Beautiful views of Spahats Falls and the Clearwater River valley make this a very popular day-use stop for tour buses. Old growth cedar and hemlock ensure this quiet park is cool on even the hottest summer day. Businesses nearby offer guided hiking, horse-riding, boating, canoeing, river-rafting, and fishing.
There is no safety fence along the trail between the viewing platform at the falls and the picnic area to the north.
The nearest public telephone is located at the Wells Gray Information Centre, at the junction of Clearwater Valley Road and Hwy #5, 10 km away.
Excessive noise is not permitted at any time.
Established in 1965 as Spahats Creek Provincial Park; added to Wells Gray in 1996.
305 ha at the southern end of Wells Gray’s 540,000 ha total area