Skagit Valley Provincial Park

Skagit Valley Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada, centred on the Skagit River and its tributaries. The park is 27,964 Hectares. The park borders E. C. Manning Provincial Park in Canada and Ross Lake National Recreation Area and North Cascades National Park in the United States. It includes part of Ross Lake, a reservoir formed by a hydroelectric dam in Whatcom County, Washington.[2][3]

Skagit Valley Provincial Park
Map showing the location of Skagit Valley Provincial Park
Map showing the location of Skagit Valley Provincial Park
Location in British Columbia
Map showing the location of Skagit Valley Provincial Park
Map showing the location of Skagit Valley Provincial Park
LocationFraser Valley RD, British Columbia, Canada
Coordinates49°07′00″N 121°10′00″W / 49.11667°N 121.16667°W / 49.11667; -121.16667Coordinates: 49°07′00″N 121°10′00″W / 49.11667°N 121.16667°W / 49.11667; -121.16667
Area27,964 ha (107.97 sq mi)
EstablishedDecember 6, 1973
Governing bodyBC Parks
WebsiteSkagit Valley Provincial Park

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Protected Planet | Skagit Valley Park". Protected Planet. Retrieved 2020-10-27.
  2. ^ Official Web Site
  3. ^ "Skagit Valley Park". BC Geographical Names.

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