Yukon Territory

Boya Lake Provincial Park
Cassiar Highway (Hwy 37), Northern British Columbia

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Boya Lake Provincial Park

Boya Lake is a lovely lake surrounded by great scenery. It is high on the list of our favourite provincial parks in British Columbia. As with many BC parks, there are no services or hookups. On Google Maps it is here.

According to the BC Parks website, the bottom of Boya Lake "is composed of marl, a mixture of silt and shell fragments. The crystal clear waters and aqua-marine lake colour are a result of the light reflecting from the marl bottom."

Boya Lake, Cassiar Hgihway, BC
View from our campsite, early morning - September 2007

Boya Lake, British Columbia
View from the lake's edge by our campsite - June 2008

Boya Lake, Cassiar Highway, BC
View from our campsite, late in the evening - September 2007

Boya Lake, Cassiar Highway, British Columbia
View from our campsite - September 1993

Kayaking on Boya Lake, BC
Kayaking on Boya Lake - August 2009

Boya Lake, Cassiar Highway, BC
Canoeing between the Islands on Boya Lake - June 2008

Boya Lake, Cassiar Highway, BC
Canoeing Boya Lake - June 2008

Rainy Boya Lake, British Columbia
July 2008

Campsite at Boya Lake, Cassiar Highway, BC
Boya Lake Provincial Park campsite - July 2008

Boya Lake camping, Yukon
Boya Lake Provincial Park campsite - September 1993

Canoe and Boya Lake, Cassiar Highway
Ready to canoe Boya Lake - July 2008

Sun setting on Boya Lake (Cassiar Highway) BC
View from our campsite of the sun setting on Boya Lake - August 2009