Boya Lake Provincial Park

Kitimat-Stikine Region, British Columbia

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PARK AMENITIES & ACCESSIBILITY

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Access Route
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Campsite road (across from accessible Read more...
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Camping
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There are 44 sites at this campground Read more...
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Goods & Services
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There is no information or interpretiv Read more...
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Washrooms
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There is an accessible pit toilet loca Read more...
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Viewing Areas
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There are no specific viewing areas at Read more...
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Trails
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Beaver Lodge Trail. This trail has typ Read more...
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Water Access
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There is a dock at this location. The Read more...

About This Park

Boya Lake offers scenic camping and a wide variety of water recreation with its superb water clarity and colour, beckoning the traveller to explore its many islands and bays. Boya Lake is situated on the Liard Plain, an area carved out by glaciers 20,000 years ago. The area is characterized by elongated ridges, or drumlins and eskers. Boya Lake is also one of the few lakes in the north that is warm enough for swimming. Boya Lake offers two short hiking trails, a mountain bike trail and limitless bays and islands to discover by canoe or motor boat.

Boya Lake Provincial Park

Park Facilities & Accessibility Features

Access Route

Campsite road (across from accessible campsite #'s 3-5) to the Accessible washroom. The surface is hard packed gravel with an average running slope of moderate 2 - 3 degrees. The maximum running slope is between 3 - 5 degrees. Download Full Accessibility Audit

Camping

There are 44 sites at this campground of which 3 sites are designated accessible. They are in close proximity to accessible washroom. The campsites are on a level, firm surface with large camping area. The surface is hard packed gravel. Each of the campsites in this section of the campground has an accessible table - 3 total. There are also accessible tables in the picnic area. Download Full Accessibility Audit

Goods & Services

There is no information or interpretive centre at this location. Download Full Accessibility Audit

Washrooms

There is an accessible pit toilet located at the south end of the campsite. It is equipped with grab bars. The door width and turning radius inside meet the code requirements. Download Full Accessibility Audit

Viewing Areas

There are no specific viewing areas at this location. However, there are many views of the lake and surrounding forest from multiple locations at this park, particularly the campsites and picnic shelter. Download Full Accessibility Audit

Trails

Beaver Lodge Trail. This trail has typical running slopes between 3 - 5 degrees with some sections that are steep exceeding 5 degree slopes. The trail has many roots, rocks, some gravel, loose dirt and wet areas which make the trail difficult to traverse. Lakeshore Trail - This trail is not accessible and would not be recommended wheelchairs or those with other mobility devices. Download Full Accessibility Audit

Water Access

There is a dock at this location. The gangway exceeds a 5 degree slope which makes this dock unsafe to access. Download Full Accessibility Audit

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