This park contains several important cultural sites for the Skeetchestn First Nation. Please be respectful of these protected sites if you come across them in the park.
Cliffs, canyons, dry ridges, old growth Douglas fir, pockets of high elevation grassland, a small lake and marshland are part of Mount Savona Park. The park has the highest (elevational) known occurrence of fame flower that grows on Kamloops lavas at specific elevations.
The Fame flower (talinum sediforme) is found scattered and infrequent in the Okanagan and Thompson areas. The flower likes the dry exposed slopes and ledges at the low and mid elevations. The flowers are usually white but may have a pink or yellow tinge. There are five petals. The leaves are a fleshy, waxy looking, green, somewhat circular and form a ground covering similar to a mat. The flowers usually grow in clusters of three to nine individual flowers. The Fame flower blooms late May through July.