There are many recreation opportunities on the JPRF now and more being developed annually. As a number of the structures are newly acquired, they are in a variety of conditions. There are 11.5 km of existing hiking trails and approximately 40km of proposed trails intended to be built over the next 3 years. Of the existing trails, there is a 6km piece of trail with a traditional campsite.

The Cinnabar Research Station, acquired in Spring of 2002, has existed as a wilderness resort for the last 35 years. There are 3 spacious cabins and the main office which all face out onto the bearutiful Tezzeron Lake on the northern edge of the JPRF. With opportunities for fishing, hiking, biking, bird watching, boating, x-county skiing, snowshoeing and other opportunities, recreation here is limited only by the visitors imagination. See Facilities for more information about this structure.


Another remarkable facility is the group of buildings on the separate northern portion of the JPRF, what used to be a Girl Guide camp. The JPRF has plans over the next 5 years to revitalize the camp as a remote resort facility.








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