Glacier Creek Regional Park
1450 Duncan Fire Service Road, Howser
Regional Park Service: Kaslo, Area D
Glacier Creek Regional Park is located along the eastern shore of Duncan Lake, north of Meadow Creek. The park is approximately 20.1 hectares in size and with the exception of roads, campsites and picnic areas, the site is tree covered. The park is designated as a Waterfront Access regional park and includes, outdoor recreation opportunities including, camping, boating, fishing, swimming, picnicing and nature interpretation. Please visit WildsafeBC to learn about wildlife conflict reduction strategies.
Campsites are available on a 'first come, first served' basis and the camp host cannot take reservations. Campsite fees are $15/day.
Please visit WildsafeBC for wildlife conflict reduction strategies.
The Purpose and Operations Statement (POS) provides the direction for planning, management and development of Glacier Creek Regional Park. Implementation of this POS is of an operational nature, with follow-through on an as-needed basis and dependent on the availability of financial and staffing capacity.
The content on this page was last updated February 25 2021 at 2:25 PM