The water of Clearwater Lake is so clear the bottom is visible at 11 m/35 ft. It's a prime habitat for trophy-size lake trout, northern pike and whitefish. Accessible by a self-guiding trail is a natural phenomenon called "the caves," huge slabs of rock broken off the dolomite cliffs. Much of the park's 595 sq. km/ 230 sq. mi. area is made up of coniferous forests yielding a rich variety of berries and wildflowers. The park offers fishing, swimming, boating, hiking, overnight lodging and camping.
Location: 18 km/11 mi. north of The Pas at junction of PTH 10 and 287.