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Ross Lake Provincial Park
About This Park
Ross Lake Park is popular with anglers, boaters and swimmers. A picnic area, beach, hiking trail and boat launch (electric motors only) offer opportunities for an enjoyable family picnic or evening stroll.
This park offers a pleasant beach on the lake that is popular with locals for swimming and afternoon BBQs.
Established Date: January 31, 1974
Park Size: 307 hectares
Location and Maps
Nature and Culture
- Wildlife – Western Toads
Please be aware that, in spring at Ross Lake, toads migrate for breeding activity. These mass migrations leave toads vulnerable to road-mortality and create barriers to movement. As such, BC Parks requests that those using the day-use area be aware of potential toad movements and not drive over toads while traversing road ways. Please view links below for information:
- General Wildlife, Marine & Outdoor Ethics Information
- Management Planning Information
- Approved Ross Lake Provincial Park Management Direction Statement [PDF]
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Activities Available at this Park
Ross Lake Park offers a wonderful setting for easy access canoeing and kayaking.
Ross Lake Park offers a wonderful setting for easy access boating with only electric motors allowed on the lake.
Pets on Leash
Facilities Available at this Park
Ross Lake Park is popular with residents for day-use picnicking on the lakeshore. The park offers a pleasant day-use area with picnic tables, fire rings and pit toilets. The day-use area is open with services from May 15 to September 3.
Note: the area is open all year, but the snow is not plowed during the winter.