The park is located high in the Kootenay Mountain Range, 64 km east of Kimberley in the British Columbia Rockies. Topographically, the park is an alpine region of great beauty. Forest cover is mostly alpine fir with lower elevations covered with Engelmann spruce. Vehicle access to the park is by logging roads, two of which are normally passable from late May until mid-November. Camping facilities are offered in four locations in the park, each with sanitary facilities. Fees are charged. At Fish Lake, there is an overnight cabin with accommodations for up to 25 persons; fees are charged.
This is just one of hundreds of British Columbia Provincial Parks.