Thunder Hill Park protects remnant open forested and grassland lake ecosystems of the East Kootenay Trench. The park serves an integral role in providing winter range for ungulates and functions as a corridor for a host of species in the area.
Originally developed in the 1960’s as a fully serviced campground, Thunder Hill Park was under utilized for many years. In the early 1990’s, services to the park were discontinued, including deactivation of all entrance roads, day use amenities and campsites. The site has reverted back to a natural state with no formal signage identifying the park.
This park has no facilities and public access is limited to hiking. No formal trails exist within the park and there is no camping at this park.