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Provincial Parks and Campgrounds
Stein Valley Nlaka'pamux Heritage Park: The Stein Valley is one of the last protected watersheds in southwestern British Columbia. Stein Valley Nlaka'pamux Heritage Park encompasses a wilderness area of 107,191 hectares with 150 km of hiking trails and several user-maintained wilderness campsites. The Park is known for its spectacular scenery and important historical, cultural and spiritual values. Hiking opportunities range from easy day hikes to multi-night backpacking trips over moderate to difficult terrain, including four cable crossings over the Stein River. Visitors must be self-sufficient and prepared for any conditions.
Skihist Provincial Park is a convenient overnight camping spot only a few kms north of Lytton on the Trans-Canada Highway. Situated high above the Thompson River, the park encompasses a section of the old Cariboo Wagon Road, used by the gold rush pioneers. The day-use picnic area, which opens early Spring, offers a breathtaking viewpoint of White Canyon and the smell of the area’s Ponderosa pine and sagebrush. This campground serves as a popular base camp for visitors enjoying river rafting, fishing and exploring of the Thompson River area.
Right on the Thompson River, Goldpan Provincial Park is the park of choice for anglers.
Jade Springs Campground
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