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collapse Park : Aldergrove Regional Park ‎(10)
 
  

The Nature Discovery Area will be closed for hazard tree management. Please stay safely away from equipment and crews.

Aldergrove Regional ParkNoNo9/3/2020 8:45 AM
 
  

​With the current need for physical distancing, Pepin Brook Loop is temporarily changed to a one-way only loop trail. Please follow posted signs when visiting the park and this trail.

Aldergrove Regional ParkNoNo6/19/2020 12:44 PM
 
  

The Nature Discovery Area is Closed

Aldergrove Regional ParkNoNo6/2/2020 9:20 AM
 
  

The picnic shelter is CLOSED because of COVID-19 public health safety concerns.

Aldergrove Regional ParkNoNo4/9/2020 10:29 AM
 
  

​The nature discovery area is closed because of COVID-19 public health safety concerns.

Aldergrove Regional ParkNoNo4/9/2020 10:29 AM
 
  

Expect sounds of chainsaws while hazard trees are being removed. There may be temporary, short term closures or delays and detours on trails and the main road into the park. Please obey posted signs and stay safely back from equipment and crews.

The area outlined in red on map will be closed March 16-18.
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Aldergrove Regional ParkNoNo4/9/2020 10:27 AM
 
  
On Thursday, February 20th, 8 am – 12 pm, the parking lot at the dog off-leash area will be closed due to culvert replacement work.

 

Aldergrove Regional ParkYesNo2/21/2020 8:28 AM
 
  

​The washrooms at the Main Day-use Area will be temporarily closed December 17 & 18th, due to maintenance. Washrooms that will remain open are located at:

  • the Equestrian Trailhead at 272 & 6th Avenue
  • Dog off-leash area at 701 Lefeuvre Road
  • Aldergrove Bowl at 685 Lefeuvre Road
Aldergrove Regional ParkNoNo12/19/2019 9:28 AM
 
  

The Blacktail Picnic Area, shelter and Nature Discovery Area will be closed while hazard trees are being removed. Please stay away from equipment and crews. Expect closures in the area outlined in red on the map.

Aldergrove Regional ParkNoNo8/26/2019 8:19 AM
 
  

​Aldergrove Regional Park is currently CLOSED due to high winds. Please stay tuned for more information.

Aldergrove Regional ParkNoNo2/10/2019 11:46 AM
collapse Park : Barnston Island Regional Park ‎(6)
 
  

​Mann Point is closed due to flooding from freshet. Regional Parks staff monitor water levels daily. Flooded trails and hazardous areas will be closed. Stay back from river edges as fast-flowing water is dangerous and can erode and undermine river banks, leaving them unstable. Please comply with all posted closure and safety signs.

Barnston Island Regional ParkNoNo8/6/2020 10:14 AM
 
  

​At this time, Barnston Island Regional Park is temporarily closed.

Barnston Island Regional ParkNoNo7/13/2020 8:22 AM
 
  

​At this time, please avoid non-essential travel to Barnston Island.

Barnston Island Regional ParkNoNo7/13/2020 8:23 AM
 
  

​If you do not need to take the ferry, please don't. There is limited space on the ferry and longer wait times during COVID-19. The ferry is essential transportation for residents of Barnston Island to get groceries, medicines, and to do their jobs. Please free up space on the ferry for essential transportation, by not using the ferry for recreation purposes, during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Barnston Island Regional ParkNoNo3/27/2020 4:52 PM
 
  

​A detour,  will be in effect for motorists destined for Barnston Island and Surrey Bend Park from 3:00 p.m. Friday, June 7 until 5:30 a.m. on Monday, June 10 to allow maintenance work at the Golden Ears Connector / 104 Avenue rail crossing.

Drivers will detour via 179th Street and Trigg Road and are advised to plan for extra time. Access will be maintained for cyclists and pedestrians.

 All travellers are reminded to obey signs, watch for workers and traffic control personnel, and visit www.DriveBC.ca or follow @DriveBC on Twitter for the latest traffic advisories.

Barnston Island Regional ParkNoNo6/11/2019 8:49 AM
 
  
Barnston Island Regional Park has been CLOSED due to high winds and the potential for injury to park visitors from falling trees and other debris.
At this time, please stay out of the park for your own safety.
Barnston Island Regional ParkYesNoNo12/21/2018 7:54 PM
collapse Park : Belcarra Regional Park ‎(28)
 
  
A temporary closure is needed to repair asphalt and to improve surfaces at the playground and on nearby pathways. This work is anticipated to take about three weeks, depending on the weather. Visitors should expect to encounter construction crews and equipment at the Belcarra Picnic Area. Some areas of the parking lot may also be affected. For your safety and to allow asphalt and other surfaces to set properly, please follow posted signs. Thanks for your cooperation.
Belcarra Regional ParkNoYes9/3/2020 4:56 PM
 
  

Trails near Sasamat Lake and Buntzen Ridge may be intermittently closed to facilitate BC Hydro’s work to upgrade nearby power lines. Trail closures are unpredictable and will happen as needed Mon – Sat, 7 am – 6pm.  Visitors should be prepared for delays and noise, and expect to encounter construction crews and equipment. Please follow posted safety signs and plan alternate routes. Work on the Copper Conductor Replacement Project is currently underway and expected to continue until October 2020. For more information, call 604-715-4407.

Belcarra Regional ParkNoYes8/10/2020 8:28 AM
 
  
To help keep parks open and to help achieve physical distancing at the beach, parking lot capacity is now reduced. Advanced electronic signs are in place to indicate when parking lots are full. Follow us on Twitter @ MetroVancouver for parking lot closures. Parking is also temporarily prohibited along Bedwell Bay Rd near Sasamat Lake and fines have increased. Contact the City of Port Moody at 604-469-4500 about roadside parking restrictions.
Belcarra Regional ParkNoNo9/25/2020 11:59 AM
 
  
Water quality testing at Sasamat Lake has found fecal indicator bacteria levels exceed recommended limits for swimming at the northern end of the beach. Contact with water may cause illness. For more information on water quality monitoring, go to www.fraserhealth.ca.
Belcarra Regional ParkNoNo8/24/2020 2:20 PM
 
  

Work on a section of Diez Vistas Trail within the park will begin early July and will take about a month to complete. Visitors should expect to encounter construction crews and equipment along Diez Vistas and Sugar Mountain trails. Visitors should be prepared for long delays and plan alternate routes, especially those wanting to access trails in Say Nuth Khaw Yum Provincial Park (aka Indian Arm Park). Please follow posted safety signs and directions from crew. 

Belcarra Regional ParkNoNo7/24/2020 2:45 PM
 
  

Visitors are reminded that everyone must do their part to keep themselves and others safe, especially in popular areas. Please enjoy the outdoors while respecting the regional park guidelines

  • stay home if you are sick
  • go early or at non-peak times
  • walk, bike or take transit
  • maintain a physical distance of 2 metres.
Belcarra Regional ParkNoNo7/24/2020 7:21 AM
 
  

​​Parking near Sasamat Lake and White Pine Beach along Bedwell Bay Rd will be temporarily prohibited starting May 16, 2020. Contact the City of Port Moody at 604-469-4500 or visit its website for updates.

Belcarra Regional ParkNoNo7/24/2020 7:15 AM
 
  

​The Sasamat Lake Loop Trail will be operated as a one-way trail on a temporary, trial basis. The Floatwalk has been re-opened to allow visitors to complete the loop in a counter-clockwise direction. Stay 2m apart; no stopping on the floatwalk.

Belcarra Regional ParkNoNo6/15/2020 9:52 AM
 
  
  • ​Picnic Area fire ring is CLOSED
Belcarra Regional ParkNoNo6/17/2020 8:51 AM
 
  

​The floatwalk across Sasamat Lake is closed because of COVID-19 public health safety concerns. Visitors will NOT be able to complete the Sasamat Lake Loop and should plan alternate routes.

Belcarra Regional ParkNoNo4/3/2020 2:35 PM
 
  

​The dock at the Belcarra Picnic area is closed because of COVID-19 public health safety concerns.

Belcarra Regional ParkNoNo4/3/2020 10:59 AM
 
  

​The picnic shelters and the fire ring at the Belcarra Picnic Area are closed because of COVID-19 public health safety concerns.

Belcarra Regional ParkNoNo4/3/2020 10:59 AM
 
  

​The playground is closed because of COVID-19 public health safety concerns.

Belcarra Regional ParkNoNo4/3/2020 10:58 AM
 
  

Washrooms at the Picnic Area will be temporarily closed for repairs. Portable toilets will be available. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Belcarra Regional ParkNoNo4/14/2020 8:06 AM
 
  

​Trails at highter elevations may be slippery with ice.

Belcarra Regional ParkNoNo2/14/2020 11:31 AM
 
  

Work on the waterline at the Belcarra Picnic Area will start the week of October 15 and take about a month. On occasion, use of the washroom buildings and availability of drinking water may be affected for short periods of time. Visitors should expect to encounter construction crews and equipment. Please follow posted safety signs. For more information, call 604-520-6442.

Belcarra Regional ParkNoNo11/27/2019 3:45 PM
 
  

​Work to remove logs blocking Windemere Creek will start the week of Sept 03 and take about two weeks. Visitors should expect to encounter construction crews and equipment along trails near Camp Sasamat.

Belcarra Regional ParkNoNo9/11/2019 9:59 AM
 
  

​On sunny summer weekends, the beach can become crowded and the parking lots often fill. When the lots are full, park gates will be closed for at least four hours and vehicles will not be permitted to enter. Electronic signs are in place to provide advance notice when the parking lots are full – please avoid the area or consider taking transit. Thanks for your cooperation.

Belcarra Regional ParkNoNo9/6/2019 10:27 AM
 
  

Trail work will begin the week of July 22 and will take about two weeks. The trail will remain open but may have rough and uneven surfaces. Access to trails along Buntzen Ridge could also be affected. Visitors should expect minor delays and to encounter construction crews and equipment. Please follow posted safety signs.

Belcarra Regional ParkNoNo8/22/2019 4:56 PM
 
  

Bus stops adjacent to the Belcarra Picnic Area for the 181 and 182 buses have been moved, as Midden Rd. north of the picnic area has been closed to through traffic.

Northbound and southbound stops nearest the picnic area are now on Bedwell Bay Rd., just south of the intersection with Midden Rd.

Visitors can travel between these bus stops and the picnic area via the Jug Island Trail or using the picnic area parking lot.

For more information, use Translink’s bus schedule page to search for the 181 and 182 routes.

Belcarra Regional ParkNoNo10/24/2019 6:05 PM
 
  

Routine inspections for the dock at the Belcarra Picnic Area will take place the week of March 25. The dock will remain open but visitors should expect to see divers in the water around it. Please follow posted safety signs.

Belcarra Regional ParkNoNo4/2/2019 3:26 PM
 
  

​Work to replace the deck and railings on the Ray Creek Bridge will start late January 2019 and take about two weeks. To complete this work, a section of trail between the tennis courts and the junction with the trail to Belcarra Bay Bluffs will be closed temporarily. Please plan alternate routes and follow posted safety signs. For more information, call 604-520-6442.

Belcarra Regional ParkNoNoNo1/25/2019 6:35 PM
 
  
This area of the park remains closed until assessments of damage due to high winds are completed. Please follow safety and closure signs. 
Belcarra Regional ParkYesNoNo12/21/2018 4:39 PM
 
  

Work is scheduled to start mid-November and expected to take about six weeks. The Picnic Area, including the picnic shelters, will remain open but visitors should expect to encounter construction crews and equipment. Visitors are reminded that the washroom building will continue to be CLOSED until this work is completed; portable toilets are available. Please follow posted safety signs. For more information, call 604-520-6442.

Belcarra Regional ParkNoNoNo2/6/2019 11:01 AM
 
  

Bears are now active and their movements are often dictated by food supplies. Bears are not picky eaters and will rarely pass up a meal even if it means going near humans to get it. Bears that become comfortable near people can be more dangerous to humans or may be destroyed.

To keep bears wild and visitors safe:

  • Never feed a bear; do not leave any garbage or unattended food
  • Clean up garbage and food immediately; use bear-proof bins provided
  • Never approach a bear
  • Change your route or plans to avoid bears


If you see a bear, stay back 100 metres. If you encounter a bear, stay calm and slowly back away.

Negative bear-human interactions may result in closure of some areas of the park.

Belcarra Regional ParkYesNoYes6/4/2020 5:13 PM
 
  

​Work on the Floatwalk across Sasamat Lake will begin within the next two weeks and will take a few days. The Floatwalk will remain open but visitors should expect delays and to encounter construction equipment and crews. Please follow posted safety signs. For more information, call Metro Vancouver at 604-520-6442.

Belcarra Regional ParkYesNoNo1/30/2018 4:30 PM
 
  

​The Floatwalk across Sasamat Lake will remain closed until further notice. Repairs are underway for damage from recent winter conditions. Visitors will NOT be able to complete the Sasamat Lake Loop and should plan alternate routes. Please follow posted safety signs.

Belcarra Regional ParkYesNoNo2/20/2017 10:57 AM
 
  

Parks are natural areas and present hazards for the unprepared. Never hike or walk alone - enjoy the park with a friend!

  • Bring a snack, water, flashlight, a light jacket and adequate footwear;
  •  Let someone know where you are going and when you expect to return;
  •  Stay on marked trails and out of closed areas;
  •  Do not disturb or feed wildlife;
  •  Obey all signs and notices.

Look, listen and be aware of your surroundings at all times.

EMERGENCY - Call 9-1-1 for fire, ambulance or police services.

Belcarra Regional ParkNoYesYes12/2/2013 2:03 PM
collapse Park : Boundary Bay Regional Park ‎(27)
 
  
To facilitate additional habitat enhancement work, machinery and equipment will be moved along the temporary bypass route near 12 Ave. Visitors can expect short delays starting the week of Sept 21. The work is expected to take about four weeks. Please follow posted safety signs and directions from traffic control personnel. This work is part of the 12 Avenue Pump Station replacement project and questions can be directed to the City of Delta at 604-946-3264.
Boundary Bay Regional ParkNoYes9/18/2020 5:11 PM
 
  
This pilot project to help address traffic problems is now completed and will be evaluated this fall. If parking lots are full, visitors can access the park to turnaround or to drop off people and supplies. Pedestrians and cyclists will not be affected. Advanced signs will indicate when parking lots are full, and announcements will be made on Twitter @MetroVancouver. Parking is not permitted along Boundary Bay Rd.
Boundary Bay Regional ParkNoNo9/25/2020 9:18 AM
 
  
To address traffic problems during busy times, we’re trying something new on weekends and statutory holidays throughout the summer. Free off-site parking is available and a free shuttle bus service will run about hourly to and from the park. Visitors can access the park to drop off people and supplies, or avoid the traffic hassles and go directly to the shuttle stop at the South Delta Recreation Centre. Last shuttle leaves the park at 6:30 pm. Masks required. 

The shuttle bus is weather-dependant and cancellations will be announced on Twitter @MetroVancouver. We’ll also post signs on site. This pilot project will run until Sept 7. We expect to learn and improve the pilot project as we go – thanks in advance for your patience. For more information, call 604-520-6442.

Boundary Bay Regional ParkNoNo9/9/2020 9:20 AM
 
  
Maintenance is underway on a section of the Dyke Trail between 88th and 96th streets. The trail will remain open but visitors should expect minor delays and to encounter construction crews and equipment. Please follow directions from the crew who will provide guidance through the construction area. The work will be completed in about three weeks. For information about this work, contact the City of Delta at 604-348-9288. For information about the park, call 604-520-6442.
Boundary Bay Regional ParkNoNo5/15/2020 3:15 PM
 
  

​Parking lots at Boundary Bay Regional Park are closed. Visitors are reminded that there is no parking along Boundary Bay Rd near Centennial Beach.

Boundary Bay Regional ParkNoNo5/8/2020 8:04 AM
 
  

The portion of Boundary Bay Regional Park that includes Centennial Beach is CLOSED. The Dyke Trail from 17A Ave to Mud Bay Park is open. View map

Boundary Bay Regional ParkNoNo4/15/2020 11:59 AM
 
  
  • Centennial Beach fire rings are CLOSED
Boundary Bay Regional ParkNoNo6/17/2020 8:52 AM
 
  

Parking lots at Boundary Bay Regional Park are closed. Near Centennial Beach, there is some parking along 12 Ave between 56 St and Boundary Bay Rd and trails can be used to access the park. 

Boundary Bay Regional ParkNoNo4/9/2020 3:26 PM
 
  

The viewing tower along 12th Ave Dyke Trail is closed because of COVID-19 public health safety concerns.

Boundary Bay Regional ParkNoNo4/3/2020 10:58 AM
 
  

The fire rings at Centennial Beach are closed because of COVID-19 public health safety concerns.

Boundary Bay Regional ParkNoNo4/3/2020 10:58 AM
 
  

The tennis court is closed because of COVID-19 public health safety concerns.

Boundary Bay Regional ParkNoNo4/3/2020 10:58 AM
 
  

​The picnic shelters are closed because of COVID-19 public health safety concerns.

Boundary Bay Regional ParkNoNo4/3/2020 10:58 AM
 
  

​The playground and the nearby cluster of picnic tables are closed because of COVID-19 public health safety concerns.

Boundary Bay Regional ParkNoNo4/3/2020 10:57 AM
 
  

Falling debris from stone column installation work for the 12 Avenue Pump Station Replacement Project may affect the temporary bypass trail. The trail, which is near the construction area, will be closed until Mar. 06, 2020. Please follow posted safety signs and directions from traffic control personnel. Another closure may be required early March. For more information, call the City of Delta at 604-946-3264. 

Boundary Bay Regional ParkNoNo3/3/2020 9:20 AM
 
  

​Starting mid-January, stone columns will be installed to prevent seismic failure of the new pump station. Visitors can expect increased intermittent noise and truck activity over the next two months. The adjacent temporary, pedestrian-only bypass trail may be affected.

Boundary Bay Regional ParkNoNo4/24/2020 4:03 PM
 
  

​Equipment and work to replace the 12 Ave Pump Station may generate extremely loud noises over the next few days. The adjacent temporary, pedestrian-only bypass trail may be affected. Please plan alternate routes.

Boundary Bay Regional ParkNoNo1/8/2020 2:51 PM
 
  

​The Savannah Trail will be temporarily closed for resurfacing. Please plan alternate routes and follow posted safety signs.

Boundary Bay Regional ParkNoNo1/8/2020 3:06 PM
 
  

Over the next few weeks, improvements will be made to the section between the Concession Building and the viewing tower. Visitors should expect to encounter construction equipment and crews. Please follow safety signs and instructions from crew.

Boundary Bay Regional ParkNoNo12/13/2019 2:15 PM
 
  

​Washrooms at Mud Bay will be closed for about two months to repair the holding tanks under the building. A portable toilet will be available. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Boundary Bay Regional ParkNoNo11/29/2019 2:41 PM
 
  

To facilitate replacement of the pump station, the parking area and a section of the 12th Ave Dyke Trail are now temporarily closed. A bypass route is now in place so visitors can access Raptor Trail and the open sections of the 12th Ave Dyke Trail. Please follow posted safety and closure signs. All other trails will remain open. For more park information, call 604-520-6442.  

Replacing the 12 Avenue Pump Station is part of the Boundary Bay Road Stormwater Improvements Project to reduce flooding in agricultural areas of Delta. Pump station replacement is expected to be completed by fall 2020. For concerns about on-going pump station construction, call the City of Delta at 604-946-3264.

Boundary Bay Regional ParkNoYes9/18/2020 5:15 PM
 
  

​To accommodate several upcoming events, the volleyball nets at Centennial Beach have been removed. They will be re-installed as soon as possible.

Boundary Bay Regional ParkNoNo9/11/2019 10:55 AM
 
  

On sunny summer weekends, the beach can become crowded and the parking lots often fill. When the lots are full, park gates will be closed for at least four hours and vehicles will not be permitted to enter. Vehicles arriving after the parking lots are full often create traffic jams near the park. Electronic signs are in place to provide advance notice when the parking lots are full – please avoid the area or consider taking transit. Gate closures will not affect visitors arriving on foot or bicycle. Thanks for your cooperation.

Boundary Bay Regional ParkNoNo9/6/2019 10:28 AM
 
  

B.C. Hydro will be doing some work near the park that will result in a power outage between 8 am – 4 pm. During this time, there will be no power available for the picnic shelters or the electrical vehicle charging station. The concession will be closed.

Boundary Bay Regional ParkNoNo7/16/2019 9:36 AM
 
  

Over the next few weeks, the fire rings at Centennial Beach will be replaced and re-configured to increase public safety and enjoyment. This work coincides with water line repairs and will include additional water taps, signage and improved accessibility. For more information, call 604-520-6442.

Boundary Bay Regional ParkNoNo4/23/2019 2:42 PM
 
  

Sections of Raptor Trail near the 12th Ave Dyke are flooded and have been closed. Please plan alternate routes and follow posted safety and closure signs.

Boundary Bay Regional ParkYesNoNo1/7/2019 5:21 PM
 
  

​This section of the Dyke Trail is closed due to storm damage. Flooded areas and debris along the trail make it inaccessible at this time. Please follow posted closure and safety signs.

Boundary Bay Regional ParkNoNoNo1/25/2019 6:35 PM
 
  

A City of Delta project to improve stormwater management may result in some minor traffic delays along a part of Boundary Bay Road leading to the park during construction hours. For more details on the project, please click here.

Boundary Bay Regional ParkNoNoNo1/17/2019 9:48 AM
collapse Park : Brae Island Regional Park ‎(3)
 
  

​Tavistock Point is closed due to flooding. Park staff are monitoring the water levels and posting flood warning signs where needed. Please use caution, obey posted signs, and avoid flooded areas. 

Brae Island Regional ParkNoNo8/4/2020 10:33 AM
 
  

Brae Island Regional Park will reopen Thursday, June 11, 2020

Brae Island Regional ParkNoNo6/11/2020 8:19 AM
 
  

No new camping registrations are being taken during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Brae Island Regional ParkNoNo6/10/2020 10:26 AM
collapse Park : Brunette-Fraser Regional Greenway ‎(9)
 
  
Work to install protective pipe coverings, replace fencing and conduct river bank restoration will begin mid-August along the greenway section between Cariboo Place and North Rd. The greenway will remain open but the trail will be used for construction access. Visitors should expect to encounter construction crews and equipment, noise and dust. Please follow posted safety signs. For more information about the Brunette Interceptor Erosion Protection Project, call 604-432-6200.
Brunette-Fraser Regional GreenwayNoYes8/7/2020 1:56 PM
 
  
  • ​Sapperton Landing dock is CLOSED
  • Sapperton Landing picnic shelter is CLOSED
Brunette-Fraser Regional GreenwayNoNo5/15/2020 8:04 AM
 
  

​The picnic shelter at Sapperton Landing is closed because of COVID-19 public health safety concerns.


Brunette-Fraser Regional GreenwayNoNo4/3/2020 10:57 AM
 
  

The dock at Sapperton Landing is closed because of COVID-19 public health safety concerns.

Brunette-Fraser Regional GreenwayNoNo4/3/2020 10:57 AM
 
  

​Some trails may be slippery with slush, ice or packed snow.

Brunette-Fraser Regional GreenwayNoNo1/24/2020 9:46 AM
 
  

To repair the sidewalk near the trail access at North Rd, the greenway will be closed for a few days. This time is needed to do the work and allow the concrete to set properly. Please plan alternate routes, follow posted safety signs, and keep off new concrete. More information about the North Road Sewer Upgrade.

Brunette-Fraser Regional GreenwayNoNo12/6/2019 9:03 AM
 
  

​Construction is underway near the trail access at North Road. The greenway remains open but visitors should expect to encounter construction crews, equipment, noise and dust. Please follow posted safety signs. The North Road Sewer Upgrade will be completed by summer 2020.

Brunette-Fraser Regional GreenwayNoNo8/6/2020 5:59 PM
 
  

Due to damage to the curb and sidewalk, access for pedestrians and cyclists will be closed for about a week. Please plan alternate routes and follow posted safety signage. Sorry for any inconvenience. More information on the North Road Sewer Upgrade.

Brunette-Fraser Regional GreenwayNoNo10/30/2019 9:40 AM
 
  

Work on the new Sapperton Pump Station at the foot of Cumberland Street in New Westminster is underway with completion anticiplated for late 2019. There is no public access to the site, but cyclists and pedestrians can use the new section of trail between Sapperton Landing and Spruce Street.

Sapperton Landing will remain open and can be accessed from Cumberland Street. Park visitors should expect to encounter construction crews and equipment; and are reminded to follow posted safety signs and the directions of traffi­c control personnel.

The old pump station was in place since the 1970s. Replacement was needed to address the age of the infrastructure and the growing population. The new pump station site will include a public washroom, plaza, parking, seating, viewing areas and an extension to the Brunette-Fraser Regional Greenway. For information on the project, call 604-432-6200.

Brunette-Fraser Regional GreenwayNoNoYes7/8/2019 10:46 AM
collapse Park : Burnaby Lake Regional Park ‎(15)
 
  
Due to maintenance requirements, the bridge at Buena Vista Creek has been closed until further notice. Plans are underway to determine if the bridge will be repaired or replaced. Please plan alternate routes and follow posted safety signs.
Burnaby Lake Regional ParkNoYes9/28/2020 11:51 AM
 
  
A one-day closure is required to complete some work on the Still Creek Bridge at the western end of the park. There will be no access across Still Creek. Visitors will NOT be able to complete the Burnaby Lake Loop. Please plan alternate routes and follow posted safety signs.
Burnaby Lake Regional ParkNoNo7/13/2020 10:06 AM
 
  
  • ​​Burnaby Lake Nature House is CLOSED


Burnaby Lake Regional ParkNoYes6/10/2020 12:54 PM
 
  
The section of Cottonwood Trail between the Still Creek Bridge and Phillips Point will be re-surfaced over the next few months. Visitors should expect to encounter construction crews and equipment; and be prepared for minor delays. Please follow posted safety signs and plan alternate routes. For more information, call 604-520-6442.



Burnaby Lake Regional ParkNoNo9/18/2020 5:14 PM
 
  
  • ​Piper Spit is CLOSED
  • Viewing tower is CLOSED
Burnaby Lake Regional ParkNoNo5/15/2020 8:08 AM
 
  

Piper Spit is closed because of COVID-19 public health safety concerns.

Burnaby Lake Regional ParkNoNo4/3/2020 10:57 AM
 
  

The viewing tower near Piper Spit is closed because of COVID-19 public health safety concerns.

Burnaby Lake Regional ParkNoNo4/3/2020 10:56 AM
 
  

To ensure worker safety, CN will be removing hazardous trees within the park that may affect construction of a new section of railway track. Cottonwood Trail may be affected and visitors can expect to encounter short delays. Please follow posted safety signs and directions of safety personal. The work will take place over the next two weeks. For information about this work, contact CN at contact@CN.ca or call 1-888-888-5909.

Burnaby Lake Regional ParkNoNo5/28/2020 1:18 PM
 
  

​Some trails may be slippery with slush, ice or packed snow.

Burnaby Lake Regional ParkNoNo1/24/2020 9:46 AM
 
  

​CN will be constructing a section of new track (beside existing tracks) between Piper Ave and Willingdon Ave. This work is outside the park but may be noticeable from park trails and at the Piper Ave Entrance. Over the next two months, a new bridge will be installed at Piper Ave. Access to the park will be maintained but visitors should expect to encounter large construction equipment and increased noise (eg. pile driving). Please follow posted safety signs and instructions from flagging crew. For information about this work, contact CN at contact@CN.ca or call 1-888-888-5909.

Burnaby Lake Regional ParkNoYes8/31/2020 8:59 AM
 
  

Installation environmental monitoring equipment will begin in December and take about a month. This work includes hazardous tree removal and the use of drilling equipment. Cottonwood Trail will be affected at the west end of the park, north of Still Creek Bridge. Trails will remain open but visitors should expect to encounter crews and equipment, and occasional minor delays. Please follow posted safety signs. For more information about this project, call 604-296-2810. For information about the park, call 604-520-6442.

Burnaby Lake Regional ParkNoNo5/28/2020 1:18 PM
 
  

This work will start July 16 and take about a month. Conifer Loop and Spruce Loop will be closed as needed. Brunette Headwaters Trail will remain open but visitors should expect delays and to encounter crews and equipment.

Trail surfaces may be uneven or loose until new materials settle. Please follow posted safety signs.

Burnaby Lake Regional ParkNoNo9/9/2019 3:38 PM
 
  

UPDATE: This park access trail is now OPEN as work on the Cariboo Dam is complete. Over the next two weeks, construction crews and equipment will be on site conducting final tasks to wrap up the project. Please follow posted safety signs. Thanks for your patience.

Cariboo Dam helps control water levels in Burnaby Lake. Gates and mechanical structures inside the dam used to regulate water flows have been replaced.

For more information about the project, call 604-432-6200. For park information, call 604-520-6442.

Burnaby Lake Regional ParkNoNo9/25/2019 5:11 PM
 
  

The recent windstorm has toppled many trees across all park trails. Visitors should use caution, plan alternate routes and be prepared to encounter crews and equipment working to clear the trails. Please follow posted safety signs.

Burnaby Lake Regional ParkYesNoNo12/21/2018 4:33 PM
 
  

​Low water levels in Burnaby Lake are affecting the launch area at Piper Spit. Launching canoes and kayaks as well as accessing water with sufficient depth for paddling is now very challenging. Paddlers are advised to check water levels before unloading canoes or kayaks.

Burnaby Lake Regional ParkYesNoNo4/21/2016 2:34 PM
collapse Park : Campbell Valley Regional Park ‎(5)
 
  
  • Little River Loop trail, east side
  • Ravine Trail

    Please stay 2m apart; avoid stopping and gatherings on these trails. Follow posted signs when visiting the park and trails.
Campbell Valley Regional ParkNoYes4/15/2020 1:13 PM
 
  
  • ​Old Orchard picnic shelter is CLOSED
  • The Listening Bridge lookout is CLOSED
  • Ravine Trail lookout is CLOSED
  • The pond gazebo at South Valley, near 8th Avenue, is CLOSED
Campbell Valley Regional ParkNoNo5/15/2020 12:37 PM
 
  

​Old Orchard picnic shelter is CLOSED because of COVID-19 public health safety concerns.

Campbell Valley Regional ParkNoNo4/2/2020 9:03 AM
 
  

​​The trail entrance at 20695 4th Avenue is closed due to a large sink-hole. It will reopen after engineer inspections, repairs and when safe. Please use another entrance.

Campbell Valley Regional ParkNoNo5/6/2020 8:50 AM
 
  
One parking lot and a couple trails at South Valley will be closed for maintenance. Please choose alternate parking lot and trails during this closure. See map showing location of closures.
Campbell Valley Regional ParkNoNo11/7/2019 10:51 AM
collapse Park : Capilano River Regional Park ‎(6)
 
  

​Crews will be replacing the stairs on the top portion of Giant Fir Trail starting Tues, May 19. The trail will not be accessible from the West Service Road; but will be accessible from Pipeline Trail. Work is expected to take about 10 days.

Capilano River Regional ParkNoNo5/29/2020 2:39 PM
 
  

​The picnic shelters near the fish hatchery are CLOSED because of COVID-19 public health safety concerns.

Capilano River Regional ParkNoNo5/15/2020 9:45 AM
 
  

​Due to COVID-19 public health safety concerns, the Capilano Fish Hatchery is currently closed.
As that means the public washrooms inside the hatchery are no longer accessible, there are now portable toilets just outside available for use.

Capilano River Regional ParkNoNo9/8/2020 8:49 AM
 
  

​Crews will be drilling in the grassy areas of the Cleveland Dam area of Capilano River Regional Park to install piezometers (devices that measure groundwater pressure). Work will take place starting Feb. 3 and continue for about 1 month.

Capilano River Regional ParkNoNo2/26/2020 12:14 PM
 
  

​A bear has been seen in the area of Camp Capilano. For safety, remember never to approach a bear, to walk/hike with a friend and to keep pets leashed.
If you see a bear, remember these four simple rules:

  • Stay calm
  • Stand still -- do not run
  • Speak calmly
  • Slowly back away

For more safety info, click here.

Capilano River Regional ParkNoNoNo4/10/2019 2:49 PM
 
  
A cougar was seen on May 26 & 27 in the Cleveland Dam area in the northern end of the park. For safety, remember to walk/hike with a friend, keep pets leashed and keep children close. If you see a cougar, here are some safety tips:
  • Do not approach
  • Do not run. 
    Face the cougar and back away slowly.
  • Stay calm.
    Talk to the cougar in a confident voice.
  • Pick children up immediately. 
    Children frighten easily and their movements may provoke an attack.
  • Do all you can to make yourself look bigger. 
    Don't crouch or try to hide. Pick up sticks or branches and wave them about.

For more information about cougars and cougar safety, click here.

Capilano River Regional ParkYesNoNo7/17/2018 10:50 AM
collapse Park : Colony Farm Regional Park ‎(8)
 
  
CP Rail will be closing Colony Farm Rd at Lougheed Hwy to replace a railway crossing. There will be no visitor access to the park at this location on August 24 & 25, from 6 am to 5 pm. Please follow posted safety signs. Visitors arriving by bicycle or foot can still access the park at trail entrances along Pitt River Rd and Shaughnessy St. For more information, contact Canadian Pacific Railway at 604-209-2629.
Colony Farm Regional ParkNoNo8/26/2020 11:02 AM
 
  
A section of trail on the western side of the park will be closed to facilitate geotechnical soil sampling. The work is expected to start August 06 and take several days. Visitors should plan alternate routes. Please follow posted safety signs. For more information, call 604-520-6442.
Colony Farm Regional ParkNoNo8/26/2020 11:02 AM
 
  
A section of the Home Farm Dyke Trail between the park’s main entrance and the Millennium Bridge is closed. Pedestrians can bypass this section using the pedestrian-only Garden Trail.  Cycling is not permitted on pedestrian-only trails; cyclists should plan alternate routes.
Colony Farm Regional ParkNoYes4/20/2020 8:42 AM
 
  

Colony Farm Road will be reduced to single-lane alternating traffic for about a week to facilitate some geotechnical work. Visitors should expect delays and to encounter crews and equipment along the road. Please follow safety signs and instructions from traffic controllers. For more information, call 604-520-6442.

Colony Farm Regional ParkNoNo12/13/2019 2:17 PM
 
  

Work to improve the parking lot at the junction of Lougheed Hwy and Colony Farm Rd is scheduled to start Nov 27. The work will take about a week and will require the parking lot to be closed. Trail access through the parking lot will also be closed; please plan routes to avoid the Mundy Creek parking lot. Follow posted safety signs.

Colony Farm Regional ParkNoNo12/6/2019 10:02 AM
 
  

​To complete some archaeological work, a section of trail on the western side of the park will be temporarily closed. Work will start the week of Nov 04 and take about a month. Please plan other routes and follow posted safety signs.

Colony Farm Regional ParkNoNo11/29/2019 4:01 PM
 
  
This final phase of work will begin the week of July 02 and be completed by early 2020. Construction crews and equipment will access the northern portion of the park near Pitt River Road. Outside the park, some short traffic delays may occur along Pitt River Road. Inside the park, the construction area which includes the trail will remain closed to the public. Please follow posted closure and safety signs.
Trail alignment and route
Colony Farm Regional ParkNoNoNo1/10/2020 3:46 PM
 
  
This routine maintenance work involves cutting vegetation from the top to the toe of the dyke. It is a requirement to facilitate dyke inspection during high storm and annual freshet events. Mowing is also scheduled to minimize impacts on birds and other wildlife. The work is anticipated to take about two weeks.
 
Dyke trails will remain open but visitors should expect to encounter vehicles and equipment; and are reminded to follow posted safety signs. For more information, call 604-520-6442.
Colony Farm Regional ParkYesNoNo3/17/2015 10:31 AM
collapse Park : Crippen Regional Park ‎(2)
 
  

​Vancouver Coastal Health has issued an advisory that the water at Snug Cove Beach is currently not suitable for swimming due to high E. coli count. For more information, go to the Vancouver Coastal Health Beach Water Quality Report page

Crippen Regional ParkNoNo9/14/2020 10:16 AM
 
  

​The picnic shelters at Snug Cove Field are CLOSED because of COVID-19 public health safety concerns.

Crippen Regional ParkNoNo5/15/2020 8:45 AM
collapse Park : Deas Island Regional Park ‎(15)
 
  
  • Fire rings are CLOSED
Deas Island Regional ParkNoNo6/17/2020 8:52 AM
 
  

​Work on two bridges along Tidal Pond Trail begins Mon. May 25 and is expected to take about a week. The trail will remain open but visitors should expect to encounter construction crews and equipment. Please follow posted safety signs and plan alternate routes.

Deas Island Regional ParkNoNo6/8/2020 4:16 PM
 
  
Parking lots at Deas Island Regional Park are closed. Visitors are reminded that there is no parking along River Rd near the park.


Deas Island Regional ParkNoNo5/8/2020 8:05 AM
 
  

Deas Island Regional Park is temporarily closed.

Deas Island Regional ParkNoNo4/15/2020 11:59 AM
 
  
  • ​Fisher's Field picnic shelter is CLOSED
  • Deas Slough Dock is CLOSED
  • Viewing Tower is CLOSED
Deas Island Regional ParkNoNo5/15/2020 8:13 AM
 
  

The dock on Deas Slough near the Delta Deas Rowing Club is closed because of COVID-19 public health safety concerns.

Deas Island Regional ParkNoNo4/3/2020 10:56 AM
 
  

The viewing tower is closed because of COVID-19 public health safety concerns.

Deas Island Regional ParkNoNo4/3/2020 10:56 AM
 
  

​The picnic shelter and the fire ring at Fisher's Field are closed because of COVID-19 public health safety concerns.

Deas Island Regional ParkNoNo4/3/2020 10:55 AM
 
  

The washroom building remains closed due to a power outage, but pit toilets are available at Fisher's Field. Sorry for the inconvenience! Hope to have them back soon. 

Deas Island Regional ParkNoNo10/28/2019 11:04 AM
 
  

Construction work is complete but a portion of the picnic area remains closed to protect newly seeded grass. Some picnic tables are available. Please respect temporary fencing.

Deas Island Regional ParkNoNo4/9/2020 3:37 PM
 
  

Due to a regatta happening at the park, the dock and horse trailer parking lot will not be available to the public. The park will be very busy during the regatta so parking throughout the park may be challenging.

Deas Island Regional ParkNoNo7/22/2019 9:53 AM
 
  

The dock, and horse trailer parking will not be available to the public during the Scholastic Regatta May 25 & 26. As the park will be very busy during the Regatta, parking throughout the park may be challenging.

 

Deas Island Regional ParkNoNo6/3/2019 12:11 PM
 
  

​Due to damage during winter storms, Inverholme Schoolhouse will remain closed until further notice. Plans for repairs are underway.

Deas Island Regional ParkNoYes4/29/2019 11:16 AM
 
  

​Film crews will be on site for the full day. The gravel parking lot near the park entrance and a portion of the parking lot near Fisher's Field Picnic Area will be closed. Visitors should expect short, intermittent delays along the road between the Riverside and Fisher's Field picnic areas.

Deas Island Regional ParkNoNo1/24/2019 10:16 AM
 
  

Due to unsafe conditions, the Island Tip Trail west of the George Massey Tunnel remains closed until further notice.

Deas Island Regional ParkNoNoNo1/14/2019 10:45 AM
collapse Park : Delta-South Surrey Regional Greenway ‎(6)
 
  
Work along a 1 km section south of 64 Ave/Kittson Parkway is scheduled to start Sept 30 and will take about two weeks. The trail will remain open but visitors should expect short delays and to encounter large equipment such as dump trucks. Trail surfaces may be uneven or loose until the new material settles. Please follow posted safety signs and directions from construction crew. 
Delta-South Surrey Regional GreenwayNoYes9/25/2020 7:56 AM
 
  

A section of the trail south of 64 Ave (about a km) will be closed to accommodate construction equipment needed for upgrading sewer infrastructure (South Surrey Interceptor). Please plan alternate routes and follow posted safety signs.

Delta-South Surrey Regional GreenwayNoNo3/10/2020 1:48 PM
 
  

The gate, access road and parking lot are closed until the snow can be cleared. Winter conditions have also impacted the pit toilet at this location and it has been closed until a damage assessment can be completed.

Delta-South Surrey Regional GreenwayNoNo1/21/2020 2:39 PM
 
  

Due to flooding, the section of trail between 64th Ave and Highway 10 (at the pedestrian overpass) is currently closed. Please follow posted safety signs.

Delta-South Surrey Regional GreenwayNoNo2/6/2020 12:21 PM
 
  

​Due to site conditions, some sections of the trail may be intermittently and unpredictably flooded over the next few months. Please follow posted safety signs.

Delta-South Surrey Regional GreenwayNoNoNo8/5/2020 9:45 AM
 
  

​Work is scheduled to start early November on sections between Colebrook Rd and 64 Ave and is expected to take about two months. The route will remain open but visitors should expect delays and to encounter crews and equipment along the trail. This project includes upgrades to trail access, fencing and surface materials. For more information, call 604-520-6442.

Delta-South Surrey Regional GreenwayNoNoNo1/25/2019 6:36 PM
collapse Park : Derby Reach Regional Park ‎(12)
 
  

​Flooding is expected on trails at lower elevations adjacent to the Fraser River during this spring freshet. Regional Parks staff monitor water levels daily. Flooded trails and hazardous areas will be closed. Stay back from river edges as fast-flowing water is dangerous and can erode and undermine river banks, leaving them unstable. Please comply with all posted closure and safety signs.

Derby Reach Regional ParkNoNo8/4/2020 10:33 AM
 
  

​Fires are prohibited due to COVID-19 health concerns.

Derby Reach Regional ParkNoNo6/16/2020 9:13 AM
 
  

The campground at Edgewater Bar is closed to campers, due to both COVID-19 and freshet flooding concerns.  There is no overnight camping at this time.

When camping reopens, reservations will be online only. Check the webpage Edgewater Bar Camping for updates.

Derby Reach Regional ParkYesNo6/18/2020 4:22 PM
 
  

With the current need for physical distancing, Edge Trail is temporarily changed to a one-way only trail. Please stay 2m apart; avoid stopping and gatherings on this trail. Follow posted signs when visiting the park and trail.

Derby Reach Regional ParkNoYes4/15/2020 1:15 PM
 
  
  • ​The campground at Edgewater Bar is closed to campers.  There will be no overnight camping. 
  • All fire rings are CLOSED
Derby Reach Regional ParkNoNo6/3/2020 3:15 PM
 
  

​The fire rings at Edgewater Bar are closed because of COVID-19 public health safety concerns.

Derby Reach Regional ParkNoNo4/2/2020 9:17 AM
 
  

​Edgewater Bar picnic shelters are CLOSED because of COVID-19 public health safety concerns.

Derby Reach Regional ParkNoNo4/2/2020 9:18 AM
 
  

The campground at Edgewater Bar is closed to campers.  There will be no overnight camping.  This closure is in response to guidance from the Provincial Health Authority regarding COVID-19.

 

Derby Reach Regional ParkNoNo4/2/2020 9:18 AM
 
  

A section of the dog off-leash area (marked on map) will be closed during January 27 to 31rst, for trail resurfacing. The rest of the dog off-leash area will remain open. Please keep back from equipment and crews and obey posted signs. ​See map of closure

Derby Reach Regional ParkYesNo2/4/2020 8:53 AM
 
  

The bridge at Edgewater Bar, shown on map, will be closed for maintenance. Signs will be posted at Edgewater Bar showing alternate routes to and from the dog off-leash area.

Derby Reach Regional ParkYesNo9/12/2019 2:59 PM
 
  

​The campground will remain closed while the road to the campground is covered with ice and the campsites are buried in snow. The campground will open when the conditions improve.

Derby Reach Regional ParkNoNo3/18/2019 8:26 AM
 
  

​Until further notice, Houston Trail is closed due to high winds or wind-related damage. Stay tuned for updates. 

Derby Reach Regional ParkNoNo2/10/2019 11:46 AM
collapse Park : Glen Valley Regional Park ‎(2)
 
  

​Flooding is expected on trails at lower elevations adjacent to the Fraser River during freshet. Regional Parks staff monitor water levels daily. Flooded trails and hazardous areas will be closed. Stay back from river edges as fast-flowing water is dangerous and can erode and undermine river banks, leaving them unstable. Please comply with all posted closure and safety signs.

Glen Valley Regional ParkNoNo6/29/2020 9:55 AM
 
  

​The parking lot is temporarily closed, April 14 - 22, due to maintenance work. There will still be access to the riverfront and stairs.  Please keep back from equipment and crews and obey posted signs.

Glen Valley Regional ParkNoNo4/29/2020 12:02 PM
collapse Park : Grouse Mountain Regional Park ‎(11)
 
  

Here are some important reminders if you're planning to hike the Grouse Grind Trail:

  • Stay 2 meters apart from other hikers as much as possible
  • If you want to return via the Skyride, you'll need to reserve in advance at grousemountain.com
  • Or return via the BCMC Route (allow 2 hours of hiking on a steep, rough trail). Good footwear with ankle support, water, a snack and an extra layer are highly recommended.
  • Hiking down the Grouse Grind Trail is NOT allowed.

Grouse Mountain Regional ParkNoNo9/14/2020 10:23 AM
 
  

The Grouse Grind Trail remains closed due to seasonal conditions. Please respect the closure for your own safety and the safety of first responders.

Grouse Mountain Regional ParkNoNo6/21/2020 9:37 PM
 
  

Starting Monday, Dec. 16, crews will begin doing maintenance and repair work at various places along the Grouse Grind Trail. We're not anticipating any closures, but just wanted to ask that you give crews the room they need to work safely. Please comply with any requests. Work will continue while the weather allows.

Grouse Mountain Regional ParkNoNo12/18/2019 2:10 PM
 
  

The snow is finally gone, but cooler temperatures remain at the top.
Wear hiking boots and appropriate clothing. Carry water and a snack.

Grouse Mountain Regional ParkNoNo7/21/2020 12:09 PM
 
  

​Grouse Mountain Resorts is suspending operations effective 6 pm on Monday, Mar. 16.
For those who hike the BCMC Route, that means the only way down the mountain will be the BCMC Route.
(The Grouse Grind Trail is currently closed.)

Grouse Mountain Regional ParkNoNo6/21/2020 9:37 PM
 
  

​A bear has been seen on a regular basis in the park.

Please remember to be bear aware and give bears respect and distance. Do not attempt to get close to a bear or feed a bear.  

Also, remember to pack out all your garbage (including organic waste such as apple cores and banana peels). 

If you do encounter a bear:

  • Do not run. 
    Face the bear and back away slowly.
  • Stay calm. 
    Talk to the bear in a confident voice.
  • Make sure the bear has a clear exit. 
    He or she is likely just as anxious to get out of there as you are.
Grouse Mountain Regional ParkNoYes8/4/2020 8:44 AM
 
  

​Starting Mon, Jun 24, work crews will be repairing, upgrading and realigning a portion of the lower BCMC Route. The trail will remain open, but please comply with requests from the crew and follow any temporary reroutes. 

Grouse Mountain Regional ParkNoNo7/29/2019 3:41 PM
 
  

​The upper portion of some trails at Grouse Mountain Regional Park lie in terrain that in winter can be subject to significant avalanche risk. The Grouse Grind Trail -- which is currently closed -- lies in complex avalanche terrain with a high avalanche risk. The BCMC Route lies in mostly simple avalanche terrain with a low avalanche risk. Please consult signs on site for the most up-to-date information.

Grouse Mountain Regional ParkNoNo3/4/2019 8:50 AM
 
  

​Attention BCMC users! The trams operated by Grouse Mountain Resort are currently on standby. When the trams are not operating, the only way down the mountain is on foot. For the most current information on the status of the trams, go to the Grouse Mountain Resort website at www.grousemountain.com

Grouse Mountain Regional ParkNoNo7/11/2019 3:38 PM
 
  

The Grouse Grind Trail will reopen Fri, May 3. Thanks to everyone who stayed off the trail during the annual maintenance, the crews were able to finish early this year. Hours will be 6:15 am to 6:30 pm.

Grouse Mountain Regional ParkNoNoNo5/6/2019 8:07 AM
 
  

​A cougar has been sighted at about the 1/4 mark on the BCMC Trail.

For safety, remember to hike with a friend and keep pets leashed. If you see a cougar, here are some safety tips:
  • Do not approach
  • Do not run. 
    Face the cougar and back away slowly.
  • Stay calm. 
    Talk to the cougar in a confident voice.
  • Do all you can to make yourself look bigger. 
    Don't crouch or try to hide. Pick up sticks or branches and wave them about.

For more information about cougars and cougar safety, click here.


Grouse Mountain Regional ParkYesNoNo3/20/2018 10:35 AM
collapse Park : Iona Beach Regional Park ‎(2)
 
  

With the current need for physical distancing, the Iona Jetty is temporarily changed to a one-way only loop trail.
You'll walk westward along the top, then return along the lower road. 
Dogs must be leashed along both the top of the jetty and the lower road.
Cycling will still be allowed on the lower road, but cyclists are asked to be extra courteous and respectful of pedestrian traffic.
Remember to stay 2 m apart. Stay right except to pass.

Iona Beach Regional ParkNoNo9/25/2020 1:20 PM
 
  

​Washrooms are temporarily closed. Please use the portable toilets in place for now. Apologies for the inconvenience.

Iona Beach Regional ParkNoNo5/7/2020 1:20 PM
collapse Park : Kanaka Creek Regional Park ‎(10)
 
  

​The canoe launch at the Fraser Riverfront is closed.

Flooding is expected on trails at lower elevations adjacent to the Fraser River during this spring freshet. Regional Parks staff monitor water levels daily. Flooded trails and hazardous areas will be closed. Stay back from river edges as fast-flowing water is dangerous and can erode and undermine river banks, leaving them unstable. Please comply with all posted closure and safety signs.

Kanaka Creek Regional ParkNoNo8/4/2020 11:34 AM
 
  

​​All trails around Rainbow Bridge are closed, because a bear that has been approaching people in that area. Please avoid encounters with bears by keeping away from that area and by following posted signs and advisories about bears in parks.

Kanaka Creek Regional ParkNoNo6/10/2020 8:36 AM
 
  

​With the current need for physical distancing, the west side of the Nature Trail, at Fraser Riverfront, is temporarily changed to one-way only. Please stay 2m apart; avoid stopping and gatherings on this trail section. Follow posted signs when visiting the park and trail.

Kanaka Creek Regional ParkNoYes4/15/2020 1:16 PM
 
  

Fraser Riverfront Viewing Tower and Canoe Launch are CLOSED

Kanaka Creek Regional ParkNoNo5/15/2020 12:40 PM
 
  

The North Fork Loop Trail and bridge will be closed during bridge deck replacement. Please choose an alternate route during this closure. See map for location of closure.

Kanaka Creek Regional ParkNoNo11/7/2019 10:53 AM
 
  

Bears are active, looking for food and as 'wild' are generally uninterested in people. Bears that become comfortable near people can become dangerous and may be destroyed. Please keep bears wild and everyone safe.

  • Make noise to warn bears of your presence
  • Keep children close and pets leashed
  • Stay away from bears, at least 100 metres (10 bus lengths)
  • Remove garbage and food attractants

If you see a bear at a distance, stay back 100 metres. Choose an alternate route. Negative bear-human interactions may result in closure of some areas of the park or harm to the bear.

For more information about bears and bear safety, click here.

Kanaka Creek Regional ParkNoYes6/25/2020 4:02 PM
 
  

​The following 3 parking lots will be closed June 19th for maintenance:

  1. The Riverfront parking lot at 23200 River Road, closed morning only
  2. The Fish Fence parking lot at 23964 Kanaka Creek Road
  3. The Watershed Stewardship Centre parking lot at 11450 256 Street

The Cliff Park parking lot will remain open June 19.

Kanaka Creek Regional ParkNoNo6/19/2019 4:00 PM
 
  

​Due to high winds, power lines are down in the area of the Kanaka Creek hatchery. The parking lot in the area is closed. BC Hydro crews are responding.

Kanaka Creek Regional ParkNoNo2/20/2019 2:49 PM
 
  

​The trails and parking lot at the Fraser Riverfront will be temporarily closed due to dyke maintenance. Please choose an alternate route during this closure.

Kanaka Creek Regional ParkNoNo2/7/2019 8:40 AM
 
  

​The Riverfront parking lot will be temporarily closed Tuesday, January 15th, 7 - 10 am. This is due to maintenance work.  It should reopen after 10 am.

Kanaka Creek Regional ParkNoNoNo1/22/2019 9:09 AM
collapse Park : Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve ‎(9)
 
  

​The trail will be temporarily closed during regular working hours to allow for drainage structure maintenance and trail repairs.

Lower Seymour Conservation ReserveNoYes9/10/2020 8:39 AM
 
  

The Coho Trail is now open, bridge replacements and trail upgrades have been completed for the year.

Lower Seymour Conservation ReserveNoYes9/8/2020 9:28 AM
 
  

Trail upgrades are complete for the year.

Lower Seymour Conservation ReserveNoYes9/8/2020 3:52 PM
 
  

​Be bear aware at all times.
Hike with friends.
Make noise as you go (sing, talk, whistle)
Pack out all garbage, including organic waste such as apple cores, banana peels, etc.
Never approach a bear or try to feed it.

If you do encounter a bear:

  • Do not run.
  • Face the bear and back away slowly.

If the bear approaches you,

  • Stay calm.
  • Do not run.
  • Make sure the bear has a clear exit. 
  • Speak in a loud but calm voice

For more information about bears and bear safety, click here.


Lower Seymour Conservation ReserveNoYes8/24/2020 9:22 AM
 
  

​Due to an aggressive bear in the area, the Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve is currently CLOSED, at the request of the Conservation Officer Service. 

Lower Seymour Conservation ReserveNoNo7/30/2020 1:32 PM
 
  

​Rock breaking will commence in the Seymour River for 2020. For project questions please contact the Seymour Salmonid Society.

Lower Seymour Conservation ReserveNoYes7/21/2020 8:34 AM
 
  

​No motorized vehicles on the trailway. Go slow and respect all users.

Lower Seymour Conservation ReserveNoYes7/24/2019 9:13 AM
 
  

The CBC trail is now open after the winter closure.

Lower Seymour Conservation ReserveNoNoNo5/17/2019 2:02 PM
 
  
Lower Seymour Conservation ReserveNoNoYes3/18/2016 9:42 AM
collapse Park : Lynn Headwaters Regional Park ‎(12)
 
  

​A bear has been regularly seen at Lynn Headwaters Regional Park. Be bear aware at all times.
It's best to hike with a friend (or two) and make some noise as you go (e.g. talking, singing) to let wildlife know that you're in the area.

Pack out all your garbage (including organic waste such as apple cores and banana peels). 

Give wildlife respect and space. Do not attempt to get close to a bear or feed a bear.

If you do encounter a bear:

  • Do not run
    Face the bear and back away slowly
  • Stay calm
    Talk to the bear in a confident voice
  • Make sure the bear has a clear exit
    He or she is likely just as anxious to get out of there as you are.
For more information about bears and bear safety, click here.


Lynn Headwaters Regional ParkNoYes9/29/2020 12:57 PM
 
  

​At the request of the BC Conservation Officer Service, Lynn Headwaters Regional Park will be CLOSED effective 7 am Tuesday, July 28 until further notice due to an aggressive bear that bit a 10-year old girl.

Lynn Headwaters Regional ParkNoNo7/30/2020 1:27 PM
 
  

If you're hiking in the backcountry and want to use the Skyride, be aware that you need to reserve a time in advance at grousemountain.com.

Lynn Headwaters Regional ParkNoNo9/8/2020 8:50 AM
 
  

​Due to an aggressive bear in the area, the Connector Trail between Lynn Headwaters Regional Park and the Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve is currently CLOSED, at the request of the Conservation Officer Service.

Lynn Headwaters Regional ParkNoNo7/30/2020 1:27 PM
 
  

​It's important to let someone know where you're going hiking and let them know: your destination, your route and your return time.
How you do it is up to you (phone call, email, text, DM or use the Adventure Smart trip planning app at plan.adventuresmart.ca )

Lynn Headwaters Regional ParkNoYes7/21/2020 12:09 PM
 
  

16 Sep 2020 -- Sunset is at 7:00pm

The Lynn Headwaters backcountry routes are open for the summer.   This includes the Crown Mtn., Goat Mtn., Goat Ridge, Hanes Valley, Lynn Lake and Coliseum Mtn. routes.    Water sources are drying up at higher elevations.    Carry extra water on longer backcountry hikes.

Lynn Headwaters Regional ParkNoYes9/16/2020 4:14 PM
 
  

​Recent heavy rain has increased the height and flow in Lynn Creek, creating dangerous conditions. Stay back from the creek’s edge and do not attempt to cross while creek levels are high. 

Lynn Headwaters Regional ParkNoNo9/23/2019 9:26 AM
 
  

​The backcountry routes are now open, but hikers should be aware that snow hazards still exist. Up to 1.2 m of snow exists in some sections with the potential for sinkholes, collapsing snow bridges, fast-flowing meltwater and other hazards.
You'll need routefinding skills, backcountry experience, good hiking gear and the 10 essentials.

Lynn Headwaters Regional ParkNoNo7/2/2019 9:46 AM
 
  

​All backcountry routes remain closed.   This applies to routes in the Grouse subalpine north of Dam Mountain and Thunderbird Ridge (e.g. Crown Mountain, Goat Mountain,Little Goat & Goat Ridge) as well as to routes beyond Norvan Falls (Hanes Valley, Coliseum Mountain and Lynn Lake).

Lynn Headwaters Regional ParkNoNoNo7/16/2020 2:18 PM
 
  

​A cougar has been seen several times in the park this fall.   For safety, remember to walk/hike with a friend, keep pets leashed and keep children close. If you see a cougar, here are some safety tips:

  • Do not approach
  • Do not run. 
    Face the cougar and back away slowly.
  • Stay calm. 
    Talk to the cougar in a confident voice.
  • Pick children up immediately. 
    Children frighten easily and their movements may provoke an attack.
  • Do all you can to make yourself look bigger. 
    Don't crouch or try to hide. Pick up sticks or branches and wave them about.

For more information about cougars and cougar safety, click here.


Lynn Headwaters Regional ParkYesNoNo11/13/2019 3:57 PM
 
  

Be bear aware at all times.
Hike with friends.  
Make noise as you go (sing, talk, whistle)
Pack out all garbage, including organic waste such as apple cores, banana peels, etc. 
Never approach a bear or try to feed it.

If you do encounter a bear:

  • Do not run.
  • Face the bear and back away slowly.

If the bear approaches you,

  • Stay calm.
  • Do not run.
  • Make sure the bear has a clear exit. 
  • Speak in a loud but calm voice

For more information about bears and bear safety, click here.

Lynn Headwaters Regional ParkNoNoNo9/15/2020 9:40 AM
 
  
The drinking fountain and tap in the picnic area has been shut down for COVID19 safety.     
Lynn Headwaters Regional ParkNoNoYes4/24/2020 8:26 AM
collapse Park : Minnekhada Regional Park ‎(19)
 
  
To replace a culvert, a section of trail will be closed at the east of Oliver Rd within the park. The work is expected to take one day. There will be no access through the park between Oliver Rd and DeBoville Slough Dyke Trail. Visitors should plan alternate routes or expect to retrace their steps. Thanks for your cooperation.
Minnekhada Regional ParkNoNo9/18/2020 5:17 PM
 
  

​Oliver Road in Minnekhada Regional Park will be closed to vehicles to keep bears and people safe. This closure is expected to last about three months and is based on bear activity in the immediate area, developing blueberry crops, a reviews of previous road closures, and the high potential for negative human-bear interactions. The park remains open and accessible via the Quarry Road entrance.

Visitors are reminded that bears are wild, unpredictable and can run faster than humans over any type of ground.
• If you see a bear, stay back 100 metres. Never approach a bear; change your route or plans to avoid them.
• If you encounter a bear, stay calm and slowly back away.
• If you encounter a bear along Oliver Road, be prepared to retrace your route if on foot or bicycle.

Bears that become comfortable near people can be more dangerous to humans or may be destroyed. Negative bear-human interactions may result in closures other areas within the park.

Minnekhada Regional ParkNoYes7/3/2020 12:46 AM
 
  
Work to resurface sections of Quarry Trail on the west side of Minnekhada Marsh will begin Mon, Apr 27 and take about three weeks. Visitors should expect to encounter construction crews and equipment; and be prepared for minor delays on the trail and at the Quarry Road Entrance parking lot. Please plan alternate routes, and follow posted safety signs and directions from crew.
Minnekhada Regional ParkNoNo5/29/2020 2:08 PM
 
  

Work on hazardous trees will be done on April 16 & 17 near the Quarry Rd parking lot. Access to park trails may be affected intermittently. Visitors should expect to encounter equipment and crews. Please follow posted safety signs and instructions from crew.


Minnekhada Regional ParkNoNo4/24/2020 3:32 PM
 
  

​High Knoll, Low Knoll and the trails to access them are CLOSED due to COVID-19 physical distancing and public health concerns. Please follow posted signs and plan alternate routes. Trail closure map

Minnekhada Regional ParkNoNo5/11/2020 6:53 AM
 
  

Minnekhada Lodge is closed because of COVID-19 public health safety concerns. Sunday open houses are cancelled until further notice.

Minnekhada Regional ParkNoNo5/28/2020 1:22 PM
 
  

Work on the eastern side of Minnekhada Marsh, near the junctions of Fern, Low Knoll and Mid-Marsh trails, is anticipated to start Mon. Mar 09 and take about two weeks. Trails will remain open but visitors should expect to encounter construction crews and equipment. Please follow posted safety signs.

Minnekhada Regional ParkNoNo4/15/2020 8:33 AM
 
  

​The Minnekhada Lodge parking lot and picnic area will be closed on Thursday February 20, for tree maintenance work. Please use alternate routes and keep back from equipment and crews. See map of closure.

Minnekhada Regional ParkYesNo2/21/2020 8:28 AM
 
  

​Some trails may be slippery with slush, ice or packed snow.

Minnekhada Regional ParkNoNo1/23/2020 8:15 AM
 
  
Minnekhada Regional ParkNoNo10/31/2019 4:35 PM
 
  

Oliver Road in Minnekhada Regional Park is now closed to vehicles to keep bears and people safe. This closure is expected to last about three months and is based on bear activity in the immediate area, developing blueberry crops, and the potential for negative human-bear interactions. The park remains open and accessible via the Quarry Road entrance.  

Remember bears are wild, unpredictable and can run faster than humans over any type of ground.

  • If you see a bear, stay back 100 metres and change your route or plans to avoid them. Never approach a bear.
  • If you encounter a bear, stay calm and slowly back away.
  • If you encounter a bear along the park road, be prepared to retrace your route if on foot or bicycle. 

Bears that become comfortable near people can be more dangerous to humans or may be destroyed. Negative bear-human interactions may result in closures of other areas within the park.

Minnekhada Regional ParkNoNo10/23/2019 5:17 PM
 
  

Work to conduct repairs along Lodge Trail near the south end of Lower Marsh is scheduled to begin the week of April 01. This work will take about two weeks but the trail will remain open. Visitors should expect to encounter construction crews and equipment along park trails and near the picnic area. Please follow posted safety signs.

Minnekhada Regional ParkNoNo4/29/2019 11:24 AM
 
  

​Due to a slide during recent heavy rainfall, a section of trail that makes up the northern portion of the Minnekhada Perimeter Trail has been closed (map). It will remain closed until safety assessments and repairs are completed. Please plan alternate routes and follow posted safety signs. For more information, call 604-520-6442.

Minnekhada Regional ParkNoNoNo2/26/2019 4:21 PM
 
  

Oliver Road in Minnekhada Regional Park is now closed to vehicles to keep bears and people safe. This closure is expected to last about three months and is based on bear activity in the immediate area, developing blueberry crops, a reviews of previous road closures, and the high potential for negative human-bear interactions. The park remains open and accessible via the Quarry Road entrance.

Visitors are reminded that bears are wild, unpredictable and can run faster than humans over any type of ground.
• If you see a bear, stay back 100 metres. Never approach a bear; change your route or plans to avoid them.
• If you encounter a bear, stay calm and slowly back away.
• If you encounter a bear along Oliver Road, be prepared to retrace your route if on foot or bicycle.

Bears that become comfortable near people can be more dangerous to humans or may be destroyed. Negative bear-human interactions may result in closures other areas within the park.

Minnekhada Regional ParkYesNoNo10/30/2018 12:00 PM
 
  

To keep bears wild and people safe, Oliver Road inside the park will be closed to vehicles in the next two weeks. The exact date will be based on bear activity in the immediate area, developing blueberry crops, review of data and observations from previous road closures, and the potential for negative bear-human interactions. The park will remain open and accessible via the Quarry Road entrance.

Remember bears are wild, unpredictable and can run faster than humans over any type of ground.
• If you see a bear, stay back 100 metres and change your route or plans to avoid them. Never approach a bear.
• If you encounter a bear, stay calm and slowly back away.
• If you encounter a bear along the park road, be prepared to retrace your route if on foot or bicycle.

Bears that become comfortable near people can be more dangerous to humans or may be destroyed. Negative bear-human interactions may result in closures other areas of the park.

Minnekhada Regional ParkYesNoNo6/28/2019 9:25 AM
 
  

​Bears are now active. Wild and unpredictable, bears can run faster than humans over any type of ground. If you see a bear, stay back 100 metres. Bears that become comfortable near people and vehicles, can be more dangerous to humans or may be destroyed or struck by cars. To keep bears wild and visitors safe:
• Never approach a bear
• Change your route or plans to avoid bears

If you encounter a bear, stay calm and slowly back away. If you encounter a bear along Oliver Road, be prepared to retrace your route if on foot or bicycle; remain in your vehicle if driving.

Negative bear-human interactions may result in closure of some areas of the park.

Minnekhada Regional ParkYesNoNo6/14/2019 1:41 PM
 
  

​The park has extensive bear habitat and the animals that live here are wild and unpredictable. Visitors who see bears are reminded to avoid them and stay back at least 100 metres. Dangerous bear-human interactions can increase when bears lose their fear of humans. Do not approach or try to feed bears; do not leave any garbage. If you encounter a bear, stay calm and slowly back away. For more information, see our ‘What About Bears?’ brochure.

Minnekhada Regional ParkYesNoNo7/3/2020 12:11 AM
 
  
The section of Oliver Road within the park will be closed for the morning to allow some work to be done at the park entrance. There will be no vehicle access to Minnekhada Lodge from 7 a.m. until the work is completed around noon.
 
Visitors are reminded to follow posted safety signs; and advised to use the Quarry Road Entrance.
Minnekhada Regional ParkYesNoNo3/17/2015 10:35 AM
 
  
Due to frequent and unpredictable bear activity, the section of Oliver Road within Minnekhada Regional Park is now closed to all park visitors, including pedestrians and cyclists.
 
To protect people and bears, the area will be monitored and remain closed until further notice. Please follow safety signs, observe parking restrictions, plan alternate routes and Be Bear Aware.
 
Open houses at Minnekhada Lodge will continue but access will be from the Quarry Road Entrance and require a 15 minute walk, each way, along park trails.
 
For more information on this closure, call 604-520-6442. 
Minnekhada Regional ParkYesNoNo10/6/2015 9:26 AM
collapse Park : Pacific Spirit Regional Park ‎(6)
 
  

​The entrance to Camosun Bog at Camosun Ave. and 19th Ave. will be temporarily CLOSED on Sept. 11 from 8 am to 3 pm while work is done to install a subsurface barrier as part of work to stabilize groundwater in the area.
Camosun Bog can still be access from the entrances at 21st Ave. and off Imperial Rd.

Pacific Spirit Regional ParkNoNo9/14/2020 10:24 AM
 
  

​Critical work needs to be done on Trail 4 to keep it safe and keep it open on a long-term basis. Because of the degree of work involved, the steepness of terrain and other factors, Trail 4 needs to be closed while the work is underway.
Please use Trail 3 or Trail 6 during this time.
Apologies for any inconvenience. 

Pacific Spirit Regional ParkNoYes9/3/2020 11:00 AM
 
  

​Crews will be doing some work to improve a portion of Council Trail between Iron Knee Trail and Sword Fern Trail starting Thurs, Aug. 20. The trail will remain open, but there may be short delays. Please comply with posted signs and requests from crews for your safety.

Pacific Spirit Regional ParkNoNo9/2/2020 8:07 AM
 
  

​Old Marine Drive will be closed for repairs all day on Wed. June 3. Apologies for the inconvenience.

Pacific Spirit Regional ParkNoNo6/3/2020 2:03 PM
 
  

​Crews will be doing work on Sword Fern Trail between Long Trail and Imperial Trail starting Mon. June 29.  The trail will remain open, but there may be short delays. Please give crews a minimum of 2 metres distance at all times.

Pacific Spirit Regional ParkNoNo8/4/2020 8:06 AM
 
  

​A debris slide has closed a portion of Admiralty Trail between West Canyon and Acadia Beach. A geotechnical assessment is underway. Please comply with posted signs for your safety. 

Pacific Spirit Regional ParkNoNo2/13/2020 8:42 AM
collapse Park : Pitt River Regional Greenway ‎(4)
 
  

​The greenway section between Ford Road and the CP train bridge is closed while the City of Pitt Meadows resurfaces the dyke. This work is expected to be finished after August 13. Please keep safely back from equipment and crew, and follow signs and guidance of flagging crew.

Pitt River Regional GreenwayNoNo8/14/2020 8:00 AM
 
  

​Bears are active, looking for food and as 'wild' are generally uninterested in people. Bears that become comfortable near people can become dangerous and may be destroyed. Please keep bears wild and everyone safe.

  • Never approach a bear. Stay away from bears, at least 100 metres (10 bus lengths)
  • Keep children close and pets leashed
  • Never feed a bear; remove garbage and food attractants

If you see a bear at a distance, stay back 100 metres. Choose an alternate route. Negative bear-human interactions may result in closure of some sections of the greenway or harm to the bear.

For more information about bears and bear safety, click here.

Pitt River Regional GreenwayNoYes8/11/2020 3:25 PM
 
  

The train bridge underpass trail is closed due to flooding (see map). Flooding is expected on trails at lower elevations adjacent to the Fraser River during freshet. Regional Parks staff monitor water levels daily. Flooded trails and hazardous areas will be closed. Stay back from river edges as fast-flowing water is dangerous and can erode and undermine river banks, leaving them unstable. Please comply with all posted closure and safety signs. ​​

Pitt River Regional GreenwayNoNo7/30/2020 12:23 PM
 
  

Caution - Expect muddy, uneven surfaces and vehicles on the dyke trail
Industrial trucks hauling soil over the dyke trail to fill private riverfront have caused muddy uneven surfaces on dyke.
Use extra care and keep back from vehicles, equipment and crews.
Route affected - 700 meter section of dyke, from the airport to 176 St (red line on map)

Pitt River Regional GreenwayNoNoYes4/20/2020 8:49 AM
collapse Park : Surrey Bend Regional Park ‎(10)
 
  

The gate will be closed Tuesday morning, July 21, 7:00 am to 8:30 am, for parking lot and roadway maintenance. Visitors can walk and bike into the park while the gate is closed. Please follow posted signs and keep safely back from working equipment and crews.

Surrey Bend Regional ParkNoNo7/21/2020 8:44 AM
 
  

Pacific Trail floods during freshet especially at high tides. Park staff are monitoring the water levels and posting flood warning signs where needed. Please use caution, obey posted signs, and avoid using the trail during high tide. 

Surrey Bend Regional ParkNoNo8/6/2020 8:46 AM
 
  

Bears are active, looking for food and as 'wild' are generally uninterested in people. Bears that become comfortable near people can become dangerous and may be destroyed. Please keep bears wild and everyone safe.

  • Make noise to warn bears of your presence
  • Keep children close and pets leashed
  • Stay away from bears, at least 100 metres (10 bus lengths)
  • Remove garbage and food attractants

If you see a bear at a distance, stay back 100 metres. Choose an alternate route. Negative bear-human interactions may result in closure of some areas of the park or harm to the bear.

For more information about bears and bear safety, click here.

Surrey Bend Regional ParkNoYes6/25/2020 3:47 PM
 
  
​The Parsons's and Pacific Trails are closed due to flooding.


Surrey Bend Regional ParkNoNo6/5/2020 2:32 PM
 
  

Parson's Trail and Pacific Trail are closed due to flooding.

Flooding occurs on trails at lower elevations adjacent to the Fraser River during this spring freshet. Regional Parks staff monitor water levels daily. Flooded trails and hazardous areas will be closed. Stay back from river edges as fast-flowing water is dangerous and can erode and undermine river banks, leaving them unstable. Please comply with all posted closure and safety signs.

Surrey Bend Regional ParkNoNo7/10/2020 9:59 AM
 
  

​The main parking lot at Surrey Bend, 17775 - 104th Avenue, will be closed May 14th for maintenance.

There is nearby parking at the Barnston Island Ferry terminal.

Visitors are welcome to walk or bike in to access the park.

Surrey Bend Regional ParkNoNo5/15/2020 1:10 PM
 
  

​The picnic shelters at Surrey Bend are CLOSED because of COVID-19 public health safety concerns..

Surrey Bend Regional ParkNoNo4/9/2020 10:38 AM
 
  

The nature play area is closed

Surrey Bend Regional ParkYesNo6/2/2020 9:20 AM
 
  

The main parking lot at 17775 - 104th Avenue will be closed July 5th for maintenance.

There is nearby parking at the Barnston Island Ferry terminal.

Surrey Bend Regional ParkNoNo7/8/2019 3:09 PM
 
  
Surrey Bend Regional Park has reopened following the windstorm, but many trails suffered damage from the high winds. Park staff are clearing many downed trees and branches. 
Please take care in the park and stay clear of areas where crews are working.
Surrey Bend Regional ParkYesNoNo1/2/2019 10:58 AM
collapse Park : Thwaytes Landing Regional Park ‎(2)
 
  

​Sites where buildings have been removed are currently undergoing restoration. Please follow all posted signs. For more information, call 604-520-6442.

Thwaytes Landing Regional ParkNoYes9/11/2019 10:02 AM
 
  

Effective Monday, October 01 the park be will closed until further notice. Work to remove old buildings and improve public safety is scheduled to begin and is expected to take about three months. For more information, call 604-520-6442.

Thwaytes Landing Regional ParkNoNoNo5/17/2019 9:29 AM
collapse Park : Tynehead Regional Park ‎(6)
 
  

The Raven's Nest Group Campground is CLOSED

 

Tynehead Regional ParkNoNo5/29/2020 4:56 PM
 
  

The section of Serpentine Loop Trail, marked on map, is closed due to flooding and damage. It will be reopened when repaired. Please use alternate routes. See map.

Tynehead Regional ParkNoNo6/25/2020 11:55 AM
 
  

The following 2 parking lots will be closed July 4th for maintenance:

  1. The Tynehead Hatchery parking lot at 16689 – 96 Avenue
  2. The Serpentine Hollow parking lot at 10050 – 161st Street

Parking lots that will remain open are:

  1. Serpentine Fields entrance at 10099 – 168th
  2. Serpentine Hills entrance at 172 – 96th.
Tynehead Regional ParkYesNo7/8/2019 3:08 PM
 
  

Trail construction and sewer connection work is underway along the park’s perimeter. During construction, 162A St Access Trail will be closed. Visitors should note that there will be no access to the park from either 161A Street or 162A Street. Please follow posted safety signs and plan alternate routes. For more information, call 604-530-4983.

Tynehead Regional ParkNoNoNo4/29/2020 12:08 PM
 
  

The old viewing platform has been removed and the area immediately around it will remain closed until the platform can be replaced. Construction of the replacement is currently planned for 2018. For more information, call 604-530-4983.

Tynehead Regional ParkNoNoNo7/2/2019 2:20 PM
 
  
 
Tynehead Regional Park has reopened following the windstorm, but many trails suffered damage from the high winds. Park staff are clearing many downed trees and branches. 
Please take care in the park and stay clear of areas where crews are working.
Tynehead Regional ParkYesNoNo1/2/2019 10:28 AM