126 hectare North
Thompson River Provincial Parkencompasses
both dry and wet ranges of the interior. Wildlife such as marten, coyote,
deer, moose and bears are resident in the forest cover of Douglas fir,
lodgepole pine, juniper, cedar and spruce. Birdlife is common and includes
such species as the chickadee, thrush, woodpecker and bald eagle. A miniature
railroad, gallery, museum, river rafting, golf and bike rentals are just
some of the areas attractions.
to the park is found off of Highway 5, 5 km south of Clearwater
near the joining if the Clearwater and Thompson Rivers.
FACILITIES & ACTIVITIES
- The 61 site campground provides water, wood and toilets. A playground
and picnic area are located nearby.
and Boating - North
Thompson River Provincial Park
encompasses various waterways where Dolly Varden, rainbow trout
and Chinook salmon are resident.
and Trails - Hiking trails lead to the areas scenic features.
nearby town of Clearwater
provides the visitor with fuel, accomadation, meals and other necessary
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