BC Recreation Sites & Recreation Reserves
2898 Provincial BC Recreation sites & Recreation Reserves showing:
- Number of sites
- Vehicle access type
- Boat launches
- Maintained, user maintained, & non-maintained sites
TNN also shows an additional 615 marked campsites throughout the region.
(Hiking, Mountain Bike, ORV/ATV, Snowmobile)
Take in the landscape with 516 marked viewpoints.
Fire Lookout Towers
40 standing & decommissioned locations
Locations of 10 hot springs throughout the region.
Locations of 278 waterfalls throughout the region.
Stops of Interest
If you’ve travelled in B.C. or live close to a historic site, chances are that you have seen at least one of
Highway Rest Stops
Spend less time on the shoulder when you need a break from those long road trips.
Coastal Kayak Campsites
Locations of 113 coastal kayak-in campsites and paddling routes.
Categorized Roads & Resource Roads
• Public maintained roads
• Forest service roads
• Road permits
• Retired permits & resource roads
• Crown land, private land, crown leases
• First nation boundaries
• Municipal Limits
• National/provincial parks, ecological reserves, conservancies, & protected areas
Big Treed Old Growth
Big-treed old growth is naturally rare. And, since it has been heavily targeted by harvesting, big-treed old growth is now very rare compared to its historic distribution.
Ancient Old Growth
This category includes forests that have developed without a stand-replacing disturbance for many centuries or millennia. These are identified as over 400 years old in ecosystems with rare stand-replacing disturbance and over 250 years with more frequent disturbance (ie. fires).
Historical Forest Fires
Wildfire perimeters for fire seasons from the past 10 years. Recent wildfires are well known
hotspots for morel mushrooms, and have a significant impact on wildlife behavior.
• Clear cuts labelled with the dates they were logged.