|Type: Backcountry / Wilderness Camping
Open: Year round
Toilets: None, Leave no Trace
Potable Water: No
Pets: Yes, on leash
Garbage: Pack it out
Fire Pit: No, Leave no Trace (Check for fire ban)
|Description: Artlish Caves Provincial Park is known for its spectacular and unique karst features (a distinctive topography in which the landscape is largely shaped by the dissolving action of water on carbonate bedrock, usually limestone, dolomite or marble), which are of provincial and national significance. The remote park features two large cave entrances and an underground river within an old growth forest environment. This area was proposed for protection by the local community for many years before becoming established as a park in 1996.
Things to Do:
Fishing - Fishing is permitted as per provincial and federal fishing regulations.
Hinking - On rugged, user-maintained trails through the forest
Spelunking - Opportunities for recreational caving exist in this remote park, although the routes to the cave entrances are not marked. Use caution in this area. These caves offer a wilderness caving experience and are suitable for experienced, adventurous cavers only.
Rules: BC Parks Policy. Practice Leave no Trace and BC Backcountry Camping Ethics
Operated by: BC Provincial Parks
Number of Sites: 0
Map: Park Map
Website: BC Parks
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