Canim Beach Provincial Park is a 6 hectare park located near 100 Mile House. Its situation on the shores of Canim Lake offers views across the lake to the Quesnel Highlands sloping upwards to the massive Cariboo Mountains.
Canim Lake is one of the larger lakes in the Cariboo, and is popular for fishing, paddling, swimming, picnicking and water skiing. The area features include Canim Falls at the east end of the lake in Wells Gray Provincial Park, and picturesque views of the surrounding mountains.
Park Size: 6 hectares
Canim Lake and other lakes in the area are popular for fishing. Anyone fishing or angling in British Columbia must have an appropriate licence.
The park is located approximately 43 km northeast of 100 Mile House via the paved Canim Lake Road off Highway 97. The closest community is Forest Grove where gas, groceries, and a restaurant are located. For a more detailed map, please refer to topographical map number: 1:50,000 92P/15
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