Tudyah Lake Provincial Park lies on the western perimeter of the Rocky Mountain Trench, between the Nechako Plateau on the west and the Hart Ranges of the Rockies to the east.
It has 36 vehicle/tent sites to its credit, in an open grassed meadow and far enough apart to ensure privacy. All basic amenities are provided. The campsite also provides a day-use picnicking areas, some of the parks facilities are wheelchair accessible. The campground is open from May to September and fees are collected. No fee or services provided after September 30th; campers may stay in self-contained units and be user maintained until snow closes the park.
A smaller, Forest Service campground lies farther north along the lake, accessible from the Finlay Forest Service Rd. The road continues beyond Tudyah Lake, and is the main access road for areas on the western side of Williston Lake, where hundreds of miles of arterial gravel roads, most of which eventually end in either bush or clear-cut, lead to nearly two dozen small Forest Service campgrounds scattered across the landscape, including a trio of sites around the popular Germansen Lake.
You’ll enjoy good squawfish angling, with some rainbow and bull trout in Tudyah Lake Provincial Park. From here, a rat’s nest of Forest Service roads bring the angler into a fisherman’s paradise far too expansive, and too difficult to describe without a good map. Or you can just head for Finlay Bay on Williston Lake, you can’t miss it; it’s the largest body of water in the province. Whether or not you can catch a fish here, well, that depends on your skill and if the fish are biting when you cast a line. Talk to local outfitters for information on where to catch what in this gigantic lake.
Tudyah Lake Provincial Park is located in Northern British Columbia, 6 miles (9 km) north of McLeod Lake on Highway 97.
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