Camping at Yahk Provincial Park in BC is a recreation site. There are total 26 campsites. You can go to the site and enjoy Camping, Canoeing, Cycling, Pets on Leash, Fishing opportunities.
Amenities: Campfire, Drinking Water, Group Camping, Picnic Areas, Pit or Flush Toilets, Playground, Vehicle Accessible Camping, Wheelchair Access.
Site Description: Situated along Highway 3/95, 70km south of Cranbrook and 14.5km north of the US and Canadian borders at Kingsgate, Yahk Park is a traveller’s rest place. Near the Moyie River in a quiet well spaced forest this 26 site campground and day use area is a great introduction to BC Park visitor facilities. Yahk Park was set up in 1956 to provide camping and picnicking opportunities for the travelling public. As well it conserves a short scenic section of the Moyie River. The adjacent town of Yahk has services and tourist supplies. The area was once a major supplier of railroad ties for the Canadian Pacific Railway. Bicycles must keep to roadways. Bicycle helmets are mandatory in British Columbia.Anyone fishing or angling in British Columbia must have an appropriate licence. Swimmers:
Driving Direction: Yahk Provincial Park is located along Highway 3/95, 70km south of Cranbrook, 14.5km north of the U.S. and Canadian borders at Kingsgate. Yahk Park is located on the south edge of the small community of Yahk.