Sasquatch Provincial Park, Harrison Hot Springs

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Sasquatch Provincial Park is a provincial park in Kent, British Columbia, Canada.HistoryThe park was established 1968, in its present condition. It actually began in 1959 as a 20 hectare inland fjord called Green Point Park, which was expanded into a picnicking area in 1960. Eight years later the park was expanded greatly and renamed.GeographyThe park is 1217 hectares in size. It is characterized by a series of pocket lakes, a unique second-growth and birch forest, and scenic mountain ridges.The park is located in the District of Kent, 6 kilometres north of Harrison Hot Springs, British Columbia.ConservationWildlife: tailed frogs, beavers, mountain goats, bears, deer, and allegedly bigfootFish: sturgeon, smelt, rainbow trout, cutthroat trout, brook char, salmon, catfish, and stickleback Birds: bald eagles, woodpeckers, warblers, and vireosInsect: black petaltail dragonfly
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  • We stayed at Hicks Lake Campground this past weekend (May5-7), only a short highway drive from Vancouver. To access the campsite you have to drive on a gravel/dirt road for about 5 minutes, lots of po...  more »
  • Greenpoint Day Use area is a true sanctuary - protected bay, pebble beach, picnic tables and a great place to launch your canoe or kayak. The trails around Deer Lake is the perfect hike in any season.  more »
  • The park around Hicks Lake and also the forest roads emanating from the park are interesting, but not spectacular or anything of that sort. We canoed on the Lake after driving up from HHS. There is a ...  more »
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  • I feel fortunate to be able to experience the inevitable the cycle of life! November! The salmons come to the shore to die! Hundreds of them! The water in the lake is so clear! I can see the salmons swimming and struggling at the end of their life. The park is lovely and clean. Hardly anyone around now that it is only couple of weeks away from official winter. Still nice and peaceful to come here.
  • We stayed at the Hicks Lake campground which is fine and has not changed in years except for the price which continues to rise with no improvements. What is especially grating is that horrible unpaved road leading to Hicks and Deer Lakes, one would assume after all these years the provincial government would have the resources to pave the road. Our second issue is the sani-dump which was out of order and according to the park ranger the problem is known but the incentive to repair the problem properly is absent, this is indicative of the attitude of the current provincial government, not willing to adequately invest in our provincial parks and campgrounds. Compared to U.S. state parks its embarrassing.
  • Very peaceful. Has some really nice lakes for canoeing, swimming, etc.
  • Beautiful park. Really feels like you are away from the hustle and bustle.
  • Nice park for camping. Great Lake and great in the summer.