The Eneas Lakes is a lovely undeveloped area consisting of four pristine lakes on a fir and pine-forested plageau. The main draw to the area is the opportunity to spend a relaxing afternoon fishing the calm waters of the Eneas Lakes for trout. Other activities include canoeing, wildlife viewing, snowmobiling, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding and wilderness camping.

This park has four level undeveloped campgrounds which offer vehicle accessible campsites on a first-come, first-served basis. There are no services provided and campers should be self-sufficient. 4×4 vehicles can only access this park as road has been deactivated. The park and camping areas are open all year if accessible. From Eneas Lakes, it’s only 4km to Darke Lake Provincial Park. It has a small campground with good rainbow and brook trout fishing. In winter, the lake is the site of ice fishing and skating.

The lakes are located 20km west of Peachland off Highway 97 on the Prairie Valley Road.

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