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Belcarra photo1 photo1White Pine Beach is a popular summer destination for area residents
Belcarra photo2 photo2Trails of Belcarra Regional Park draw hikers and recreationists from around the region
Belcarra wharf at sunset wharf at sunsetBelcarra wharf at sunset
Belcarra picnic shelters picnic sheltersLarge picnic shelters can be used by large groups of up to 75 people at a time. For information and reservations call 640-432-6359
Belcarra Picnic Area shelter Picnic Area shelterThe Belcarra picnic shelter can be reserved for large groups
Belcarra-photo10 offers splendid hiking with gently undulating terrain through western hemlock and red cedar forest
Belcarra-photo11 the Springboard Trail near Belcarra picnic area
Belcarra-photo12 Pine Beach is situated on Sasamat Lake, and offers excellent swimming and beach activities.
Belcarra-photo13 holes in the trunk of a western hemlock tree are caused by woodpeckers and sapsuckers looking for insects





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<div class="ExternalClassC12C85D3F29D437B8057443E317CC938"><div class="panel"><p>​On February 18, 2020, Tsleil-Waututh Nation and Metro Vancouver signed a co-operation agreement that will protect and enhance Belcarra Regional Park for the benefit and enjoyment of present and future generations while raising public awareness of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation's cultural history with the area.</p><p> <i class="fa fa-file-pdf-o fa-lg"> </i><a href="/services/parks/ParksPublications/BelcarraRegionalParkCulturalPlanningandCo-operationAgreement.pdf" target="_blank">Belcarra Regional Park Cultural Planning and Co-Operation Agreement</a></p></div> </div>





Intermittent Trail Closures<div class="ExternalClassC45E756F133E4AC6818C3D8678D1AC30"><div><p>Trails near <a href="/services/parks/ParksPublications/BEL-Hydro_work_07Aug2020_MAP.pdf" target="_blank">Sasamat Lake and Buntzen Ridge</a> 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.<br></p></div></div>True





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