Sproat Lake Provincial Park, BC
Sproat Lake Provincial Park Short Term Forecast
The lake offers swimming fishing waterksiing and even windsurfing when the wind is up. There are campgrounds with picnic areas too and plenty of trails. According to BC Parks there are some interesting petroglyphs :'A variety of short access trails lead visitors around this park including a trail to the eastern end of Sproat Lake which is home to one of the finest panels of prehistoric petroglyphs in British Columbia. Little is known about this petroglyph named Kakawin but it isnt hard to imagine this rock carving as depicting some mystical ancient monsters of the lake.'VIHA takes water samples from time to time during swim season on the eastern end and on the western end of the park.This beach is one of those beaches that will be measured 'as needed' by the Vancouver Island Health Authority. This means that the Vancouver Island Health Authority may keep the beaches open to swimmers despite the potential dangers to swimmers. Fraser Riverkeepers will always mark this beach with a grey rating (unless they begin to monitor the beach more frequently) to warn swimmers of potential dangers. When swimming in these waters always exercise caution.
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