Diana Lake Provincial Park
About This Park
This park offers a wide variety of water-oriented activities. Sunbathing,
swimming and canoeing are popular activities at this lakefront park.
It also has a fascinating nature trail that winds through lush coastal
rainforest. All five species of Pacific salmon, as well as steelhead,
rainbow trout and dolly varden can be found in the lakes and creeks
around this park. Observe spawning salmon in Diana Creek during August
The day-use area is open from May 15th to September 15th and the entrance gate is locked daily from 11pm to 7am.
Park Size: 233 hectares
Please note: Drinking water is no longer provided in this park. Please bring your own, or treat water appropriately before drinking.