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Amazing wilderness experience. The hiking in this park is absolutely stunning. Be sure to pack the right gear if you come to stay a night or two. The only camping available is hike-in and there are no amenities available. Still, absolutely worth the hike and you will not regret visiting this park.

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Very nice park to visit. My only drawback is I think the rates for a campsite are a bit higher than I prefer.

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Blanket Creek is another amazing provincial park tucked away in BC. Right on the river and it's very accessible right off the highway. The campsites are nice and roomy with a fire pit. At $28 per site, it is a bit pricey for me and also be sure to pack plenty of mosquito spray or some good mosquito nets as they can get pretty bad at times.

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This was a park I stopped at after exploring glacier national park in Montana. Once you pass through the west side of the park, turn north on 93 and cross the border. It's about a two hour drive once you leave glacier and is absolutely worth the visit. There is some beautiful hiking in this park and the car accessible camping is great though be prepared to pay $30 per night for a site. This is a very popular park as well so it might be a good idea to reserve a campsite ahead of time in case they fill up.

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