April 1996, Roche Lake Provincial Park is located on the Thompson Plateau
and encompasses seven lakes that attract fly-fishing enthusiasts. Roche
Lake and the surrounding lakes are consistent producers of rainbow
trout in the 2-4 lb. range. There are a number of informal trails
for hiking, biking and horseback riding.
Roche Lake Provincial Park is located 36-km southeast of Kamloops
and accessed via a gravel road from Highway 5A.
FACILITIES & ACTIVITIES
- There are 75 user-maintained, rustic campsites on a first-come,
first-served basis located on the west and north ends of the lake.
Group campsites are available. There are no sani-station/dump facilities,
only pit toilets and bring drinking water. The park also offers wilderness
and Boating - Roche and the other park lakes are well know for
their fly fishing qualities producing excellent rainbow trout. There
are boat launches at both of the campsites. Canoeing and kayaking
and Trails - There are a number of informal trails for hiking,
cycling and horseback riding. Come winter, this area is popular
with cross-country skiers and snowmobilers.
food and other necessary supplies such as gas, propane, camping gear
and fishing license Kamloops,
Merritt and Logan
Lake are near by.
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