Swan Lake Park
BC Provincial Park
Swan Lake Provincial Park offers visitors exceptional camping and outdoor recreation experiences. With a campground, sandy beach, baseball diamond and playground area, visitors are sure to enjoy their time. Swan Lake is popular with local anglers. Sport fish include walleye, northern pike, yellow perch and burbot.
Established in 1918, it has the distinction of being British Columbia's third oldest park and is representative of the Kiskatinaw Plateau ecosystem.
Along the lake, look for wildlife as Swan Lake provides important habitat for a wide range of migrating and nesting waterfowl. This includes common loons, western grebes, trumpeter swans, American widgeons, sandpipers, buffleheads, coots, gulls, blackbirds, killdeer, hooded mergansers, swallows, lesser scaups and goldeneyes, just to name a few.
The occasional moose and white tail or mule deer may pass through the park and black bears frequent the area. Muskrat and beaver can be seen around the lakeshore and the Tupper River, which drains into the lake through the park.
Inside the Park
- Fishing (walleye, northern pike, yellow perch)
- Leisure Boating / Canoeing / Kayaking
- Adventure Playground
- Volleyball and Horseshoe Pits
- Baseball Diamond
- Picnic Shelter (reserve through Park Facility Operator)
What You Need to Know
- Quite hours are 10 pm to 7 am
- Keep music and use of generators to a minimum at all times
- Build fires only in fire rings provided
- Campsites are available on a first-come first-serve basis
- Please do not hold sites for other parties
- Maximum length of stay is 14 days per calendar year
- Pets must be on a leash at all times—owners are responsible for their pets
- Please leave campsites as tidy as you find them
- ATVs and snowmobiles are not permitted in the park
Park Facility Operator:
Mariah Recreation Management Service