INTERPRETIVE NATURE WALK & SELF-GUIDED PADDLE BOAT
The self-guided Wildland Interpretive Nature Walk is a wonderful 2 kilometer walk through a lush BC forest.
You will discover a variety of trees including Fir, Cedar, Hemlock, White Spruce and Cottonwood Trees and a giant 800 year old cedar grove!
Along the boardwalk you will see a natural exhibition display of edible plants, herbs and roots, which explains the nutritional and medicinal benefits of indigenous flora and faunas, used by the First Nations People. Devil’s Club often reach a height of 11 to 12 feet. Giant woodland ferns grow in abundance similar to those of a rain forest. Deer and moose trails cross the area, and caribou from the Selkirk Mountain pass through on their way south to winter.
In the Fall from the bridge, kokanee sockeye, spring and cohoe salmon, along with rainbow trout may be seen spawning in the Eagle River, which is the northern boundary of the property. – Read more about the Annual Salmon Run »
- The Nature Walk is closed 1 hour prior to regular closing time. Please ensure you arrive in time should you want to do the Nature Walk which can take approximately one hour to complete. Grade of Nature Walk to be noted but not to be deterred for the timid type.
- You will receive a diploma at the Gift Shop once you complete the self-guided 2 kilometer Interpretive Nature Walk!
Not currently operating due to Covid-19, but we hope to have them available again soon! Experience a self-guided paddle boat tour to see beaver dams, lodges, floating natural gardens, frogs and lily pads thrive in a large wetland beaver pond.
4 rowboats are available which holds up to 4 people!
- The boathouse provides lifejackets :)
- Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult