Though the park is named for the legendary "Bigfoot," visitors are more likely to see deer, squirrels and beaver. Four attractive lakes and beautiful forests surrounded by mountains offer a focus for camping, canoeing, nature study, swimming, fishing, photography and hiking.
The park is located 7 km north of Harrison Hot Springs and is open year round. There are 177 campsites and reservations are taken.
This is just one of hundreds of British Columbia Provincial Parks.