Nahatlatch Park

Nahatlatch Park

Proposed Boundary Adjustment Map

The proposed Boundary Adjustment area is approximately 1.5ha. It is made up of two unsurveyed tracts of land, one on each side of the Nahatlatch Lake subdivision on Hannah Lake. This remote wilderness park is largely undeveloped, and mostly used for fishing, boating, camping and swimming. Boston Bar First Nation has committed to using the proposed lands in a manner consistent with park purposes.

For more information on Nahatlatch Provincial Park, please visit the BC Parks website at:
http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/nahatlatch/

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Proposed Deletions Map


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West tract of land

 

  • Parcel located between Nahatlatch Forest Service Road and Hannah Lake
  • Undeveloped forested site, sloping slightly towards the river
  • Approximately 0.4ha, includes approximately 60m of low bank water frontage on the north shore of Hannah Lake
  • No vehicle access from the road
  • No indication of existing uses

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West Tract    West Tract

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East tract of land

  • Thin strip of land between Nahatlatch Forest Service Road and Hannah Lake
  • Approximately 1.0ha with 430m of water frontage on the north shore of Hannah Lake
  • Foreshore is extensive reeds
  • A narrow footpath from Nahatlatch Forest Service Road provides access to a small swimming area adjacent to private property
  • No indication of vehicle access or other current uses

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East Tract      East Tract

East Tract      East Tract


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