Bromley Rock Provincial Park, Princeton
Categories: Nature & Parks
Bromley Rock Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada. Bromley Rock is a popular swimming and cliff jumping destination located on the Similkameen River, approximately fifteen minutes from Princeton.Make Bromley Rock Provincial Park a part of your Princeton vacation plans using our Princeton vacation route planner.
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great highway side cool off swim spot.not much else as it is a small area. steep walk to water level.. due to being a river care and skill is required when swimming, park can be busy. some nice picnic... read more »
Jump sixty feet off a cliff into the cool waters below, or simply take a dip into the fresh clean Similkameen River waters. Lounge on the sandy beeches or have a family picnic on your travels with cle... read more »
This provincial park is a wonderful place to stop on a hot day for a picnic, to fish, or at least try and fish, and to possibly swim. It borders the Similkameen River, and is a very pleasant place. Fo... read more »
Lots of wasps in the picnic area. BCParks really needs to find a way to deal with the problem in their day use areas.
Beautiful spot to stop while traveling the Crowsnest on a sunny day! The day use area is gorgeous and I love stopping for a swim on a long drive.... Although, wearing flip flop sandals on the hill you walk up and down can be risky if you're clumsy like me LOL
Beautiful section of the river, close to the road, but still a great area. Saw some fly fisherman catching some trout when we were there last...
Beautiful spot to stop and have a rest by the river and sandy beach. There are picnic tables and washrooms available
Beautiful riverside park. Washrooms and picnic tables on site or grab a spot and relax by the beach.
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