Established April 1996 as a result of recommendations made in the Kamloops Land and Resources Management Plan.
Remnants of Kekuli pit dwellings remain on site. Many other structures were located here, including tunnels between dwellings, underground ovens, and river-facing entrances, although most have been destroyed by recent agriculture activities. Contains the route of the Brigade Trail from the fur-trading era.
An important treed river riparian area on the South Thompson River. The South Thompson has internationally important salmon runs, with salmon habitat upstream from this park.
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