Whiteswan Provincial Park is situated in the Kootenay Ranges of BC's Rocky Mountains. The park is located east of Canal Flats via the Whiteswan Lake Road. Access is from Highway 93/95, turn east 4.5 kilometres south of Canal Flats onto the gravel Whiteswan Forestry Road. Whiteswan Lake is about 25 km from the highway.
Whiteswan Provincial Park (1994 hectares) provides the visitor with spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains, a wheelchair accessible campground, a day-use/picnic area, hiking trails to wildlife viewing stations, good beaches and a boat launching ramp. Two mountain lakes, Whiteswan Lake and Alces Lake are both located within the park and are noted for the angling opportunity they provide. Both are stocked with rainbow trout annually.
Lussier Hot Springs, a natural hot springs located near the park entrance at km 17.5 on the Whiteswan Forestry Road, is a favourite of campers and wilderness pilgrims and can be accessed from the Whiteswan Forestry Road by a short hike down to the Lussier River.