King George VI Provincial Park
About This Park
King George VI Provincial Park protects several species of endangered plants and is home to a variety of wildlife. Old-growth cottonwoods buffer the park from adjacent land use and offer additional habitat for a variety of cavity nesting birds, such as barred owls, pileated woodpeckers and red-naped sapsuckers.
The park was originally established to provide a day-use rest stop and campground for people entering Canada from the United States along Hwy 22. The facilities were vandalized and ultimately removed, and BC Parks has returned it to its natural state.
Established Date: May 3, 1937
Park Size: 161.88 hectares
Know Before You Go
- Bring your own drinking water; potable water is not available in the park.
- Campfires are not permitted.
- There are no developed trails in the park.
- There are no facilities available in this park.