Bromley Rock Provincial Park

Bromley Rock Provincial Park
IUCN category II (national park)

The cliffs pictured here rise about 50 feet straight out of a deep pool on the Similkameen River. In the summer, when the current isn't too strong, the top of these rocks are often packed with mostly teenagers looking for a good thrill.
Location British Columbia, Canada
Nearest city Princeton
Coordinates 49°24′58″N 120°15′45″W / 49.41611°N 120.26250°W / 49.41611; -120.26250Coordinates: 49°24′58″N 120°15′45″W / 49.41611°N 120.26250°W / 49.41611; -120.26250
Governing body BC Parks

Bromley Rock Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada. Bromley Rock is a popular swimming and cliff jumping destination located on the Similkameen River, approximately fifteen minutes from Princeton.[1]


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