Trembleur Lake Provincial Park
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Trembleur Lake Provincial Park is a part of the larger preserved area, known as the Stuart-Trembleur-Takla Lakes boating system, a waterway of nearly 300 kilometers. Trembleur Lake, after which the park is named, is a pristine lake nearly 50 kilometres in length. The lake and park offer a spectacular wilderness setting and recreational activities such as boating, hunting, and angling.
- "Trembleur Lake Provincial Park". Ministry of Environment, British Columbia. Retrieved 19 July 2013.
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