Creek Provincial Park is a 152 hectare park that encompasses the southeastern
end of the Lower Arrow Lake Reservoir in the Norns Range of the Columbia
Mountains. Here on the steep mountainside evidence of the Canadian Pacific
Railway is still visible.
Creek is named for the shrub syringa or mock orange which is native
to the area.
park is located in the Kootenays 19 km off of British Columbia Highway
3. The city of Castlegar is the closest centre.
PARK FACILITIES & ACTIVITIES
- The 60 site campground at
Creek Provincial Park provides water, wood and toilets. Picnic
grounds are located at the north and south ends of the park. Good
swimming beaches and changehouses are found nearby.
& Boating - There are two boat launching ramps available at
Creek Provincial Park.
Lower Arrow Lake provides the avid angler with the opportunity to
catch rainbow trout, Dolly Varden and kokanee.
& Trails - A trail leads through the park from the campground
to the north picnic ground.
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