PARK AMENITIES & ACCESSIBILITY
Goods & Services
About This Park
Dugan Lake is located in the Central Cariboo Region of British Columbia, Canada, approx. 24 km (14.88 miles) east of the City of Williams Lake on the Horsefly Lake Road. Turn off BC Hwy 97 onto the Horsefly Rd. at 150 Mile House. Approx. 2.41 km (1.5 miles) past the junction of the Horsefly and Likely Roads, you will turn off the Horsefly Rd onto the Dugan Lake Rd.
For the “Fisher’s” this is a hghly productive lake, with rainbow trout & brook trout taking both fly and small lures. The brookies are your main target with sizes averaging 1 1/2 to 2 lbs. and occassionally going to 4 lbs.
Park Facilities & Accessibility Features
Throughout this site the access route is mostly compact gravel and grass with loose gravel in some sections. The access route and terrain varies from gentle 1 to 2 degrees to moderate 3 to 5 degrees and a 10 degree running slope at washroom. In this case the two important features such as the fishing dock and the accessible washroom have access routes that do not meet the code and therefore would not receive a accessible rating. Download Full Accessibility Audit
There are numerous campsites at this location that have a firm and stable gravel surface. These campsites are flat with a gradient of 1 degree or less. While the campsites are equipped with picnic tables and fire pits they are not of an accessible design. Download Full Accessibility Audit
Goods & Services
There is an information display that provides detail on the types of fish that are in Dugan Lake. Download Full Accessibility Audit
There is an accessible pit toilet located at this site however there isn't enough maneuvering space to open the door without rolling off the cement pad and backing down the short 10 degree slope that leads up to the pit toilet. Download Full Accessibility Audit
Most of the campsites have a great view of the lake. Download Full Accessibility Audit
There is a walking trail around Dugan Lake. The first 75 metres of trail does not have much curb appeal. There is a steep slope at trail head with weeds and loose gravel in places. Thereafter the trail is very good. It is comprised of gravel and is generally hard packed with some areas of loose gravel. The typical running slope of the trail is a gentle 1 to 2 degrees but there are some sections that exceed 5 degrees which is steep. Download Full Accessibility Audit
Fishing dock needs the gaps filled in at the start of the dock or needs a transition plate installed to the recommended or above code standards. Download Full Accessibility Audit