“A provincial park in British Columbia”
Juniper Beach was established as a Provincial Park in 1989. The park protects a representative desert landscape which contains sagebrush, prickly pear cactus and of course, juniper. Part of the landscape includes deep post-glacial deposits and large scale erosion features. It is a convenient overnight camping spot for travelers on Hwy #1 and provides access to the Thompson River. Both CNR and CPR railway tracks run by the park and provide an attraction to train-buffs. This park is also a popular base camp for visitors enjoying boating, fishing, photography and touring historic Hat Creek Ranch and Ashcroft Manor, both nearby.
Wonderful spot that we found in advertently during our travels. We had our four and two-year-old boys with us. They were in absolute heaven watching the CN & CPR trains on the railways! Not a ton to do in the area, but the campground itself was clean and the hosts were fantastic! Everyone was very friendly. There are 5 first come/first serve spots by the river with water & 30 amp hookups!
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Juniper Beach Provincial Park
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