Maggs Park is the main recreation park located in the community of Logan Lake, British Columbia, Canada. The playground park rests on the shores of Logan Lake which is in the centre of the village. The small recreation lake is across the street from the main retail shops in Logan Lake
Logan Lake is only 16 hectares and rests at an elevation of 1100 metres. The park is on the main highway of the community and is hard to miss. The park includes picnic tables, BBQ pits, washrooms, viewing benches, a loop hiking/walking trail, a water fountain, a swimming pier, and a playground.
The short "Nature Trail" starting from Maggs Park circles the small lake. Some portions of the walking trail follows along a paved walkway while other segments of the trail follows a pine-needle cushioned path through the forest.
People who visit Maggs Park in the summer enjoy birdwatching, hiking, canoeing, picnicking, boating, swimming and fishing. In the winter months the lake is frozen over and becomes a skating rink while the trail converts to a short cross country ski circuit. There is also a very small municipal campground at one end of the lake opposite Maggs Park which is open in the summer.
Maggs Park, Logan Lake, BC, Canada in the Thompson-Shuswap
How To Get To: Maggs ParkTravel to the community of Logan Lake via Highway 97C. Once in the community you cannot miss the park.