Muncho Lake Provincial Park, Fort Nelson
Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
Muncho Lake Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada, located on the Alaska Highway as it transits the northernmost Canadian Rockies west of Fort Nelson. The park is part of the larger Muskwa-Kechika Management Area. It is named after Muncho Lake, which is in the park and is both the name of the lake and of the community located there.Add Muncho Lake Provincial Park to your Fort Nelson travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Fort Nelson trip itinerary builder.
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Stayed at Muncho Lake two times, both times in an RV at the provincial campsites, both times in late May early June. Basics - Bring cash, food, beverages, etc. Basically anything you need, because aft... read more »
We stayed in the lodge, which is a log structure, room was small, but very nice and had a balcony. There are also cabins and I believe camp sites here. Nice area to walk down by the water. They are th... read more »
Beautiful place big beautiful lake surrounded by majestic mountians little peice of heaven. Lots of wildlife buffalo, caribou, mountian sheep, moose and so much more and great for fishing.
Beautiful place! We were only driving through on our way home, but I'll definitely keep it in mind for an extended stay in the future. The water is beautiful, the mountains are impressive, and the stone sheep seem to be everywhere.
Beautiful, but close to the highway. Huge downside was that there is no water on site because the pump is broken and has been for a long time. Have to go to the gas station that is 2 kilometers away to get water from a hose and that gas station has a bakery which charges 850 for a loaf of bread. The hiking around strawberry Flats is beautiful but the campsite is also close to the highway.
Amazing lake and overall scenaries! Should definitely check out the Muncho Lake. Probably the best camping site I've seen.
Very beautiful lake in the amazing setting of the northern rockies.
The water is super clear, and it appears blue. Its amazing.
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