War Falls of Carp Lake Provincial Park is located 160km (2 hours) north of City of Prince George. Long famous for its rainbow trout, Carp Lake Provincial Park, offers some of the best fishing in the Central Interior BC. The park includes Carp Lake, War Lake, Rainbow Lake, Minnow Lake, and numerous smaller lakes and streams for fly fishing, boating, and canoeing. Camp grounds are available along the shoreline of the lakes, as well as on three islands in the middle of Carp Lake. A short walk from the park’s second primary campground at War Lake brings visitors to spectacular War Falls.
Map & Driving Direction
The main access road (Carp Lake Road) to Carp Lake Provincial Park joins John Hart Highway 97 at the community of McLeod Lake, 141 km north of Prince George. Then, it is 32 km from McLeod Lake to the Carp Lake campground via Carp Lake Road. This gravel road is single lane over part of its length, and has some rough surfaces and tight corners. The road may not be suitable for cars or trailers during the spring break-up period.
Read War Falls Hiking Trail for more info.