Metro Vancouver's paramount commitment is to maintain core services while protecting the health and safety of our employees, partners and the public.
Metro Vancouver's regional parks are currently open.
Spending time in nature is an effective way to reduce stress and support physical and mental wellbeing.
Our goal is to continue to provide the Regional Parks service that is such an important part of so many peoples' daily health routines.
Amenities including playgrounds, picnic shelters, group camps and reservable facilities remain open. Regional Parks nature programs have resumed with some modifications in place. Programs have been adjusted to allow for physical distancing and measures are in place to protect you and your loved ones.
Parks staff have increased cleaning of high-touch surfaces such as door handles, washroom doors and sink surfaces.
Parking lots at regional parks are open but may have reduced parking to manage beach crowds.
Parking lots can experience high demand, especially on weekends, and will close once they are full. Also be aware that municipalities have ramped up parking enforcement in residential areas near regional parks.
You may need to plan an alternative way of getting there. Consider transit or cycling. Also consider going during times of day that might not be as busy.
Please enjoy the outdoors while respecting the following guidelines: