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Painted Bluffs Pro­vin­cial Park is lo­cated 34 kilo­me­tres west of Kamloops— there is no road ac­cess to the park. Land­based ac­cess is not pos­si­ble, due to the sur­round­ing pri­vate prop­erty, but the park can be ac­cessed by wa­ter­craft from Kamloops Lake.

Na­tive copper dig­gings and his­toric mine sites are found here.

The area is noted for con­cen­tra­tions of Cal­i­for­nia bighorn sheep.

Fish­ing for rain­bow trout is pos­si­ble (on Kamloops Lake) but keep in mind, as with ev­ery­where else in B.C., the ap­pro­pri­ate li­cence is re­quired.

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