Meziadin Lake Provincial Park
Meziadin Lake Park was established December 4th 1987 and consists of 335 heactres of beautiful land. Meziadin Lake Provincial Park is a popular stop for residential patrons as well as for travelers on their way North to Alaska or exploring the Northern Region of BritishColumbia.
Located at 15639 Highway 27, Kitimat-Stikine A, British Columbia, Canada, only two hours away from Kitwanga, a historical site of Canada where you can visit St Paul’s Angelican Church and the Totem Poles of Gitwangak village. You
can also visit the mining towns of Stewart, British Columbia; a day trip away from Bear Glacier.
At Meziadin Lake Park there is an excellent upgraded campground with 66 standard and high-density sites and 4 tent pads, that fit the needs of everyone, from people on bicycles to the very large recreational vehicles. Some of these beautiful sites are placed along the shore of Meziadin Lake and are on a first come, first serve basis.
Facilities at the Park are tent pads, picnic tables, fire rings, pit toilets, handicapped accessible toilets, garbage facilities, food cache, drinking water by hand pump, electrical hookups, a boat launch with a small dock, and picnic shelter with beautiful view of the Lake.
You can also go canoeing or kayaking, cycling, swimming, wildlife viewing, and fishing, where you will see the main species being Rainbow Trout and Dolly Varden, but in late Summer you can see the Salmon spawning in the lake and nearby Hanna and Tintina Creeks.
Dogs are permitted in the Park but have to remain on a leash at all times. Dogs are not permitted on beach areas or inside park buildings. Also the back country areas are not suitable
due to the Wildlife. Meziadin Park contains a high value Grizzly Bear Habitat and Black bears along with Grizzlies are commonly seen in the area.
On location there is a Convenience Store which is open 8am to 10 am and 5pm to 8pm with the availability of being open upon request as well. The store has a public phone for your convenience, and sells a wide variety of products. They also sell fishing tackle including fishing rods and reels, as well as angling licenses.
Meziadin Park offers Lake tours, Glacier Tours and Guided Angling. Angler Guiding is $80 per hour plus taxes, maximum 3 people and the cost includes all rods, tackle and bait. Lake tours are $80 per hour plus taxes.
Glacier Tours are $135 per person plus taxes. A minimum of two people and to the maximum of four, this trip includes a trip to Meziadin Fish Ladder, Stewart, Hyder, Bear and Salmon Glaciers and can include Fish Creek. A lunch stop will be provided in either Stewart or Hyder. The Tour takes approximately 8 hours.
With everything that Meziadin Lake Provincial Park offers there is something for everyone, a great place to enjoy nature and see some amazing wildlife in their natural habitat.