Tidal fishing in the Fraser.
Fishing in Metro Vancouver Parks is subject to regulations set out by the Provincial Government for fresh water and by the Federal Government for tidal waters.
The BC Ministry of the Environment
can provide information about freshwater fishing regulations and acquiring the correct licenses.
The Federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans
can provide information about fishing in tidal waters and acquiring the correct licenses.
Derby Reach has 38 unserviced sites available for camping on a first-come first-served basis between March and October. The campground is open for day-use only from October to March. Fee is $24 per party per night, $21 for seniors and disabled. Limit of two licensed vehicles per pad. Maximum two tents per pad. Maximum seven night stay. Edgewater Bar Camping
A management plan for Derby Reach Regional Park was completed in 1999 and guides Metro Vancouver's management of the park's resources and activities to ensure a balance between environmental protection and safe, enjoyable public use.
The Langley Bog portion of Derby Reach Regional Park is not currently accessible to the public for safety reasons.
Dogs must be under control at all times. There are on-leash and leash-optional areas in the park. Check local signs for details. Please show courtesy to other park visitors by removing your dog’s poop. For more info, please see Dogs in Metro Vancouver Regional Parks
Toilets at Edgewater Bar and the Heritage Area are wheelchair accessible. Campsites are available near the wheelchair accessible pit toilets near Edgewater Bar Picnic Shelter.
Edge Trail generally has a firm to semi-firm fine gravel surface with some slopes up to 8% for short distances. The trail is at minimum 1.5 m wide, 880 m long.
Edge Farm Trail is 1.5 m wide with a semi firm fine gravel surface. The trail is 1.6 km long.
The Fort-to Fort Trail and some foreshore access points are hard packed. There are some steep slopes (14%) along the trail between the Historic Cairn and Fort Langley.
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