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Red Bluff Provincial Park
Attention Visitors – Important Notice!
Boil Water Advisory
Water must be boiled for at least one minute or otherwise disinfected before using for drinking, brushing teeth or for food preparation that will not be cooked. Please monitor this page for updates.
About This Park
On Babine Lake near the community of Granisle, this popular park is named for the ironstained cliffs that plunge almost perpendicularly into the lake.
Park visitors can swim, sunbathe, angle for a rainbow trout or take in the salmon enhancement projects at nearby Fulton River and Pinkut Creek. Boaters like to explore the extensive shoreline of Babine Lake, the longest natural fresh water lake in British Columbia.
Established Date: August 24, 1978
Park Size: 148 hectares
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Nature and Culture
- Wildlife: Scenic walking trails provide excellent lake views and the opportunity to observe wildlife. Black bear and moose are especially abundant. Varied waterfowl, including Sora Rail, inhabit the lake and marshes. The salmonoid enhancement project at the nearby Fulton River Hatchery is also well worth visiting. Babine Lake is an angler’s paradise. Cutthroat, rainbow trout and char are found in the lake. Flyfishing and trolling yield superb results.
- Management Planning Information
- The approved Red Bluff Provincial Park Management Direction Statement [PDF 153.45KB] is available in pdf format.
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