Fir, spruce, birch and cedar clothe the slopes along the lower reaches of Dillabough Creek at the west end of Horsefly Lake, a semi-wilderness body penetrating the Quesnel Highlands. There are two unnamed lakes in the park, once the site of a hatchery designed to restored the run of sockeye to the Horsefly River.
The park is open approximately May to October. There are 23 campsites. Fees are charged but there are no reservations. Day use facilities include picnicking sites, boat launch, drinking water and pit toilets.
This is just one of hundreds of British Columbia Provincial Parks.