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Aldergrove 
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Park Features at a glance
Drinking Water Picnic Shelter Group Camp 
Trail Information
Hiking / Walking 9.5 km  Horseback riding 7 km  Cycling 7.5 km 
Maps and Directions
The southern boundary of this park is the Canada/USA border. Located five minutes from the Aldergrove border crossing, first-time visitors are advised to drive to the main park entrance on 8th Avenue just east of 272nd Street. Continue down the park entrance road until you cross Pepin Brook and turn right to find the main information kiosk beside the lake washroom building.
Park Hours
In general, parks are open during daylight hours. For specific hours see PDF below.

Park Hours
Reservable Facilities:
 Blacktail picnic shelter
   (seats 100)
Other Info
The swimming facility at Aldergrove Regional Park closed permanently in early 2011 and has been decomissioned. It's now a lovely picnic site with a small sandy play area, trails, and washroom. 
 
Camp Elkgrove group camp operates in Aldergrove Regional Park and can be booked by contacting the Elks Recreational Children's Camp Society of BC at 604-513-0155.

Aldergrove Lake Regional Park contains the Rock ‘n Horse Trail, a shared trail open to equestrians, cyclists and pedestrians. A Trail Users Courtesy Code is posted on the kiosk at the cycling trailhead.

One of several projects supported by the Pacific Parklands Foundation includes the restoration of Aldergrove Bowl, which has been converted from a mined-out gravel pit to a recreational area including a marshy pond for waterfowl, new hiking trails, and picnic area.”

Dog Information
Dogs
Dogs must be under control at all times. There are on-leash and leash-optional areas in the park. The dog off-leash area is in the northeast corner of the park at the corner of Lefeuvre Road and Huntingdon Road. Check local signs for details. Please show courtesy to other park visitors by removing your dog's droppings.
For more info, please see Dogs in Metro Vancouver Regional Parks
Accessibility
Accessibility
The women's washroom at the Main Day-use area is accessible, while the men's washroom is not fully wheelchair accessible (narrow passageway). Washrooms at Aldergrove Bowl are accessible.
 
Trail Information
Main Day-use Loop- 530 m long, 2 m wide, less than 5% slope, with a firm surface.
Marsh Loop- 700 m long, minimum width 1 m wide for 180 m, 180 m of the trails has a 9-11% slope, while the rest of the trail has a gentle grade. Part of the trail has a semi-firm surface while the rest is firm.
View Point Trail - is 220 m long, 1.5 m wide, firm surface, with some areas with a 9-11% slope.
Park SafetyUsing the Park Safely:
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Parks Field Trips
 
Fishing

Contact Us
The calendar fills quickly so please plan to register two months in advance of your preferred date. Book on-line or call 604-432-6359 for more information.

Park Partners
With the variety of ways to get actively involved in Regional Parks, there’s bound to be something for you! Explore the opportunities in the Park Partnership Program.
For Information, Questions, or Comments
Metro Vancouver Regional Parks East Area Office: 604-530-4983
Pacific Parklands Foundation
Pacific Parklands Foundation
Founded in 2000, Pacific Parklands Foundation (PPF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation and enhancement of Metro Vancouver’s regional parks. An arm’s length organization, PPF is valuable to Metro Vancouver as a fundraising body dedicated to regional parks projects, youth environmental leadership, volunteers and regional parks associations, and the commemorative and memorial gifts program.
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Fire Danger Rating Advisory
as of August 19, 2014
Current Rating: HIGH
Visitors are asked to obey posted signs and fire danger guidelines:
Campfires permitted in supervised campgrounds only, and only as local fire authorities allow
-  campfires in all public fire rings/pits, including those in group camps and picnic shelters, are prohibited
Barbeques are only permitted in approved facilities under direct supervision
- Propane or gas powered preferred,
- if you are using briquettes, PLEASE dispose of them carefully in provided receptacles
Be aware of all spark sources
Report all forest fires to 911 and Parks staff
For more information call 604-432-6350.
Trail Advisories
Personal Safety

Parks are natural areas and present hazards for the unprepared. Never hike or walk alone - enjoy the park with a friend!
  • Bring a snack, water, flashlight, a light jacket and adequate footwear;
  • Let someone know where you are going and when you expect to return;
  • Stay on marked trails and out of closed areas;
  • Do not disturb or feed wildlife;
  • Obey all signs and notices.

Look, listen and be aware of your surroundings at all times.

EMERGENCY - Call 9-1-1 for fire, ambulance or police services.

Rock’n Horse Trail Repair

Repairs to the Rock’n Horse trail will be underway August 18 to 22. The repair work is at the base of the switchbacks near 272nd Street and west of the Hunt bridge (please see map). During this work there may be short trail closures. For more information, please call the East Area Office at 604-530-4983.
Upcoming Events
No events upcoming at this park
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