- A scenic provincial park 25km from Kamloops.
- From the entrance road, the campground sits up on the hill, a short ways from the gate. Trails go down to the beach or over to the bluff from the campground.
- The paved road winds down to the beach area where there is lots of parking.
- The beach is used by families, swimmers, fishermen, paddlers, and anyone wanting to cool off in the summer heat.
- Trails extend all the way to the west end of Paul Lake.
- Drive north on Highway 5 and turn right at the Paul Lake Road (at the traffic light).
- Follow this paved road for 19km to the entrance to the park which is on the Pinantan Road.
- At an earlier signed fork in the road, the right fork goes into the Paul Creek Valley to the end of Paul Lake and beyond to Harper Mountain (there is a trailhead at the end of the lake too).
- Most people drive down to the beach and park there to hike the trails.
- The park gate is closed in winter.
- There are 3 trailheads onto the Paul Lake trails.
- The main signed trailhead is at the west end of the beach area.
- The trailhead to the Bluff Trail is found at the upper (west) end of the campground.
- The trail system can also be accessed from the west end of Paul Lake.
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