The Stikine River Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia. The park covers a total area of approximately 217,000 hectares. The main feature of the Stikine River Provincial Park is a portion of the Stikine River known as "The Grand Canyon". This portion of the river is approximately eighty kilometers long and runs through a canyon that has been created from the river cutting through the rock that now forms the walls of the "canyon".
|Stikine River Provincial Park|
Location in British Columbia
|Location||Kitimat-Stikine RD and Stikine Region, British Columbia|
|Area||257,177 ha (992.97 sq mi)|
|Established||14 March 1987|
|Governing body||BC Parks|
|Website||Stikine River Provincial Park|