Formerly called Texas Creek Provincial Park, Gladstone Provincial Park is a vast expanse of unspoiled wilderness on the northern tip of Christina Lake. This 39,387-hectare park is situated in the Selkirk Foothills, which includes a diversity of habitats unique to the area, including an important winter range for deer and elk, kokanee salmon spawning areas, and old-growth cedar and hemlock forests. Christina Lake is one of the warmest and clearest lakes in Canada, and is a very popular summer destination.
Aside from its ecological importance, the Gladstone Park also has historical features. Traces of […]