Get Your Passport, Earn Rewards

The passport program gives you an opportunity to explore regional parks and collect stamps along the way to earn rewards. You could even win prizes.

 

Here’s how it works:

  1. Get your passport (either paper or digital)
  2. Collect a different stamp by visiting each of the 18 participating regional parks.
  3. Earn rewards. Win prizes!
  4. Pick-up your rewards at one of the events or locations listed.
    Reward pick-up and entry close Dec 22, 2017.


Attention  'MV Passport' App Users

Convert your virtual stamps into a keepsake paper passport filled with regional parks history, nature notes and activities. You can also redeem rewards at this location. Ends Dec 22, 2017.


Option 1.

Bring your device to Metro Vancouver Office – Info Centre, Burnaby and show your stamps page.

Mon – Fri, 8 am – 4:30 pm (closed statutory holidays)

Located at 4730 Kingsway (29th Floor, Metrotower III)


Option 2.

Email a screen shot of your stamps page plus your mailing address to icentre@metrovancouver.org.


Two kinds of passports are available: paper or digital. Choose wisely since you can only redeem your reward levels using one kind or the other. (You can’t mix and match.)


Where to pick up paper passportsDownload the free app today


Contact the Metro Vancouver Information Centre to have a passport mailed to your home:
icentre@metrovancouver.org
Phone: 604.432.6200


Search ‘MV Passport’ to download the app

1. Get your passport

Two kinds of passports are available: paper or digital. Choose wisely since you can only redeem your reward levels using one kind or the other. (You can’t mix and match.)

Where to pick up paper passports

Contact the Metro Vancouver Information Centre to have a passport mailed to your home:
icentre@metrovancouver.org
Phone: 604.432.6200

Where to pick up paper passports


Search ‘MV Passport’ to download the app

2. Collect stamps

Paper passports

Join events listed in your passport

Participate in programs listed in the Check it Out! program guide.

Visit these locations:

Burnaby Lake Regional Park, Burnaby

Regional Parks Central Area Office
Mon – Fri, 8 am – 4:30 pm (closed statutory holidays)
Located at 9146 Avalon Ave
Click here for map and other info

Campbell Valley Regional Park, Langley

Regional Parks East Area Office
Mon – Fri, 8 am – 4:30 pm (closed statutory holidays)
Located at 1558 – 200th Street
Click here for map and other info

There are 18 participating regional parks, and a different stamp to collect at each one.

Collect stamps (Digital)

Simply download the app, activate location settings on your smart phone, and visit one of the 18 participating regional parks . When you enter the regional park, the app will automatically invite you to download a stamp. It’s that easy!

MV Passport App Help/Troubleshooting

(The stamps collected are stored on the user’s device. Please do not uninstall the app or clear the browser’s data as this will remove the stamps collected.)

3. Rewards & Prizes

>Collect 5 stamps

Receive a limited edition sticker

>Collect 10 stamps

Receive a 50 year crest
Entered into the Pacific Parklands Foundation prize draw

>Collect 15 stamps

Receive a 50 ear commemorative pin
Entered into the Pacific Parklands Foundation prize grand prize draw


Stamps that come with the passport do not count towards rewards and prize draw.

The Pacific Parklands Foundation prize draw is open to everyone 13 and older.

 Click here for information including Terms and Conditions

Reward pick-up and entry close Dec 22, 2017.

4. Redeem

Come to events listed in your passport

EXCEPTIONS: Does not include

  • Campbell Valley Nature House (Campbell Valley Regional Park)
  • BC Mills House (Lynn Headwaters Regional Park)

 

Drop by any of these locations during the times listed to redeem rewards and enter prize draws, plus pick-up passports.

Reward pick-up and entry close Dec 22, 2017.

Regional Parks West Area Office, Vancouver

Mon – Fri, 8 am – 4:30 pm (closed statutory holidays)
Located at 130 – 1200 West 73rd Ave (Airport Square)

Metro Vancouver Office – Info Centre, Burnaby

Mon – Fri, 8 am – 4:30 pm (closed statutory holidays)
Located at 4330 Kingsway

Regional Parks Central Area Office, Burnaby

BURNABY LAKE REGIONAL PARK
Mon – Fri, 8 am – 4:30 pm (closed statutory holidays)
Located at 9146 Avalon Ave

Burnaby Lake Nature House, Burnaby

BURNABY LAKE REGIONAL PARK
Weekends & statutory holidays
10 am – 4 pm, May 20 – Sept 4
Located at 4519 Piper Ave off Winston St

Minnekhada Lodge, Coquitlam

MINNEKHADA REGIONAL PARK
First Sunday of the month until Dec 4, 1 – 4 pm
More opening dates will be announced here.   

Regional Parks East Area Office, Langley

CAMPBELL VALLEY REGIONAL PARK

Mon – Fri, 8 am – 4:30 pm (closed statutory holidays)
Located at 1558 – 200th St


We’re coming to a community near you!

Come by our Metro Vancouver Regional Parks tent to redeem your rewards and enter the prize draws plus pick-up passports. Stay tuned as we continue to add more events.

Pitt Meadows Day

Harris Road Park, PITT MEADOWS
Sat, June 3, 10 am – 5 pm
Info: More Info

Community Day Festival

Douglas Park, LANGLEY
Sat, Jun 17, 11 am – 3 pm
Info: More Info

Belcarra Days

Belcarra Regional Park, BELCARRA
Sun, Jun 25, 10 am – 2 pm
Info: More Info or 604-937-4100

Canada Day

Chalmers Park, DELTA
Sat, Jul 1, 5:30 – 10:45 pm
Info: More Info

Surrey Fusion Festival

Holland Park, Surrey
Sun, Jul 23
11 am – 7 pm
Info: More Info

Country Festival

Albion Fairgrounds, MAPLE RIDGE
Sat, Jul 29, 10 am – 10 pm
Sun, Jul 30, 10 am – 6 pm
Info: More Info

Red, White and You

Mill Lake, ABBOTSFORD
Thur, Aug 10, 5 – 10 pm
Info: More Info

Fun City

Lower Lonsdale, NORTH VANCOUVER
Sun, Aug 13, 10 am – 6 pm
Info: More Info

Snowbirds Fly for CH.I.L.D

White Rock Waterfront (14970 Marine Drive), WHITE ROCK
Wed, Aug 16, noon – 9 pm
Info: More Info

Richmond World Festival

Minoru Park, RICHMOND
Sat, Sept 2, 11 am – 9 pm
Info: More Info

Coho Festival

Ambleside Park, WEST VANCOUVER
Sun, Sept 10, 11 am – 6 pm
Info: More Info

Salmon Come Home

Hoy Creek Hatchery, COQUITLAM
Sun, Oct 22, 11 am – 3 pm
Info: More Info