Petroglyph Provincial Park

Description

Visitors come to Petroglyph Provincial Park for the numerous prehistoric rock carvings etched over 1,000 years ago near rock formations, caves, and waterfalls. Informational displays depict how the petroglyphs can be deciphered in an interpretive center near the parking lot. Hiking, cycling, and viewing wildlife are additional advantages to a visit. Be sure to make a rubbing of the concrete replicas for a keepsake.

Address

2249 Northey's Bay Road
British Columbia, Canada

Lat/Long

49.14162600, -123.92720800
Visit Website
(250) 474-1336

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