Eneas Lake Provincial Park is a rough and rugged recreation destination in a rugged environment located in the backcountry forests east of the community of Peachland, BC, Canada in the Okanagan Valley. The park is accessed via a very rough deactivated, unmaintained forest service gravel road. A route attempted only by 4x4s for good reasons.
Eneas Lake Provincial Park is a year round destination. In the summer the remote park attracts people who enjoy backpacking, wilderness camping, canoeing, hiking, fishing, horseback riding and birdwatching. In the winter the snow covered deactivated gravel roads in the park become snowmobile routes.
The 1036 hectare Eneas Lake Park was established in 1968 to protect the Thompson Plateau Landscape. A relatively good size park with four lakes surrounded by fir and pine trees - cactus and sage brush. The four lakes include Big and Little Eneas Lake, Island Lake and Tsuh lake.
The park enjoys a network of trails and gravel forestry roads leading to lakes and wilderness campsites. However, the trails are unmaintained and are not marked with trail signs. All hikers exploring the park should be well prepared and experienced.
The wilderness campsites in the Eneas Lakes Provincial Park are mostly walk in campsites. The roads will only get you so far, as many are too rough to drive. All wilderness campsites have no amenities and every visitor should honor the "pack in-pack out" rule - leave no trace behind.
The lakes make this park an ideal destination for any backpacker who wishes to go for a swim to cool down after a long hike or cast a line fishing.
Eneas Lake Provincial Park, Peachland, BC in Okanagan Valley
Eneas Lake Provincial Park
Munro Lake Forest Service Road
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