This 41,221 hectare park was established in January of 2001. Three large lakes border the park: Trembleur to the northeast; Cunningham to the southwest; and, the north arm of Stuart Lake forms the southeast boundary. Road access to the general area is by the Cunningham Forest Service Road but there is no developed road into the park. There are no facilities in the park.
Rubyrock Lake Park in characterized by broken terrain dotted with numerous small lakes and wetlands. These diverse habitats include important ungulate winter range, waterfowl migration stopover and nesting grounds, and support a wide range of wildlife species. fish species in the area include kokanee, lake char, rainbow trout, burbot, as well as a small run of sockeye salmon.