The 78,947 hectare Goat Range Provincial Park is a large protected wilderness area just north of Kaslo along Highway #31. There is a rustic vehicle access camping area at Gerrard, on the old railway terminus.
There are no other developed facilities in the park. Access roads and trails are not maintained.
Wilderness, backcountry walk-in camping is provided, but no facilities are provided. There are no user fees charged at this time.
This park protects the only natural spawning site of the unique “Gerrard” Rainbow trout. This wilderness area is critical in maintaining the natural habitat for species such as grizzly bear, mountain goat and woodland caribou. Visitors are asked to employ low impact techniques.