The Andy Bailey Regional Park is located south of the community of Fort Nelson, British Columbia Canada. The secluded lake park, situated in a boreal forest, is a campground, day use area and recreation destination for activities like fishing, canoeing, camping, picnicking and birdwatching.
The remote and secluded park is located at the end of a long gravel road on the shores of Andy Bailey Lake. The regional park includes a small campground with a few campsites. The services in the park include picnic tables, fire pits and pit toilets. There is no power or sewer.
For fishing and canoeing there is a long gravel roof top boat launch on the shores of Bailey Lake. Non motorized boats are only permitted on the lake. A fishing licence is required for fishing in British Columbia, Canada. There are jackfish and northern pike in the lake.
The gravel access road is very long and narrow leading to the park. During the summer months the campground fills up fast. Sometimes the long drive to the campsite can turn out disappointing because the campground is full. The road is not suitable for RVs or motorhomes.
Located on the Andy Bailey Lake are some beaver dams. One at each end. There are also opportunities to view many different types of birds.
The park is situated in a lush forest setting away from city noise which is also the home to many species of wildlife like bears, moose and cougars.