Boitanio Park

Williams Lake

Park Size: 17 hectare
Park Amenities:
Pet Friendly

Boitanio Park in Williams Lake, Central Cariboo-Chilcotin Region, British Columbia, Canada is the main community park located in the downtown core of the community of Williams Lake. The 17 hectare parkland is well maintained, well used and, more importantly adds a nice touch of natural green to the community.

Boitanio Park enjoys a 2.5 kilometre paved walkway. The walkway is surrounded by a vast sheet of grass lawns, some flower gardens and a forest of fir trees. Spotted throughout the park is a series of picnic tables and sitting benches, some exposed to the sun while others hide under the shade of trees. On our visit the people of Williams Lake gathered in the park to have lunch, read a book, go for a walk and meet with friends and family.

The main entrance to Boitanio Park is decorated with wooden sitting benches and a Rose Garden. In the spring months the walkway lights up in reds, whites and pinks. The paved walkway leads to a skateboard park, washrooms and the Gwen Ringwood outdoor theatre, which can also double as a picnic shelter.

Explore Boitanio Park in Williams Lake, Central Cariboo-Chilcotin Region, British Columbia, Canada



Boitanio Park
Borland Street
Williams Lake

How To Get ToBoitanio Park

Travel Hwy 97 into the community of Williams Lake, BC. At the major intersection continue on Oliver Street into the downtown retail sector. Then turn right up 7th Ave to Borland Street. The park is right in front of you. Find some parking.
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