Castle Rock Hoodoos Provincial Park, British Columbia is located on the W side of Deadman River just below Skookum Lake, N of Kamloops Lake.
"Origin Notes and History: Deadman Hoodoos Park established per Bill 29: Park Amendment Act 1997, 23 July 1997, containing 34 ha. Name changed to Castle Rock Hoodoos Park and boundary redescribed per Bill 15-2001: Protected Areas of British Columbia Amendment Act, 2001, 11 April 2001; the whole now containing 16 ha. more or less. Source: BC place name cards, or correspondence to/from BC's Chief Geographer or BC Geographical Names Office" [cited: BC Government 2013]
"White to yellow cliffs, small hoodoo formations and fluvial deposits of eroded volcanic ash are found in the park. The area is south facing with dry plant communities such as choke cherry, Saskatoon berry and Douglas-fir. The formations are extremely sensitive to erosion and damage by hiking boots. Please view, as opposed to climbing or biking." [cited: BC Parks 2013]
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Category:Travel and Places
Keywords:2009, 8-Aug-09, BC Provincial Parks, British Columbia, Canada, Castle Rock Hoodoos Provincial Park, TNRD, Thompson-Nicola Regional District