Freshet – Risk of Flooding

Due to the combination of snowpack and warm weather in the Cariboo-Chilcotin and Kootenay-Okanagan, there is increased risk of flooding and debris flow over the freshet period. The public is advised to use caution when using BC Parks in these regions.

Get further flood updates at: River Forecast Centre.

Customers with camping reservations in a park affected by a closure will be contacted directly by the Discover Camping Reservation Service. For information about camping reservations, please contact the Discover Camping Call Centre at 1 800 689-9025.

park is currently closed = park is currently closed
park is partially closed = park is partially closed

Currently Affected Parks

Park Advisory Advisory Date
Evanoff Provincial Park Rushing water conditions – USE EXTREME CAUTION August 6, 2020
Bowron Lake Provincial Park Flooding on the Bowron Lake Canoe Circuit July 23, 2020
Roche Lake Provincial Park Roche Lake West Campground road closed until further notice June 15, 2020
Roche Lake Provincial Park Horseshoe Lake Road access closed due to washout June 9, 2020
Purcell Wilderness Conservancy Provincial Park Earl Grey Pass Trail closed at Clint Creek Bridge June 8, 2020
Top of the World Provincial Park Due to a washout, Lussier Forest Service Road to Top of the World Provincial Park is currently impassable at 38.5km June 8, 2020
Kilby Provincial Park This park is fully closed until further notice, due to high waters June 2, 2020
Columbia Lake Provincial Park Due to recent flooding events, Columbia Lake Provincial Park and all facilities will be closed until further notice June 1, 2020
Tsútswecw Provincial Park Flooding on Island Loop trails in Tsútswecw Provincial Park May 28, 2020
Herald Provincial Park Margaret Falls Trail closed until further notice May 7, 2020
Sasquatch Provincial Park No access to Sasquatch Park due to a road failure February 1, 2020
Skaha Bluffs Provincial Park Caution – Washout at Gillies Creek FSR/Ward 1 trails intersection March 4, 2019