Kilby Provincial Park


Kilby Provincial Park

Kilby Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada.

Kilby Park is located at Harrison Mills, on the Harrison River overlooking Harrison Bay in the Upper Fraser Valley of southwestern British Columbia.

It is a small park of only 3 hectares and 22 camp sites and is adjacent to the Kilby Store Museum, whic h maintains an 1890s appearance and stock. The park offers water sports and opportunities to view wintering bald eagles and also trumpeter swans which migrate from Alaska.

References

* [http://www.britishcolumbia.com/parks/?id=107 BC Parks]
* [http://www.fraservalleyguide.com/Profile.59.html Fraser Valley Guide]


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