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Seeley Lake Provincial Park
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Hand pump is currently out of service
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About This Park
The Hazelton Mountains form a beautiful backdrop for this well-maintained campground. It is a peaceful place to enjoy a relaxing overnight stay with camping, picnicking, swimming and fishing.
Seeley Lake Park offers a small, sandy beach on the lake to visitors for day-use and swimming. Picnic tables and toilets are available.
Established Date: March 16, 1956
Park Size: 24 hectares
Know Before You Go
- A marsh harbours a variety of nesting birds, mammals and reptiles. Visitors are asked to respect this habitat by minimizing disturbance.
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Nature and Culture
- History: This park was established March 16, 1956.
- Cultural Heritage: Seelely Lake Park lies within the asserted traditional territory of the Gitxsan First Nation. Within the park there are a number of features that are of cultural significance to the Gitxsan. Visitors are encouraged to visit the K’san Historical Village in Hazelton to learn more about Gitxsan culture and history.
- Conservation: Seeley Lake is located within the Nass Ranges Ecosection, and the interior cedar hemlock biogeoclimatic zone. Its special feature is the marsh and wetland habitat surrounding Seeley Lake. Ecologically, this is a sensitive area and provides important habitat for a variety of waterfowl including loons, geese, ducks, as well as mammals such as beavers, muskrats and moose.
- Wildlife: Bird watchers can enjoy some quiet time on the marsh-viewing platform overlooking Seeley Lake. You will find a wide variety of species in the marsh and woods nearby.