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. Future recreational use of the site will be considered in the park management planning process, currently underway. You will have the opportunity to share your ideas for the park during the development of the plan. The second Open House inviting public involvement will be held in spring 2012 (stay tuned - date TBA!). Go to the Regional Parks Planning webpage for Aldergrove Lake Regional Park Management Plan for more information.
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.”
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.
The women's washroom at the Lake Area is accessible, while the men's washroom is not fully wheelchair accessible (narrow passageway). Washrooms at Aldergrove Bowl are accessible.
Lake 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.
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