Adams Lake Marine Provincial Park - Poplar Point Site
Attention Visitors – Important Notice!
Spillman Beach and Poplar Point marine access sites remain closed
Both Spillman Beach and Poplar Point marine access sites will remain closed to public use until hazard tree assessments and abatement can occur.
Please check this web page for future updates.
About This Park
A boat-access only beach area with forested upland. No facilities are provided at this site. Poplar Point offers an opportunity for lakeshore camping and day-use in a wilderness marine setting. Adams Lake is noted for fishing and boating. The park protects a portion of Adams Lake beach and an upland forest of Douglas-fir, western redcedar and cottonwoods.
See also Adams Lake Marine Park - Spillman Beach.
Park Size: 32 hectares
Date Established: April 30, 1996
Know Before You Go
- Adams Lake is a large lake and is subject to gusts of strong wind. Note that there are few pullouts available during the high water period of May – June.
- Bring your own drinking water; potable water is not available in the park.
- Visitor Safety Information (park safety, hazards, wildlife safety information, health risks)
Location and Maps
On the east side of Adams Lake, where Bugcamp Creek enters the lake - boat access only. The closest communities, towns and cities are Scotch Creek, Sorrento, Salmon Arm and Kamloops.
Nature and Culture
- Conservation: The park protects a portion of Adams Lake beach and an upland forest of Douglas-fir, western redcedar and cottonwoods.