A popular day-use area for locals as well as travelers, Mara Provincial Park is noted for fishing, swimming, boating, and as a family picnic area.
Established Date: May 31, 1938
Park Size: 13 hectares (7 hectares of upland and 6 hectares of foreshore)
Mara Lake is a very popluar lake for waterskiing.
On the south-east side of Mara Lake, accessed via Hwy 97A. The park is 10 km north of the junction of Hwys 97A and 97B. If traveling on Trans Canada Hwy #1, the park is 12 km south of Sicamous.
This park proudly operated by:
Kaloya Contracting Ltd.
(This is not a campsite reservations number)
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