Huge boulders (erratics) left by receding glaciers dot the shoreline at the north end of Nickel Plate Lake in this tiny park that is accessible only the four-wheel drive vehicles. The park is located southwest of Penticton
, off Highway 97
. Follow 30 km of paved roads first, then 4 km gravel roads. The park is open year round and offers fishing, canoeing, kayaking and hiking. No camping.
This is just one of hundreds of British Columbia Provincial Parks.