115 hectare Rolley Lake Provincial Park is located 23 kilometres southeast of Mission City, near Stave Lake at Lat, 49-122 SE in the Lower Frase Valley. Features include a 64 site campground, day use area (23 tables), six kilometres of trails and an interpretation program.
Grass, Al. 1993. Rolley Lake Natural and Cultural History: Theme Document. BC Parks
Keywords: Rolley Lake, natural, cultural history, theme
English Name: Lady Fern, Shepherd's Purse, Oval-leaved Blueberry, Round-leaved Sundew, Sitka Spruce, Water Shield, Black Cottonwood, Western Hemlock, Sheep Sorrel, Red Alder, Little Western Bitter-cress, Salal, Floating-leaved Pondweed, Oceanspray, Fringecup, Vine Maple, Common Chickweed, Running Club-moss, Bitter Cherry, Stinging Nettle, Oak Fern, Meadow Buttercup, Red Huckleberry, Sword Fern, Baldhip Rose, Western Yew, Three-leaved Foamflower, Pacific Ninebark, Large-leaved Avens, Field Chickweed, Black Raspberry, Deer Fern, Paper Birch, Amabilis Fir, Red-flowering Currant, Sweet Gale, Dull Oregon-grape, Common Horsetail, Black Twinberry, Western Redcedar, Pacific Bleeding Heart, Piggy-back Plant, Bunchberry, Cascara
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