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ALLCO PARK Its features include covered picnic facilities, children's playground, equestrian and walking trails, and scenic natural areas. ... view profile


ALDERGROVE LAKE REGIONAL PARK 280 hectares of hiking trails, horse riding trails, picnicking, playing fields, and swimming in the lake are the features here. Group picnic shelter. ... view profile


BEAR CREEK PARK Take Highway 1 to 152nd Street, travel south to 88th Avenue, then west to 137th Street. Park in the Surrey Arts Centre parking lot. Park Amenities:... view profile


BELCARRA REGIONAL PARK Located on shores of Burrard Inlet with picnic areas, horseback riding, cycling, seasonal food concession, group picnic shelter and forest walks. 1,11... view profile


BOUNDARY BAY REGIONAL PARK Hours: May to Labour Day: 8 am to 9 pm, All other days: 8 am to dusk. This vast park on Boundary Bay provides scenic hiking and cycling trails and ... view profile


BRIDAL VEIL FALLS PROVINCIAL PARK

BRIDAL VEIL FALLS PROVINCIAL PARK On Highway # 1, 16 km east of Chilliwack. Traveling east take exit #135, heading west take exit # 138. The sixth highest falls in Canada drops 122... view profile


BRIGHOUSE CITY PARK Facilities: Ball Diamonds, Change Rooms, Concessions, Drinking Water, Picnic Tables, Restrooms, Sports Fields and Walking Paths.... view profile


BROOKSWOOD COMMUNITY PARK Facilities include: water park, parking, children's play equipment and natural treed area with trails. ... view profile


BUNTZEN LAKE North of Anmore. From the west, take the Barnet Highway (7A) or from the east take the Lougheed Highway (Scenic 7) to Port Moody, turn north at Ioco R... view profile


BURNS BOG Delta Nature Reserve: Follow Highway 91 North or South and take the River Road/Nordel Way Exit, then follow the signs for River Road. This puts you on... view profile


CAMPBELL VALLEY REGIONAL PARK This is a 549 hectare nature park with hiking trails, heritage farmstead, picnicking and camping facilities, canoeing, horseback riding and equestrian... view profile

CAMPBELL VALLEY REGIONAL PARK

CHEAM LAKE WETLANDS REGIONAL PARK Travelling west, take Exit 135, head north on Highway #9, turn east on Yale Road East, turn west onto Egley Road. From the west take Exit 138. Che... view profile


CHILLIWACK LAKE Approximately 50 minutes from Chilliwack, on Chilliwack Lake Road Chilliwack Lake is a beautiful lake set in the Cascade Mountains. The Chilliwack ... view profile


COLONY FARM REGIONAL PARK With large, open areas of natural grasses and fields, Colony Farm Regional Park is an excellent location to spot birds such as hawks and herons. Picni... view profile


COMO LAKE PARK

COMO LAKE PARK A popular park for walkers and joggers and also fishing. Stroll around a beautiful lakeside setting. The one kilometer path circles the lake allowing ... view profile


COQUIHALLA CANYON PROVINCIAL PARK Hope, off Highway #5. Take Exit #183, north, follow Othello Road to Tunnels Road, take Tunnels Road to the Park entrance. BC Parks. From Hope: Drive e... view profile


DEAS ISLAND REGIONAL PARK Three heritage buildings give Deas Island a turn-of-the century feel and recall the settlement history of Delta. The Inverholme Schoolhouse was built... view profile


DERBY REACH REGIONAL PARK From Highway 1 take the 200th Street exit, northbound. Turn right at 96th Avenue and proceed east for 1.5 kilometres to 208th Street and turn left. Tr... view profile

DERBY REACH REGIONAL PARK

DOUGLAS PARK Complete with an adventure playground, tennis courts, water park (open in the summer months), bowling green and public washrooms... view profile


FORESHORE PARK A scenic four kilometre shoreline trail with bird watching, Rocky Point Pier, beaches and boat launching ramp. ... view profile


FORT LANGLEY MARINA PARK Facilities include: boat launch ramp (may not be usable during low water periods) and fishing bars... view profile


FRASER RIVER FRONT River Front Trail, Viewpoints. Part of the Kanaka Creek Regional Park, where the Creek meets the Fraser River.... view profile


FRASER RIVER HERITAGE PARK

FRASER RIVER HERITAGE PARK The park has wonderful vistas of the Valley, over looking Matsqui Prairie. Enjoy a snack at the Blackberry Kitchen Cafe. The park is on the former ... view profile


BC FORESTRY RECREATION SITES B.C. Forest Service recreation sites are designed to be rustic; therefore, improvements are kept to a minimum. Facilities usually consist of outhouses... view profile


BC PARKS BC Parks Home Page, Ministry of Water, Land and Air Protection... view profile


DELTA PARKS ... view profile


FRASER VALLEY REGIONAL PARKS INFORMATION ... view profile


GVRD REGIONAL PARKS -- EVENTS AND PROGRAMS ... view profile


DISTRICT OF MAPLE RIDGE Parks & Leisure, Parks... view profile


GREATER VANCOUVER PARKS Covers more than 150 parks and feature areas of Greater Vancouver, Fraser Valley, Victoria and nanaimo with addititions for the Sea to Sky Hwy route t... view profile


GOLDEN EARS PROVINCIAL PARK

GOLDEN EARS PROVINCIAL PARK A 55,625 hectare playground for nature enthusiasts, hikers, mountain climbers, and horseback riders. It was established in 1967 and is named for the s... view profile


GRANT NARROWS Pitt Meadows, take the Dewdney Trunk Road to Neaves Road (208th) and follow it north, soon it becomes Rennie Road, continue north. Open: Year round, 6... view profile


GREAT BLUE HERON NATURE RESERVE Hours of Operation: Nature Reserve: Monday to Sunday 8 a.m. to dusk. Pre-booked group interpretive tours are available. The Great Blue Heron Nature... view profile


HAYWARD LAKE RESERVOIR RECREATION AREA

HAYWARD LAKE RESERVOIR RECREATION AREA Dewdney Trunk Road, Mission. Take the Lougheed Highway (Scenic 7) to 287th Street in Maple Ridge. Turn north and follow 287th to Dewdney Trunk Road. T... view profile


ISLAND 22 Open from 6 am - 10 pm, mid May to October. From Highway #1, take exit #119 for Vedder Road. Vedder Road changes to Yale Road at the lights. Follow Ya... view profile


KANAKA CREEK REGIONAL PARK Walk past the ball diamonds. The park follows Kanaka Creek for 12 kilometers. Protecting one of the most distinctive, attractive, and undisturbed stre... view profile


KILBY PARK Overlooking the Harrison River and Harrison Bay. Adjacent to the historic Kilby Store & Farm. Beach combing, fishing, wild life viewing and boating on... view profile

KILBY PARK

KING GEORGE PARK Picnic area, picnic tables, barbecues, washrooms, wading pool, playground, baseball diamond, waterpark.... view profile


LANGLEY CITY PARK Home to a swimming pool, water park, ball diamonds, playground, horse shoe pits, the Langley Arts Centre, picnic tables (some under cover) and public ... view profile


LANGLEY TOWNSHIP MUNICIPAL NATURE PARK Facilities include: equestrian trails, large treed natural areas and pedestrian trails. ... view profile


MALCOLM KNAPP UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA RESEARCH FOREST Much of the forest is a remote wilderness and home to a variety of forest animals, including cougar and deer. More than 20 kilometres of trails are av... view profile


MANNING PROVINCIAL PARK Hope - Princeton Highway #3, 26 km east of Hope, Located in the heart of the Cascade Mountains. Bisected by Highway #3, this park stretches for 58 km ... view profile

MANNING PROVINCIAL PARK

MAPLE CRESCENT PARK Playground, Picnic Tables, Washrooms, Sports Field... view profile


MAPLE RIDGE PARK Located along the sparkling South Alouette River, this park offers a campground, bbq pits and cooking stoves, picnic areas, spray pool, washrooms, a h... view profile


MEMORIAL PARK

MEMORIAL PARK Hope, downtown, 3rd Avenue and Wallace Street. Open: Dawn to Dusk. Set among huge evergreens, the park contains a ball diamond, a playground, a b... view profile


MEMORIAL PEACE PARK The park features open green space, walk ways, benches, the cenotaph and a band stand. Set in the midst of Municipal government offices, Haney Pla... view profile

MEMORIAL PEACE PARK

MILL LAKE & CENTENNIAL PARK

MILL LAKE & CENTENNIAL PARK Wonderful for a stroll any time of year. The park features nature trails, fitness track, picnic area, outdoor swimming pool, spray park, playground eq... view profile


MINNEKHADA REGIONAL PARK Northeast Coquitlam From Scenic Highway 7 (Lougheed) turn north on Coast Meridian Road, continue to Apel Drive and turn right, follow Arel to Victoria... view profile


MUNDY PARK Coquitlam's largest forested park, of 435 acres, includes walking trails and two scenic lakes. Enjoy a long, leisurely stroll under the forest canopy ... view profile

MUNDY PARK

NEILSON PARK Take Dewdney Trunk Road to Hatzic, East on McEwen Avenue, then north on Edwards Street. This 10 hectare park, located on the west side of Hatzic La... view profile


NICOMEKL RIVER FLOOD PLAIN This flood plain is designated parkland. The Langley Rotary Club has constructed a walking trail network which connect to other parks along the Nicome... view profile


OTHELLO QUINTETTE TUNNELS Near Hope in the Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park, built in 1914 by the C.P.R. Five tunnels were dug simultaneously, a major engineering feat... view profile


PEACE ARCH PARK The Peace Arch stands as a symbol of enduring friendship between Canada and the U.S.A. Construction was started in 1919. Completed in 1921 as the worl... view profile

PEACE ARCH PARK

REIFEL MIGRATORY BIRD SANCTUARY Open daily 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. Managed by the B.C. Waterfowl Society, it is an important resting point for many species on their annual migrations n... view profile


RICHMOND NATURE PARK The Park provides recreation and education for all ages. Winding trails with a total length of approximately 5 km provide visitors with the opportunit... view profile


SASAMAT LAKE Ideal for family outings with fresh water swimming, sandy beach and trails... view profile


SKAGIT VALLEY PROVINCIAL PARK Location: 37 km southeast of Hope on Silver-Skagit Road. Dry toilets, boat launch, fishing, trails, nature walks, horse trails, 131 Sites... view profile


STAVE LAKE RECREATION AREA Situated between Mission, to the east, and Maple Ridge, to the west, on the Dewdney Trunk Road. Reach the Dewdney Trunk in Maple Ridge from the Loughe... view profile


STEVESTON COMMUNITY PARK Picnic area, picnic tables, barbecues, washrooms, wading pool, playground, baseball diamond, outdoor pool, basketball court, changerooms, tennis court... view profile


TYNEHEAD REGIONAL PARK Surrey. 168th Street at 101st Avenue, 96th Avenue near 168th Street and Serpentine Hollow picnic area 161st Street south of 102 Avenue. Tynehead R... view profile


WILLIAMS PARK Facilities include: walking trails, covered and outdoor picnic facilities, arboretum, grassy and treed passive areas, on site caretaker, playground, w... view profile


WHONNOCK LAKE PARK Maple Ridge, Drive south on 272nd Street from Dewdney Trunk Road, turn east on 112th Avenue and follow the signs. Whonnock Lake is a typical bog la... view profile


ALEXANDRA BRIDGE PROVINCIAL PARK ... view profile


BEAR CREEK PARK TRAINS Family Fun and adventure... view profile


COQUIHALLA SUMMIT PROVINCIAL PARK ... view profile


DAVIS LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK ... view profile


EMORY CREEK PROVINCIAL PARK ... view profile


JONES LAKE ... view profile


MEHATL CREEK PROVINCIAL PARK ... view profile


NAHATLATCH PROVINCIAL PARK ... view profile


PINECONE BURKE PROVINCIAL PARK ... view profile


ROLLEY LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK ... view profile


SASQUATCH PROVINCIAL PARK Located north of Harrison Hot Springs, Sasquatch Provincial Park is characterized by a series of pocket lakes, a unique second-growth and birch forest... view profile


SILVER LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK ... view profile

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