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Epic mountains, sparkling lakes, living rainforests and oceanside trails – there are hundreds of parks in BC to explore.

From world-ranked Stanley Park in the heart of Vancouver to Gwaii Haanas, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that puts the "wild" into wilderness, British Columbia is renowned for having the most extensive parks system in Canada – there are more than 1,000 provincial parks and protected areas, plus many more national and city parks.

Walking and hiking are a given in virtually every park. Beyond that, there is wildlife viewing, backpacking, camping, kayaking and canoeing, swimming, fishing and boating, skiing and boarding, mountain biking and mountaineering.

World's Best Park

Vancouver's Stanley Park was named 'Best Park in the World' in TripAdvisor's 2014 "Top 25 Parks" list.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Three of BC's parks are designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites, signifying that they are a protected area of global significance.

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Goldstream Provincial Park - Mill Bay

Hwy 1 16 Km NW Of Victoria
Mill Bay, British Columbia
V0R 2P0

Goldstream Provincial Park attracts visitors to see massive trees, majestic waterfalls & a meandering river that meets the sea. Come see the flowers, birds, bald eagles, fish & annual salmon spawning run. Trails range from easy, wheelchair accessible walks to strenuous hikes. Interpretive centre on-site.


Gulf Islands National Park Reserve - Sidney

2220 Harbour Rd
Sidney, British Columbia
V8L 2P6

Gulf Islands National Park Reserve safeguards a portion of British Columbia's beautiful southern Gulf Islands. Established in 2003, park lands are dotted throughout numerous islands, islets & reefs. Enjoy kayaking, boating,camping, hiking, walking along the beaches or trails, picnicking or geocaching. Take in an interpretive program (free & fun) - check the website for more details.


Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve & Haida Heritage Site - Skidegate

Haida Heritage Centre
Skidegate, British Columbia
V0T 1S0

Explore the edge of the world. In the southern portion of Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands) lies Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve & Haida Heritage Site, a wild & remote place of haunting beauty. Reservations required May 1-Sep 30.


Hakai Luxvbalis Conservancy Area - Port Hardy

130 Km North Of Port Hardy
Port Hardy, British Columbia
V0N 2P0

Hakai boasts lagoons, reversing tidal rapids, tombolos, white sand beaches with exposed shorelines, forested hills, large/small islands & all weather anchorages. Hakai has a varied, scenic coastline. Under agreement with the Province, the Heiltsuk Nation manages the park.


Horne Lake Caves Provincial Park - Qualicum Beach


You can experience the magic of the underground world by spelunking in the many caves protected within this unique park. Knowledgeable guides can lead visitors through the caves to discover this magical world of crystal formations & ancient fossils firsthand.


Juan de Fuca Provincial Park - Port Renfrew

Hwy 14
Port Renfrew, British Columbia
V0S 1K0

Juan de Fuca Provincial Park offers scenic beauty, marine & wildlife viewing & roaring surf along the 47 km wilderness trail. Easy to strenuous, day or multi-day hiking/camping offered along this rugged Pacific coastline.


Kalamalka Lake Provincial Park - Vernon

8 Km South
Vernon, British Columbia
V1T 6T1

The largely undeveloped park has a natural setting. A sloping, paved trail wanders down to the beautiful private beaches with informative signs that talk about flora & fauna along the trails. In winter, cross-country skiers enjoy the wild beauty here. The park is also a great location for hiking.


Khutzeymateen Provincial Park - Prince Rupert

45 Km NE Of Prince Rupert
Prince Rupert, British Columbia
V8J 2T6

The park protects grizzly bears & their undisturbed habitat along the north coast of BC. Visitor use is discouraged because of high sensitivity & strict conservation orientation. A limited amount of controlled viewing is allowed under permit.


Kokanee Glacier Provincial Parks - Nelson

Hwy 3A 19 Km NE Of Nelson
Nelson, British Columbia
V8T 6X2

Perhaps the best known alpine park in the Kootenay region, the boundaries encompass 32,035 ha of some of the most scenic country found in the Selkirk Mountains. Comprising a picturesque mosaic of high peaks, snowfields, cirques & colourful lake basins ideal for hiking & fishing.


Kootenay National Park - Radium Hot Springs

Kootenay National Park
Radium Hot Springs, British Columbia
V0A 1M0

Kootenay National Park is a land of startling contrasts. From glaciers to grasslands, broad vistas to narrow canyons, icy rivers to steamy hot springs - this place has it all!

Every twist and turn of the historic Banff-Windermere highway reveals something interesting to explore: Camp in comfort in one of Kootenay's new oTENTik tent-cabins. Relax and soak in some history at the famous Radium Hot Springs Pools. Marvel at the dramatic colours and sounds of Marble Canyon as you crisscross a narrow gorge and wander into the heart of a recent wildfire. Grab your backpack and lace up your hiking boots for an epic multi-day adventure on the Rockwall Trail or watch the 'slow fireworks' of colourful wildflowers along the Stanley Glacier Trail.

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