Pure Lake Provincial Park
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Pure Lake Provincial Park lies within the traditional territory of the Haida First Nation in Haida Gwaii, the former Queen Charlotte Islands, encompassing and protecting Pure Lake.
The 130-hectare park is a popular day-use destination for local residents who enjoy fresh water swimming and picnicking. No camping facilities are available at the park, but public toilets, five picnic tables and two firepits are provided.
Pure Lake Provincial Park is located on Graham Island, immediately east of Highway 16, north of the community of Port Clements and approximately 19 km south of Masset on Haida Gwaii. Parking is provided at the highway pull-out. A short walking trail leads from the main road to the picnic area at Pure Lake. Parking is available at the highway pull-out.
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