Texas Creek Provincial Park

Texas Creek Provincial Park is on Christina Lake. Before turning onto McRae Rd., you actually have to pull out on the opposite side of Highway 3. When you see the sign for the first time it is a little confusing as you would expect to turn towards Christina Lake. You soon realize that the pull […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On July 17, 2009
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Texas Creek Provincial Park is on Christina Lake. Before turning onto McRae Rd., you actually have to pull out on the opposite side of Highway 3. When you see the sign for the first time it is a little confusing as you would expect to turn towards Christina Lake. You soon realize that the pull out is a requirement to be able to make the sharp turn down McRae Rd. and onto Texas Point Provincial Park, Christina Lake public boat launch, Deer Point Trail and Mount Gladstone hiking trails.

A map of the Texas Creek Provincial Park area.

Gladstone Provincial Park and Texas Creek Provincial Park

Texas Creek Campground Entrance

One of the Texas Creek Provincial Park beaches near the Cliffs.

One of the Texas Creek Provincial Park beaches near the Cliffs.

Spacious treed campsites at Texas Creek Provincial Park

Spacious treed campsites at Texas Creek Provincial Park

The trail heads to Deer Point Trail and Mt. Gladstone Trail are next to the Campground.

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