Island.

Geography[edit]

Adjoined to Strathcona Provincial Park, White Ridge forms the backdrop for the town of Gold River. It got its name from the white limestone and karst topography of the area.

Recreation[edit]

Hiking and wilderness camping are permitted within park boundaries. There may also be potential for caving in the area.

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