Juniper Beach Provincial Park, British Columbia was established as a Provincial Park in 1989. And is located on the N side of Thompson River between Kamloops Lake and Ashcroft.
The park protects a representative desert landscape which contains sagebrush, prickly pear cactus and of course, juniper. Part of the landscape includes deep post-glacial deposits and large scale erosion features. It is a convenient overnight camping spot for travellers on Hwy #1 and provides access to the Thompson River. Both CNR and CPR railway tracks run by the park and provide an attraction to train-buffs. [cited: BC Parks 2013]
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Category:Travel and Places
Keywords:19-Oct-09, 2009, BC Provincial Parks, British Columbia, Canada, Juniper Beach Provincial Park, TNRD, Thompson River, Thompson-Nicola Regional District