The park, covering almost 3000 hectares, is located 5 km north of the U.S. border between Moyie Lake and Elko. There are stands of larch and fir that are exceptional for their age and size. The park also includes excellent habitat for elk and supports white-tailed deer, mule deer, moose, grizzly bear and the threatened northern leopard frog and Colubmia red-tailed chimpmunk.
The park is closed to logging, mining, and other resource uses, including the cutting of trees for firewood. Existing grazing, guide-outfitting and trapping activities are permitted to continue at established levels. Hunting and fishing are permitted under Fish and Wildlife regulations. ORV's are prohibited.
This is just one of hundreds of British Columbia Provincial Parks.