Arrow Lakes Provincial Park
About This Park
Shelter Bay Site is one of four small sites in Arrow Lake. Park management of the other three sites (Burton, Eagle Creek and Fauqier) is by local community groups.
Upper Arrow and Lower Arrow Lakes are a widening of the Columbia River and lie between the imposing Selkirk Mountains on the east and the Monashee Mountains on the west.
Narrow strips of beachland varying in width from a few metres to several thousand metres are interspersed with rocky headlands and steep cliffs along both shorelines of the lakes. These give way to heavily forested mountain sides that rise rapidly to elevations averaging 2,500 metres on the west and 2,700 metres on the east.
Water-oriented activities dominate the scene. Angling for kokanee, Dolly Varden and rainbow trout is a popular pastime.
Established Date: May 8, 1981
Park Size: 93 hectares; Shelter Bay Site is 21 hectares
Location and Maps
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Nature and Culture
Activities Available at this Park
Pets on Leash
Facilities Available at this Park
There is a cold water tap in the camping area. Taps are shut off during the off-season.
Drinking water will not be available at Shelter Bay for the foreseeable future. Free water and $5 sani-dump is available at Blanket Creek Provincial Park, 15 minutes North of Shelter Bay. If water is needed for washing purposes, visitors may want to bring a small container to carry water from the lake.