With winter weather in this area often drier than other parts of the Lower Mainland, Iona Beach Regional Park can be a great escape on a rainy day. There are also magnificent scenery and wildlife viewing opportunities in the park.
More than 300 species of birds feed and rest at Iona Beach Regional Park, making it critical that dogs be kept under control at all times to avoid harassing migratory birds.
The washroom building beside the parking area, the table beside South Marsh, the boardwalk and observation platform at the west side of South Marsh, and the cycle path on Iona Jetty are all wheelchair accessible. The gravel surfacing on the trail is fairly loose, however, and may be difficult with narrow tires. The trail is almost flat.
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