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Metro Vancouver’s paramount commitment is to maintain critical services to the region while protecting the health and safety of our employees, our partners and the public.

All our regional parks, with the exception of Brae Island Regional Park and Barnston Island Regional Park remain open, providing important outlets for residents to enjoy the outdoors.

While visiting Metro Vancouver Regional Parks, please remember to follow these guidelines





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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





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Quarry Trail resurfacing starts Apr 27<div class="ExternalClassCEF4CEBC40014A8EAA2588768E1B3249"><div>Work to resurface <a href="/services/parks/ParksPublications/MIN-QuarryTrailResurfacing_May2020_MAP.pdf" target="_blank">sections of Quarry Trail</a> 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.<br></div></div>True





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Pacific Parklands Foundation

Pacific Parklands Foundation is a registered charity dedicated to the conservation and enhancement of Metro Vancouver’s regional parks.