Provincial Park is 337 hectares containing open rangeland and forests
of aspen and lodgepole pine.
itself is 14 kilometres long, averaging 1.5 kilometres in width with
an irregular shoreline of approximately 57 kilometres. The low flushing
rate combined with the chemical composition in these warm shallow waters
creates a greenish hue, hence the name.
or canoe can be used to explore the shores and islands of this park
making bird and wildlife viewing opportunities excellent. Local business
operators provide boat rentals, supplies and even horseback riding.
Provincial Park is easily located near 70 Mile House. The Green Lake
Road leads directly to the park's entrance where more information is
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FACILITIES & ACTIVITIES
- The park is
made up of 11 sites: Arrowhead, Black Bear, Blue Spring, Boyd Bay, Buckside
Hill, Emerald Bay, Green Lake Islands, Little Arrowhead, Nolan Creek and
Sunset View. Six of these sites have developed facilities. Emerald Bay
campground has 51 sites, a few of which are double sites. Many of the
sites are long and spacious. Sunset View has 54 sites, a few of which
are also double sites. Arrowhead has 16 high density sites that are smaller
than at the other campgrounds. However, large rigs may still fit in some
of these sites. There is room for extra vehicles at the larger sites.
Picnic Area - There are a number of areas within the park that
have day-use facilities and picnic shelters with tables. Good beaches
make swimming conditions ideal. The park also provides a sani-station,
toilets, water, firewood and is wheelchair accessible.
- Green Lake's shallow, warm waters and good beaches make swimming conditions
ideal. No lifeguard is on duty.
- Both Sunset View and Emerald Bay Campgrounds contain playgrounds.
All campgrounds have horseshoe pits.
- Each year restocking of Rainbow Trout takes place providing fair to
good opportunities. A dark, flatfish lure is recommended.
Boating - Two boat launch ramps are available. Waterskiing conditions
on Green Lake are usually ideal.
- Located next to the campground in Sunset view is a self-guiding forest
also provides a sani-station, telephone, toilets, water, firewood and
is wheelchair accessible.