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Brae Island Regional ParkBrae Island Regional Park229195442http://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/PublishingImages/Bedford-Channel.gif

 

 

Brae Island photo1http://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/_t/BraeIsland-photo1_jpg.jpghttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=2813&RootFolder=/services/parks/ParksPhotosBrae Island photo1Group canoeing Bedford Channel, at Brae Island Regional Park
Frosty morning at Brae Islandhttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/_t/BraeIsland-photo3_jpg.jpghttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPhotos/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=3859&RootFolder=/services/parks/ParksPhotosFrosty morning at Brae IslandFrost outlines all the details of the branches on a winter's morning.

 

 

 

 

Brae Island Regional ParkBrae Island Regional Park-122.57399754749.1738171599http://maps.google.ca/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=49.17381715990,,+-122.57399754700&sll=49.313457,,-122.909235&sspn=0.021095,,0.055661&ie=UTF8&z=16, http://maps.google.ca/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=49.17381715990,+-122.57399754700&sll=49.313457,-122.909235&sspn=0.021095,0.055661&ie=UTF8&z=16<div class="ExternalClass269B40A1DA59434B959E008FA5A815DA">Brae Island Regional Park lies across Bedford Channel from the Historic Village of Fort Langley.  From Highway 1, take the 232nd Street exit and follow signs to Fort Langley National Historic Site.  Head north on Glover Road through the village.  Fort Camping is on your left after you cross the bridge.</div>http://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/ParksPublications/BraeIslandParkMap.pdfhttp://www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/PublishingImages/Logos/BraeIslandRP.png, Brae Island

 

 

 

 

Brae IslandBrae Island<div class="ExternalClassB3FD6133FB154D77836B3A357BD12C5F"><p>Continued dry weather has resulted in conditions that are tinder dry & extremely sensitive to sparks & fire.</p><p>Please comply with posted signs & fire danger guidelines:</p><ul><li>Campfires & briquette barbecues/cooking stoves are prohibited everywhere.</li><li>Portable campfire apparatus (CSA- or ULC-approved only) are only allowed in designated fire rings/fire pits at supervised campgrounds only. </li><li>Propane- or gas-powered barbecues/cooking stoves are only allowed in day use areas with picnic tables, picnic shelters, group camps & campgrounds. You must stay with the barbecue or stove at all times while using it. </li><li>No smoking.</li><li>Remember to stay on trails at all times.</li><li>Be aware of all spark sources.</li><li>Report all forest fires to 911 & regional parks staff.</li></ul><p>For more info, call 604-432-6350</p> </div>2018-07-30T07:00:00ZEXTREME

 

 

Campfires banned due to air quality advisory<div class="ExternalClass4D663D84E9324F598A97FDC10AA64A0F"><p>​Due to the current air quality advisory, campfires are no longer allowed at the campground at the park. Portable campfire appartus (CSA or ULC approved only) that use propane are still permitted.<br></p></div>True
Expect mosquitoes along the Fraser River this June/July<div class="ExternalClass3D44A220E014426297B1771B12E33ACA"><p>​Mosquitoes have emerged following the Fraser River freshet.  They are particularly abundant and voracious near the Fraser River floodplain.  The adult 'biting population' is expected to subside later in July, during the hot dry season. </p><div class="ExternalClass36CF1DC3979D4F06A942DA2785B85C1B"><p>Be prepared for mosquitoes when visiting parks along the Fraser River. Ways to avoid mosquito bites:</p><ul><li>Avoid being outdoors during dawn and dusk when mosquito presence is at its peak. </li><li>Cover up your skin by wearing long sleeves, long pants and a hat </li><li>Wear light colours and loose-fitting cloths.</li><li>Use insect repellent.</li><li>Use an insect net.  </li></ul><p><br>For more information on <a href="/services/parks/learn/natural-resource-management/wildlife-management/Pages/default.aspx" target="_blank">mosquitoes and mosquito control</a>.</p><p>Mosquito control hotline is 604-872-1912 <a href="http://www.culex.ca/mosquito-hotline/mosquito-hotline/" target="_blank">Culex Website</a>.</p><p>For those in the Fraser Valley Regional District (FVRD) view the <a href="http://www.fvrd.ca/EN/main/services/mosquitoes.html" target="_blank">FVRD website</a> for more info.</p></div></div>True

 

 

 

 

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