Beaumont Provincial Park

Beaumont Provincial Park is a provincial park located at the southeast end of Fraser Lake, between Fort Fraser and the town of Fraser Lake, British Columbia, approximately 40 km west of Vanderhoof, British Columbia. The park contains the site of the original Fort Fraser.

Beaumont Provincial Park
Map showing the location of Beaumont Provincial Park
Map showing the location of Beaumont Provincial Park
Map of British Columbia
LocationRange 5 Coast Land District, British Columbia, Canada
Nearest cityPrince George, BC
Coordinates54°03′29″N 124°37′00″W / 54.05806°N 124.61667°W / 54.05806; -124.61667
Area178 ha. (1.78 km²)
EstablishedFebruary 16, 1960
Governing bodyBC Parks
A view of Fraser Lake from the beach at Beaumont Provincial Park

Facilities include

  • 49 campsites
  • a boat launch
  • a day picnic area
  • a swimming beach
  • a sani-station

Fraser MountainEdit

There is a 4 km long trail up Mount Fraser that starts across the highway but still within the Beaumont park boundary. At the top is an old forest service tower that provides a clear view of the surrounding area. Some of the steepest sections of the trail once made up a small ski hill, which operated in the late 60s and early 70s, complete with a rope-tow. It takes an estimated 3 hours to ascend the mountain. The trailhead is located between the park entrance and Piper's Glen Resort.

External linksEdit

  • "Beaumont Park". BC Geographical Names.

Coordinates: 54°03′00″N 124°37′0″W / 54.05000°N 124.61667°W / 54.05000; -124.61667 (Beaumont Provincial Park)