Muncho Lake Provincial Park, Fort Nelson

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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.
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  • Beautiful place to relax while traveling through or to stop for a moment of peace. Check out the goats that are around this area.  more »
  • Muncho Lake is actually about 240km west of Fort Nelson. I was there in May and coming upon this lake was one of the highlights of our trip on the Alaska Hwy. As I rounded the corner and came down the...  more »
  • This lake is absolutely stunning and a delight to drive along. Local folks organize activities, wish had time to stop.  more »
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  • 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.
  • 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.
  • It's a beautiful place!
  • Nice private campsite on the lake, doesn't get any better.
  • Amazing lake and overall scenaries! Should definitely check out the Muncho Lake. Probably the best camping site I've seen.