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Arrow Lakes Park
Provincial Park

Your Host(s) : Canada Post

Fauquier, BC (Nearby: Applegrove, Edgewood, Burton, Carrolls Landing, Makinson)

  • The Arrow Lakes Historical Society has this great photo of Kitty and her brother George, ca. 1907, when she was about 16. They’re on the Kaslo and Slocan Railway track on the spur line to Cody, bearing rifles at the Dead Man Slide.

121 OAK ST
Fauquier, British Columbia
V0G 1K0

British Columbia Tourism Region : Kootenay Rockies

Description From Owner:
  • From Arrow Rock, which, in the days before the Keenleyside Dam flooded the area, was a high cliff on the east side of Lower Arrow Lake.
  • Three large crevices, approximately forty feet above the water, once held embedded hundreds of Indian arrows.
  • Aemilius Simpson, passing that way in 1826, referred to the rock by name and noted that the Indians used it for target practice.
  • A subsequent account, however, says that the arrows were shot to determine an Indian's luck: an arrow that lodged in the rock signified good fortune, while one that fell into the water signified bad fortune.
  • VIBC men amused themselves by firing volleys to bring down arrows.
  • With permission from G.P.V and Helen B. Akrigg 1997 British Columbia Place Names. UBC Press.

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Nearby Lakes and Mountains:
  • Whatshan Lake, 9km
  • Naumulten Mountain, 8km
  • Snowshoe Lake, 9km
  • Mount McBride, 10km
  • Mount Prough, 11km
  • Mount Rollins, 10km
  • Goat Mountain, 11km
  • Mount Shardelow, 14km
  • Hilda Peak, 12km
  • Mount Ingersoll, 18km
  • Lindsay Lake, 13km
  • Mista Peak, 20km
  • Mount Lequereux, 16km
  • York Lake, 15km
  • Lower Arrow Lake, 23km
  • Mount O'Leary, 21km
  • Sangrida Peak, 25km
  • Mount York, 17km
  • Whatshan Peak, 26km
  • McKean Lakes, 19km
  • Mount Harlow, 21km
  • Woden Peak, 20km
  • Purney Lake, 20km
  • Cinnamon Lake, 28km
  • Mount McKean, 20km
  • Mount Ludlow, 24km
  • Scalping Knife Mountain, 27km
  • Mount Freya, 25km
  • Inonoaklin Mountain, 26km
  • Gunwad Mountain, 22km
  • Mount Scaia, 21km
  • Mount Marshall, 23km
  • Galloping Mountain, 23km
  • Bunny Lake, 23km
  • Mount Carleton Brown, 23km
  • Mount Flynn, 28km
  • Mount Dorval, 23km
  • Mount Bor, 24km
  • Gregorio Peak, 25km
  • Saddle Mountain, 34km
  • Bear Paw Lake, 34km
  • Gwillim Lakes, 24km
  • Mount Young, 25km
  • Hird Lakes, 24km
  • Rocky Lakes, 24km
  • Holmes Lake, 32km
  • Lucifer Peak, 25km
  • Lily Pad Lake, 36km
  • Trident Peak, 25km
  • Upper Saddle Mountain, 36km