Carp Lake Provincial Park

Mcleod Lake, British Columbia

Carp Lake Provincial Park is a campground located in Mcleod Lake. Long famous for its rainbow trout, Carp Lake Provincial Park, just two hours north of Prince George and nearly in the exact centre of the province, offers some of the best fishing in the Central Interior. The park includes Carp Lake, nearby War Lake, numerous smaller lakes and streams, and the 8-kilometre waterway that connects Carp and War Lakes and forms the beginning of the McLeod River. The northern shoreline of Carp Lake has extensive sandy beaches with broad belts of sand extending up to 300 metres offshore. The sandy character of the north shore contrasts with the smooth-bouldered beaches broken by sand deltas on the spruce-forested south shore.

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Highway 97
Mcleod Lake
British Columbia
V0J 2G0
Canada


Tel: (250) 964-3489

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