Whiteswan Lake Park, Canal Flats

(4.3/5 based on 20 reviews on the web)
Whiteswan Lake Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada, located in the Kootenay Ranges of the Rocky Mountains, 22 km east of Canal Flats.AccessAccess is East off Highway 93/95 at the Whiteswan Lake Provincial Park exit . Take the Whiteswan Forestry Road up to the park. It is a good condition gravel logging road that is accessible during the summer season with any vehicle. It is a 17 km drive up the road and be aware of the narrow winding section climbing up the Lussier gorge towards the end of the drive.FeaturesTwo lakes, Whiteswan and Alces, and Lussier Hot Springs are the main attractions in the park. There are a total of five lake or river side campgrounds.
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  • Recently camped at Home Basin on Whiteswan and I cannot complain one bit great fishing nice campsites and clean facilities and beautiful hiking trails and blue blue water, will return soon.  more »
  • Love heading out this way.. and it has always been day trips... snow showing.. hiking.. pedaling, and now paddling! We love lussier hot springs as a stop on our way back out! :) Finally we were able t...  more »
  • Within a drivable distance on the unpaved forestry road off the main highway. We drove all the way to the campground side. Very beautiful and colourful lake, the eastern side of the lake looked shallo...  more »