Big Basin Provincial Park
About This Park
Big Basin Provincial Park was established as a result of the Cariboo-Chilcotin Land-Use Plan Goal 2 (Special Feature) process.
The important natural values of the park include wetlands, habitat for mule deer, California bighorn sheep and waterfowl, and a diversity of forest cover.
The recreational values include a hiking trail and a horse trail leading from a break in the rim rock and meandering through to Churn Creek and opportunities for hiking fishing, hunting, wildlife viewing and horseback riding.
- Date Established: March 6, 2013
- Size: 998 ha
Location and Maps
The park is located approximately 98 kilometres west of 100 Mile House.