Eskers Provincial Park, north of Prince George, British Columbia,
is an exceptional day-use destination where visitors can find a place
to relax, appreciate nature and pursue a wide range of recreational
Provincial Park encompasses 1600 hectares of gently rolling terrain
including a portion of the 40 kilometre long Stuart River Eskers Complex.
This series of unique landforms are long, sinuous sand and gravel ridges
created by ancient glacial meltwaters. This thick layer of soil supports
a mixed forest of aspen, lodgepole pine, Douglas fir and some spruce.
park is home to many small lakes where a wide variety of mammals and
birds reside. The diverse nature of this park provides an excellent
habitat for animals such as the beaver, moose, deer, black bear, squirrels
and abundant waterfowl.
- Eskers Provincial Park provides toilets, water, picnic shelters,
parking and wheelchair access as well as an information booth.
and Boating - A canoe launch is located at Circle Lake which
is an ideal setting for beginners to learn flat water canoeing.
There are several portage trails to smaller more remote lakes between
Camp and Kathie Lakes. Anglers may try their luck on Camp and Kathie
Lakes for rainbow trout and lakeshore casting for brook trout on
Bow or Butterfly Lakes.
and Skiing - There are 10 kilometres of marked trail linking
Pine Marsh, Camp Lake and Kathie Lake. There are a number of trails
available for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing within the park
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