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Creston Provincial Parks - (3 Listings)

Kianuko Provincial Park

The park encompasses the headwaters of Kianuko Creek, which is a tributary of the Goat River, as well as a number of small alpine lakes and meadows. The watershed is largely undisturbed and contains moist cedar-hemlock and Engelmann Spruce Subalpine fir old-growth forest communities. The park protects important habitat for caribou, moose and grizzly bear, and fish.
Kianuko Park is situated approximately 40 km north of Creston.
Creston, BC

Stagleap Provincial Park

This park is located at the summit of the highest all weather highway pass in BC and the highest paved highway in Canada! Enjoy the subalpine forest from the luxury of your car or go for a short walk around Bridal Lake.
34km West of Creston on Hwy #3., Creston, BC

Kootenay Lake - Midge Creek Provincial Park

Midge Creek Park is located 38 km south of Balfour, on the southwest shore of Kootenay Lake across from Sanca Creek. Access to the park at Midge Creek is via water vessel. Water-oriented activities are most popular, with angling for kokanee, Dolly Vardeb and rainbow trout. Boasting more than a kilometre of sandy beach, it is a popoular destination for boaters.
Creston, BC

Creston Provincial Parks