Metro Vancouver's regional parks system covers a total of 14,500 ha, and includes 23 regional parks, three regional park reserves, two ecological conservancy areas, and five regional greenways. The system exists, first and foremost, to protect the region's important natural areas and ecosystems. Within the context of natural area protection, the system provides opportunities for Metro Vancouver's growing and diverse population to connect with, enjoy, be active within and learn about the region's environment. Over 11 million visits are made to regional parks each year.
On our website, you will find profiles of the individual regional parks in the system, as well as information on park facilities, our interpretation and education programs, and opportunities to become involved in caring for the system.
Cliff Falls, Kanaka Creek Regional Park