From Kamloops take the Trans
Canada Hwy. (Hwy. #1) west for 75 km. (46.5 mi.) to the community
of Cache Creek. Turn north (right)
onto Hwy. #97 and travel through the community of Clinton
and turn west (left) on Big Bar Lake Road (at the top of the hill
north of Clinton). Travel west until you arrive at the Big Bar Lake
Provincial Park campsite.
Big Bar Provincial Park is 332 hectares on the south shore of Big
Bar Lake. It has 46 vehicle accessible campsites with boat launching
and a large day-use area offering beachside picnic areas and a Big
Toy for children.
BC Adventure Network members serving this area:
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Report: Good Rainbow fishery with trout reaching up to
5 lbs. Trolling lures, flatfish and spinning gear are the most popular
methods used, however fly fishermen also meet with success. Big
Bar is reported to produce well throughout the fishing season.
sure to visit Fishbc.com
for angling information!