Situated east of the northern end of Adams Lake, the park is approximately 110 km northeast of Kamloops. Within the park is found the most northerly occurrence of the western larch in the province, as well as winter ranges for moose and mule deer. The Momich River is home to sockeye salmon and native stocks of trout and other fish species.
Canoeing is popular from Momich Lake to Little Momich along a meandering stream through a large wetland. There is a campground with 24 campsites on Adams Lake and two more on main Momich Lake. There are no reservations and no regular services.
This is just one of hundreds of British Columbia Provincial Parks.