Fire Restrictions in Effect for this Park
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Activities Available at this Park
Facilities Available at this Park

Anarchist Protected Area

About This Park

Anarchist Protected Area was established on April 18, 2001, to provide increased representation of low elevation forests that are under-represented in the protected area system, including Douglas fir and ponderosa pine. The area will also protect a number of red and blue listed plant and birdspecies and is not, therefore, a recreational destination. Public access is extremely limited.

Park Size: 467 hectares

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Location and Maps

This protected area is located 5 km north of Osoyoos. The closest community, town and city to this park is Osoyoos.

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Nature and Culture

  • Wildlife - Anarchist Protected Area plays a very important conservation role in the Okanagan Valley. It is home to four blue-listed and two red-listed bat species, The Ponderosa pine and Douglas fir forest provides habitat for the red-listed White-headed woodpecker and Williamson's sapsucker, among five other blue-listed birds. Four red/blue-listed snake species are also found in the protected area including the Night snake and Western rattlesnake.
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Management Planning

Management Planning:
Management Planning Information

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Activities Available at this Park

Hunting

Hunting

Anarchist Protected Area is open hunting during the lawful game hunting season as listed in the BC Hunting and Trapping Regulations synopsis. synopsis. The use of horses and motor vehicles is prohibited. The only access is through the reserve owned by the Osoyoos Indian Band.
Wildlife Viewing

Wildlife Viewing

The presence of rare bird, bat and snake species is a feature of the protected area. View the "species at risk" in the Okangan/Similkameen for more info on snakes and bats to ensure the continued protection of the species and a better understanding of the value of the protected area.