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Moose Valley Provincial Park, BC

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Moose Valley Provincial Park is included in our mapping project because it has a canoe route consisting of 12 small lakes. The canoe chain starts at Marks Lake which has parking and at Kirkland Lake. The other lakes included in this popular canoe route which lasts about two-days round trip are Mailtand Lake (largest lake with a lot of loons) two lakes that make up what is known as Crane Lake two more lakes that make up Beaverlodge Lakes Long Lake Moose Lake Grebe Lake and Canoe Lakes.The government parks department warns that you should not attempt to paddle the waterways in low water due to moss beds that will be damaged by dragging your canoe. The lakes are part of wetland bogs and marshlands and are great for hiking birdwatching and wilderness camping. Nearby lakes include Valentine Lakes.This beach is not monitored nor do we have any data on it. While it may be safe to swim please check with your local authorities or watch for posted signs.
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The status of this beach is GREY
Recent and/or reliable water quality information is unavailable.

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