Bull Canyon Provincial Park

Cariboo Region, British Columbia

View 3 Photos

PARK AMENITIES & ACCESSIBILITY

access route icon
Access Route
Meets Code
The access route for the parking lot t Read more...
access route icon
Camping
Unrated
Vehicle accessible campsites were not Read more...
access route icon
Goods & Services
Unrated
No goods and services. Read more...
access route icon
Washrooms
Doesn't Meet Code
One designated accessible outhouse wit Read more...
access route icon
Viewing Areas
Unrated
Viewing area is at the end of the trai Read more...
access route icon
Trails
Doesn't Meet Code
The trail starts with a steep grassed Read more...
access route icon
Water Access
N/A
No water access. Read more...

About This Park

Bull Canyon is a small campground along Highway 20, ideal for visitors travelling in the Chilcotin. The park is located in a beautiful canyon, with the glacier blue Chilcotin River flowing past the campground. There is a short walking trail beside the river, and the surrounding area supports excellent fishing lakes, birdwatching and wildlife viewing opportunities.

People can view shallow caves in Bull Canyon Mountain on the Chilcotin River Interpretive Trail. Bull Canyon Park is often used as a base to explore the Chilco.

This is a scenic location in a narrow canyon beside the Chilcotin River with 20 vehicle accessible campsites, a day use area and a level asphalt parking lot. There is a short, narrow grassland trail that is accessed from the parking lot but the first part of the trail is steep and would be difficult to make accessible.

Feature Photo: britishcolumbia.com

Bull Canyon Provincial Park

Park Facilities & Accessibility Features

Access Route

The access route for the parking lot to the accessible outhouse is a coarse gravel surface, making this otherwise flat and wide trail difficult for some users to wheel over. Download Full Accessibility Audit

Camping

Vehicle accessible campsites were not audited. Download Full Accessibility Audit

Goods & Services

No goods and services. Download Full Accessibility Audit

Washrooms

One designated accessible outhouse with a 35 mm lip from gravel surface of the access route to concrete landing pad and a 40 mm lip from concrete landing pad to concrete floor of outhouse. Grab bars are too short and are angled. Download Full Accessibility Audit

Viewing Areas

Viewing area is at the end of the trail, which is not accessible. Download Full Accessibility Audit

Trails

The trail starts with a steep grassed section that is not accessible. Download Full Accessibility Audit

Water Access

No water access. Download Full Accessibility Audit

Explore Nearby Parks

Cariboo

Lac La Hache is one of the most popular recreation lakes along Highway 97. There are many stories to explain how the lak ... Read More ->

Cariboo

Dugan Lake is located in the Central Cariboo Region of British Columbia, Canada, approx. 24 km (14.88 miles) east of the ... Read More ->