Pennask Creek Provincial Park
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It was established on April 18, 2001 to protect a significant rainbow trout brood fishery. The park also contains mature forests of Lodgepole pine with some Engelmann spruce and other species of flora. It is not intended for public use except for viewing of fish spawning and other educational programs.
- BCParks: Pennask Creek Provincial Park accessed 11 February 2010
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