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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, remain open, providing important outlets for residents to enjoy the outdoors.

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





Pitt River Regional GreenwayPitt River Regional Greenway



Benches and view at Harris Landing and view at Harris Landing
Between Kennedy Rd and Ford Rd along greenway Kennedy Rd and Ford Rd along greenway
Bring water for long bike rides water for long bike rides
Cranberry fields during autumn fields during autumn
Cycling pathway pathway
Eagle perch along Fraser River perch along Fraser River
Fawn lily at greenway lily at greenway
Fishing on the Fraser River on the Fraser River
Forested trails trails
Greenway links up to Osprey Village links up to Osprey Village
Greenway runs past Pitt Meadows Airport runs past Pitt Meadows Airport
Killdeer next to greenway next to greenway
Level path on dyke path on dyke
Parking at Harris Landing at Harris Landing
River view view
Tunnel under airport road under airport road
View of slough of slough
View to Pitt River Bridge to Pitt River Bridge
Watching the cranberry harvest the cranberry harvest
Wildflowers on greenway on greenway





Pitt River Regional GreenwayPitt River Regional Greenway-122.75498849.222490, Pitt River







Advisory<div class="ExternalClassEFEB76BCD7354966A703AC0C2C764BEE"><p><strong>Caution - Expect muddy, uneven surfaces and vehicles on the dyke trail</strong></p><p>Industrial trucks hauling soil over the dyke trail to fill private riverfront have caused muddy uneven surfaces on dyke.</p><p>Use extra care and keep back from vehicles, equipment and crews.</p><p><a href="/services/parks/PublishingImages/PittRiverAdvisory-January2018.jpg" target="_blank">Route affected</a> - 700 meter section of dyke, from the airport to 176 St (<em>red line on map</em>)</p></div>True



Wednesday Wanderings: Wings over Water BirdingWednesday Wanderings: Wings over Water Birding<div class="ExternalClassC8CC168AB09146EE984FB684D4C22F8B"><p><span aria-hidden="true"></span><span aria-hidden="true"></span><strong>CANCELLED<br></strong><strong>In response to the COVID-19 situation, this activity has been cancelled.</strong><br><strong>Regional parks and greenways remain open. Spending time in nature is a good way to take care of both your physical and mental health.<span aria-hidden="true"></span></strong><br><br>Dive into the basics of how to watch and listen for birds migrating back to nest and feed during this introduction-to-nature walk.<br>Ages 19+<br>$3 per adult, registration required, activity 5110 </p></div>GP0|#71a33e6d-4097-430d-8344-ccaca704cdd4;L0|#071a33e6d-4097-430d-8344-ccaca704cdd4|Pitt Meadows;GTSet|#53279cbe-e6bf-4ccb-a100-a874de0381d313932020-05-06T17:00:00Z

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