Beauvais Lake Provincial Park represents the Montane Sub-region of the Rocky Mountain Natural Region. It protects rare and diverse ecosystems and wildlife, including specifes at risk like the northern lepard frog.
Elk, moose, wolves, black bears, grizzly bears and other montane species are common in the park.
The park and surrounding area are prime wildlife habitat. This includes the campground and developed facilities, as well as backcountry trails.
Enjoy wildlife from a distance. Please review our safety tips to be prepared.
Crown of the Continent
Beauvais Lake is like a gem in the Crown of the Continent. The ecosystem where Alberta, British Columbia and Montana meet is largely defined by the habitat needs of the wide-ranging wildlife that thrives here. The Crown of the Continent, "one of the world's great mountain landscapes", covers approximately 44,000 square kilometres.