Victor Lake Provincial Park was created in 1961 to provide a day use area to travellers along the Trans Canada Highway. In 1992 it was deemed too dangerous for vehicles to pull off and access the area from the busy highway. All facilities were dismantled. BC Parks is now in limbo as to what to do with the park. No hiking opportunities. Public access to the park is actually not encouraged. Lately there has been a resurgence of interest to the area by the local rock climbers accessing the bluffs above the lake. Perhaps an arrangement can be reached with the climbers to manage and maintain the park.