Paska Lake is a small recreation lake resting in the wilderness back country regions found a few kilometres east of the community of Logan Lake, British Columbia, Canada. Paska Lake is located just east of the Wyse Lakes Recreation Area near Chuwhels Mountain.
The lake is a very popular summer destination for many who like lake activities. On the shores of the small lake is a wilderness forestry campground with a day use area, pit toilets and a roof top boat launch.
The lake attracts people to the park for the fishing, camping, swimming, picnicking, canoeing and boating. The lake is very central to other popular activity destinations in the immediate area. Nearby, Face Lake is another draw to the area. Then there is Chuwhels Mountain. A mountain destination layered in trails accessed mostly by dirt bikes, atvs, horseback riders and hikers.
Fishing and camping are the biggest draws at Paska Lake. It is common to see boats trolling for some rainbow trout in the spring and fall seasons on Paska Lake. It is said the trout reach a weight of 2 lbs here.
Paska Lake, Logan Lake, BC, Canada in the Thompson-Shuswap
How To Get To: Paska LakeTravel east on Meadow Creek Road from the centre of the community of Logan Lake. Take a left onto Paska Lake Road. From Paska Lake Road travel 14 kilometres along a pot holed rough road to the campground which is the main access point to Paska Lake.