Sasquatch Provincial Park, Harrison Hot Springs

Explore British Columbia's Sasquatch Provincial Park which is located ten minutes north of the town of Harrison Hot Springs. Visitors can hike, boat, fish, camp and enjoy the great outdoors!. CREDIT: Venture Vancouver, SOURCE: www.venturevancouver.com

Sasquatch Provincial Park is located ten minutes north of the town of Harrison Hot Springs.

STATS

Type:

Park

Season:

Easter

Weather:

All Weather

Time:

2 hours

Cost:

Free

What to bring:

Camera, Binoculars, Sense of Curiosity, Hiking Boots, Bird Book, Wildlife Book

Visit British Columbia's Sasquatch Provincial Park to enjoy a wide range of activities including hiking, camping, swimming, boating and fishing in this 1,217 hectare Park located 10 minutes north of Harrison Hot Springs, British Columbia. Named for the fabled creature which is rumoured to roam its forests, Sasquatch Provincial Park is an ideal locale to spend a few hours, a day or even a week!

Located ten minutes North of the town of Harrison Hot Springs, Sasquatch Provincial Park offers 1,217 hectares of second growth birch forests, pocket lakes and mountainous ridges. Created in 1959, Sasquatch Provincial Park encompassed 20 hectares of space protecting an inland fjord on Harrison Lake and was named Green Point Park - the Park became so popular that in 1968, it was enlarged to its current size, made into a Provincial Park and renamed Sasquatch (for the sightings of Bigfoot which have been reported in the area).

Don't discount the idea of Sasquatches in the Park too quickly - a stop at the visitors centre or a chat with locals offers stories of possible Sasquatch sightings in the region.

Offering a wide range of activities, Sasquatch Provincial Park (map) is an ideal Spring, Summer and Fall locale, visitors can hike, boat, fish and camp (open April 1 - Thanksgiving Long Weekend) within the park boundaries. Birding and spotting the Park's animals is also a popular pastime as Woodpeckers, Bald Eagles, Mountain Goats, Beavers, Deer and Bears (to name a few) frequent the region.

A great place to unwind on a weekend, explore for a day or enjoy on a camping adventure, Sasquatch Provincial Park offers many activities within its boundaries and in the surrounding region. Don't miss the spectacular views of Harrison Lake and explore the unique ecosystems found within the park!

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Sasquatch Provincial Park near Harrison Hot Springs in British Columbia offers a wide range of activities including several hiking trails which wind through second growth forests and along the Park's many lakes and streams.
Explore some of Sasquatch Provincial Park's many hiking trails which go through the region's second growth forests and waterways and offers spectacular views to enjoy near Harrison Hot Spring in British Columbia.
Visitors to Sasquatch Provincial Park near Harrison Hot Springs, British Columbia can partake in many of the Park's interesting activities including fishing, boating and hiking.
Visit Sasquatch Provincial Park (and keep your eye out for the creature the Park is named for!) near Harrison Hot Springs and enjoy many fun activities including hiking, boating, fishing, camping and much more!


Location of Sasquatch Provincial Park, Harrison Hot Springs

Use the interactive map below to locate and explore the areas around Sasquatch Provincial Park, Harrison Hot Springs

From Harrison Hot Springs, go north on Rockwell Drive - from there, follow the Provincial Park signs to the Park entrance


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