Top of the World Provincial Park


Camping is permitted in two different locations in Top of the World Provincial Park: at Fish Lake; and at the campsite on Coyote Creek. At Fish Lake there is a cabin accommodating 14-18 people; this is available for overnight use, on a first-come, first-served basis with stove included (fees of $15 per person or $30 per family are levied). However, please note that firewood is not provided from Oct-Mar. Use extreme caution when cutting wood. There are numerous designated campsites( $5 per person) located at Fish Lake. Please use the sanitary facilities that are supplied so that lake pollution can be prevented. The cabin is to be left in a tidy condition. Do not split firewood inside the cabin. No pets or smoking is allowed inside the cabin. Trees, dead or alive, are not to be cut for any reason.


Traditionally, most people who come to Top of the World Provincial Park have done so to angle for the cutthroat and Dolly Varden that thrive in Fish Lake. Cutthroat average 20 cm and Dolly Varden come in at 30 cm. There is a bait ban in effect at present. Angling with flies and lures is permitted. There are special regulations covering fishing in this park which must be followed so that all visitors will be able to enjoy the park as much as possible: During June and until July 15, cutthroat trout are spawning; gently release, unharmed, all dark-coloured trout during this period.