Swan Lake Provincial Park, BC

Part of the Peace Country is Swan Lake Provincial Park located 35 km southeast of Dawson Creek, British Columbia on Highway 2 or 20 km south of Pouce Coupe. When coming from Alberta the Park is not far from the Alberta/BC border.


Swan Lake Sign - more info

Day Use Area - more info

Swan Lake Camper - more info

Swan Lake BC Map - more info
Swan Lake Provincial Park, BC offers camping and plenty of activities to keep all ages entertained for hours. There are large grassy fields and a baseball diamond is also located next to the campground. You can go hiking along the lakeside trail. The sandy beach and warm waters are perfect for swimming, water-skiing, fishing, and sunbathing. Excellent fishing for Northern Pike and Walleye.


Boat Launch - more info

Trailer Parking - more info


Fish Cleaning Stand - more info

Water Supply - more info




HISTORY OF SWAN LAKE, BC

Swan Lake Provincial Park BC was built in 1918 and is the 3rd oldest park in British Columbia. The park is 67 ha (165 acres). The lake is very shallow with the maximum depth of only 3 meters.

The first white settlers arrived on the south end of the lake in 1910. In 1921 the first school opened on the south shore of the lake, and in 1930 the Northern Alberta Railway came to Swan Lake. A community hall was built at the park in 1937 and in 1939 the Sudetans arrived by passenger train. In 1942 the US Army set up a base camp on the north end of the lake.





SWAN LAKE BC - FISH LADDER
A Fish Ladder was constructed through cooperation between the Ministry of Environment, BC Parks, and BC Conservation Foundation, with funding provided by the Habitat Conservation Trust Fund. The purpose of this ladder is to facilitate movement of fish between Tupper River and Swan Lake.

The Fish Ladder is a very interesting site and the bridge can be crossed to get from the campground to the Boat Launch area.





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Hot summer days are enjoyed by all ages at Swan Lake Provincial Park in BC. There is no supervision of the swimming area. Swimming Area VIEW PHOTO. There is an area designated on the lake for Wake Boarders: VIEW PHOTO




There are two Swan Lakes in the Peace Country. This is Swan Lake in northeast British Columbia. Another Swan Lake is located near Ridgevalley, Alberta.


Moose and deer frequent the Swan Lake BC area including the Trumpeter Swan as well as a large number of other birds. It is always a treat when the young children spot wildlife in the park.

MORE PHOTOS OF BOATERS at Swan Lake BC
Boat One: VIEW PHOTO Fishermen: VIEW PHOTO


Fishing of the Pier - more info


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Visitors to the Park - more info

Bridge near Park - more info

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