Indigenous presence in the area is confirmed by the many culturally-modified trees and evidence of pit houses. An abandoned logging camp is situated behind the beach on Momich Lake.
The park encompasses frontage on Adams Lake, three small lakes, associated wetlands, the Momich River and its flood plain. The park protects the most northerly occurrence of western larch in the province, as well as winter ranges for moose and mule deer. Sockeye salmon and native stocks of trout and other fish species are present in the Momich River.
Wildlife viewing opportunities for beaver, muskrat, osprey, moose, mule deer and black bear.
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