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Clearwater-Wells Gray Parks & Gardens

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Harbour Dudgeon Lakes Provincial Park encompasses 65 ha (160.6 acres) of territory that includes wetlands, forest and a number of lakes. The park is an important habitat for moose and caribou. There are no camping or day-use facilities in the park.
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The North Thompson River Provincial Park is a popular recreation spot as it provides opportunities for swimming, canoeing, kayaking and hiking. Open from May until September, the 126 ha (311 acre) park also has a campground with some basic facilities.
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Located on the Nehalliston Plateau, High Lakes Basin Provincial Park is spread over 560 ha (1383.8 acres) and includes a chain of lakes that are good for fishing. Kayaking, hiking and wilderness camping are also permitted but no facilities are provided so visitors must bring in and take out all supplies.
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Finn Creek is a deep channel off of the North Thompson River. The surrounding park offers excellent opportunities for anglers, as Chinook, coho and bull trout are all found within the nearby waters. The park also offers important grizzly and moose habitat, as well as a variety of bird species.
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This small park contains a clear lake and diverse plant and wildlife habitat. Although the park offers no camping sites or facilities, it is popular due to its hiking opportunities and abundent wildlife. Cross-country skiing is permitted during the winter.
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Taweel Provincial Park includes the picturesque Taweel Lake as well as a bunch of smaller lakes connected by a trail network. The park is known for its fishing, hiking and wildlife viewing. There is no vehicle access to the park and all visitors must be self-sufficient.
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Emar Lakes Provincial Park is comprised of a chain of large and small lakes, potholes and wetlands, enclosed by alpine forest. The chain of lakes offer excellent opportunities for canoeists and fishers and wilderness camping is permitted within the park.
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Holiday athletes and wildlife observers now replace the early homesteaders, trappers and prospectors who once used this land. Visit the many volcanoes, waterfalls, mineral springs and glaciers. Hiking for every ability and excellent birding; boating, canoeing and kayaking on the rivers and lakes. Guiding businesses offer horseback riding, river rafting and fishing. Four campgounds. Open year-round; camping May 1-Oct. 31. Check the town of Clearwater for other accommodations near the park.

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