Article from Larry Pynn of The Province
Welcome to Davis Lake Provincial Park, abandoned and abused poster child for the underfunding of B.C. Parks.
The government website for the 192-hectare, Class-A park, about a 45-minute drive northeast of Mission, tells visitors to expect nature appreciation, a “unique ecology,” a scenic waterfall, and a 15-minute walk through “a virtually pure stand of western hemlock” to lakeside camping.
Anticipate, too, prime bird habitat,...