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Lower Nimpkish Provincial Park

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The Nimpkish River meanders through a steep-sided forsted valley and features important salmon and black bear habitat. Most of the park has been logged in the past but there are some riverside old growth stands remaining.

The park is popular with recreational fishermen, but there are no camping facilities. It is located north of Nimpkish Lake and southeast of Port McNeill.

This is just one of hundreds of British Columbia Provincial Parks.

Location: Port McNeill British Columbia

Other British Columbia Provincial Parks nearby:
(Woss) Claud Elliott Lake Provincial Park
(Port McNeill) Lower Nimpkish Provincial Park
(Woss) Woss Lake Provincial Park

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09/26 Coming to The Port McNeill area