Finger-Tatuk Provincial Park is located 80 kilometres south of Vanderhoof and 115 km southwest of Prince George. Finger-Tatuk Provincial Park features a beautiful series of lakes and is a regionally significant recreational destination. The park surrounds Finger and Tatuk Lakes and extends south to include the smaller Turff, Vance, Cory, Bodley, and Harp Lakes south of the Tatuk Hills. Abundant populations of Rainbow Trout and Kokanee are the main attraction for anglers in the area. Guided and resident hunting and boating are also popular pursuits.