Located approximately 50 km northeast of 100 Mile House
, the park has a wide diversity of forest, wetland, and aquatic environments. The area encompasses gently rolling topography with many small lakes and streams, including the watershed of a tributary of Bradley Creek. The park is used for backcountry hiking, canoeing, fishing and camping. There are no developed campsites, however, and access is provided only by logging roads.
This is just one of hundreds of British Columbia Provincial Parks.