Crooked River (Bear Lake) Provincial Park

Bear Lake, BC

Crooked River (Bear Lake) Provincial Park is a popular camping and day-use area for Prince George residents and people travelling north along the Alaska Highway. Highlights include sunbathing on sandy beaches, swimming in the lake (motorized boats are prohibited), fishing and hiking.

A natural feature in this park is Livingston Springs. These springs are cold-water and stay at approximately 7°C year-round (even in -30°C weather). The trail leads through lodgepole pine and is mostly flat, save for a short, moderate hill just before reaching the springs. The trail is approximately 7km round trip (3.5km from the trailhead to the springs). 
Note: If you visit when the park is closed, you must park by the gate, just off Hwy 97. From the gate to the springs it is nearly 5km.

Activities and features at Crooked River include camping, canoeing, cycling, hiking, fishing, swimming, wildlife viewing, picnic sites, playground, sani-dump, showers, and washrooms.


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