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Boundary Bay 
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Park Features at a glance
Drinking Water Seasonal Concession Stand Public Phone Heritage Site / Building Swimming Beach Activities Transit Tennis Court Softball Field Electric Vehicle Station 
Trail Information
Hiking / Walking 23.5 km  Horseback riding 16 km  Cycling 18 km 
Maps and Directions
This park surrounds Boundary Bay, an internationally recognized Important Bird Area on the Pacific Flyway.  First time visitors are recommended to begin at Centennial Beach.
From Highway 99, take Highway 17 south to Tsawwassen.  Turn left on 56th Street.  Follow 56th Street to 12th Avenue and turn left, and then turn right on Boundary Bay Road.  The Park Entrance Road is on your left.
Park Hours
In general, parks are open during daylight hours. For specific hours see PDF below.

Park Hours
Reservable Facilities:
Other Info
An internationally recognized Important Bird Area, Boundary Bay Regional Park is a critical rest stop for thousands of birds using the Pacific Flyway migration route.
Dog Information
Because of the sensitive bird habitat around the park, dogs must be on-leash throughout the park. Check signs for details. Also, please be sure to scoop your dog's poop and dispose of it properly.
For more information, please see Dogs in Metro Vancouver Regional Parks.
Electric VehicleElectric Vehicle Charging Station
Two electric vehicle charging stations are available in the parking lot close to the concession/washroom building. Charging is free. There is a two-hour time limit.
Horseback Riding Information
Horseback Riding
Permitted on Boundary Bay Dyke Trail between 17A Avenue and Mud Bay. Equestrians are not permitted between 12th Avenue and Centennial Beach.
Farm Vehicle
Farm Vehicle Right-Of-Way
Please give farm vehicles the right-of-way on the Boundary Bay Dyke Trail. Stand to the side of the dyke, off the travelled surface, to let farm vehicles pass without delay, so the farmers can continue their work to produce food for all of us.

The Centennial Beach Café is now open at the park. For information on hours, menu and more, please go to

The new Centennial Beach washrooms, changerooms and concession are wheelchair accessible. In addition, there are several wheelchair accessible picnic tables, a playground  and parking. The viewing deck at the west end of the 12th Avenue Dyke can also be accessed by wheelchair users.
12 Ave Dyke Trail is a semi firm surface, with some patches of coarse gravel. The trail is 2 km long, minimum 4 m wide, with minimal slopes.
Raptor Trail is a semi firm surface, with some patches of softer sand/packed soil. There is one pedestrian bridge with a steep approach (12% slope) and the entrance along Boundary Bay Road is only 20 cm wide (too narrow for strollers or wheelchairs).
Park SafetyUsing the Park Safely:
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Parks Field Trips

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
To learn the variety of ways to get actively involved in regional parks, contact the Community Development Coordinator at West Area. Phone (604) 224-5739
For Information, Questions, or Comments
Metro Vancouver Regional Parks West Area Office: 604-224-5739
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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Trail Advisories
Storm impacts in the park

At times, the wind and waves may wash out sections of trails in the park, flood areas and leave behind debris. Crews will be repair the trails as conditions allow. Please be aware that trails may be closed at times because of unsafe conditions. Please obey any posted signs.
Upcoming Events
Sunday, February 22
Cammidge House Heritage Day