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Minnekhada Regional ParkMinnekhada Regional Park940127302001



Minnekhada photo1 photo1Both Upper and Lower Marsh are key features of Minnekhada Regional Park
Minnekhada photo2 photo2A network of loop trails take visitors from Minnekhada Lodge and around the marsh
Minnekhada photo3 photo3The roots of giant trees are wrapped around rock along the trail at Minnekhada Regional Park





Minnekhada Regional ParkMinnekhada Regional Park-122.70027301949.2930617154,,+-122.70027301900&sll=49.12227,,-122.300807&sspn=0.010588,,0.027831&ie=UTF8&z=16,,+-122.70027301900&sll=49.12227,-122.300807&sspn=0.010588,0.027831&ie=UTF8&z=16<div class="ExternalClassEF18BC5F347944A08918BF49B54453F3">QUARRY ROAD ENTRANCE</div><div class="ExternalClassEF18BC5F347944A08918BF49B54453F3">From Lougheed Hwy in Port Coquitlam, turn north onto Coast Meridian and travel 3 km to Victoria Dr. Follow Victoria Dr for 1.3 km to the crest of the hill and make a deliberate left turn to stay on Victoria Dr. After 2 km, Victoria Dr turns into Quarry Rd. Follow Quarry Rd for 700m and turn right at the park entrance.</div> <div class="ExternalClassEF18BC5F347944A08918BF49B54453F3"> </div><div class="ExternalClassEF18BC5F347944A08918BF49B54453F3">MINNEKHADA LODGE</div> <div class="ExternalClassEF18BC5F347944A08918BF49B54453F3">From Lougheed Hwy in Port Coquitlam, turn north onto Coast Meridian. Turn right on Prairie Ave and left on Cedar Dr and travel until it meets Victoria Dr. Turn right to stay on Cedar Dr which turns into Oliver Rd. Follow it past the park gate and take the second driveway on the left. Lodge parking and access may be limited during private events.</div> <div class="ExternalClassEF18BC5F347944A08918BF49B54453F3"> </div>, Minnekhada





Bear Safety Reminder<div class="ExternalClassDD42CC6C26274F7E8FFE0306CEBBBA84"><p>​Bears are now active. Wild and unpredictable, bears can run faster than humans over any type of ground. If you <em>see </em>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:<br>• Never approach a bear<br>• Change your route or plans to avoid bears </p><p>If you <em>encounter </em>a bear, stay calm and slowly back away. If you <em>encounter </em>a bear along Oliver Road, be prepared to retrace your route if on foot or bicycle; remain in your vehicle if driving. </p><p>Negative bear-human interactions may result in closure of some areas of the park.</p></div>True





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Pacific Parklands Foundation

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