Located around 125 km northeast of Kamloops in south central British Columbia, Adams Lake Marine Park is a wilderness area with excellent boating and fishing opportunities.
The park consists of three marine sites:
Featuring some of the best beaches on Adams Lake, this area includes an alluvial fan and the lower reaches of Spillman Creek. Away from the beaches, it offers a mix of pine forest, birch, cottonwoods, and western red cedar. There are also small pockets of grassland and shrubs.
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Accessible only by boat, Poplar Point offers opportunities for lakeshore camping and day-use in a marine wilderness setting. This area includes beaches as well as an upland forest area.
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Refuge Bay is one of the few secure boat landing sites on the north end of Adams Lake. It provides vehicle and boat access to camping opportunities suitable for visitors with backcountry experience.
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Also nearby is the Bush Creek Site of Adams Lake Park. To learn more, visit the Bush Creek page.