Marble Canyon Provincial Park is a geological destination park located in a limestone canyon near the communities of Cache Creek and Lillooet, British Columbia, Canada. The canyon park rests in the middle of the Pavilion Mountain Range and includes three turquoise lakes & a campground.
Like many people in the late 1800s and early 1900s, the Chinese arrived in Lillooet in hopes of striking gold... and some did. During the prospecting phase the Chinese would place discarded stones in piles, sometimes reaching 12 feet tall.
Hangman's Tree in Lillooet is a historical reminder of the days of the wild west. A land of lawlessness, heavily fueled by greed created from the Cariboo Gold Rush. The Hangman's Tree is where the perceived "bad guys" were hung in the days of the gold rush.
Gun Lake is a large lake attracting allot of attention. The lake is popular for fishing, swimming, camping, canoeing, boating, jet boating and water skiing. Many of the local cabins on the lake have private piers with many water toys.
Naxwit Picnic Site and Day Use Area in Lillooet, Cariboo-Chilcotin Region, British Columbia, Canada is a very well maintained day-use-only site with plenty of informational billboards highlighting the history and wildlife of the region.