Lac Le Jeune Canada
Located south of Kamloops, Lac Le Jeune is a lake and park known for its abundance of wildlife. Established as a provincial park in 1956 and operated by the British Columbia Ministry of the Environment, it provides habitat for beaver, moose, birds and other wildlife. The lake is a popular spot for fly-fishing and fighting rainbow trout. The shoreline and park are surrounded by hill terrain and forests.
With over 100 campsites in the park, it is an excellent location to enjoy the great outdoors and nature in the summertime.