Bromley Rock Provincial Park is a popular swimming hole with 17 vehicle accessible campsites on a first-come, first-served basis - campsite reservations are not accepted.
The sites are mid-sized and shaded by large Douglas fir, though the understory is sparse leaving the campground quite open and limiting privacy somewhat. Half of the sites are situated along the top of the Similkameen River bank and the gravel pads have been raised above the surrounding terrain.
Hiking in the area, just outside the park, affords good views of the Similkameen Valley. Tubing and canoeing is also popular here, providing a downstream route to Stemwinder Provincial Park. This is a well known starting point on the Similkameen River - you must portage your canoe or kayak to the river. Spring conditions are best.
Bromley Rock features a large picnic day use area, located west of the campground, also along the Similkameen.The park is open year round and campground fees are collected April to October. The closest store is in Hedley, roughly 15 km east of the park, or Princeton.
The park is located on the south side of the Similkameen River, 21km east of Princeton on Highway 3.