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Wells Grey Provincial Park (iStockphoto.com / Glowing Earth Photography)

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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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Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park - Squilax

Hwy 1
Squilax, British Columbia
V0E 1M3

In early Oct, Adams River hosts one of the largest Sockeye salmon runs in North America. The park also features spectacular rapids enthusiastically used by rafters & kayakers. A beautiful waterfall on Bear Creek is viewable from Flume Trail System. Great location for fishing, hiking, kayaking & river rafting.


Ruckle Provincial Park - Salt Spring Island

Beaver Point Rd
Salt Spring Island, British Columbia
V8K 1M3

Ruckle Provincial Park has 7 km of ocean shoreline offering hours of enjoyable exploration. Watch pleasure boats, ferries, sea lions & other marine life or walk 15 km of easy to difficult trails following the shoreline & park areas.


Shannon Falls Provincial Park - Squamish


Shannon Falls is composed of a series of cliffs rising 335 m above Hwy 99, making it the third highest falls in the province. This park provides picnicking, hiking & access to the trail into Stawamus Chief Provincial Park.


Shuswap Lake Provincial Park - Squilax

Hwy 1
Squilax, British Columbia
V0E 1M3

A very popular destination, the park has a 1 km stretch of sandy, pebbled beach offering those of all ages fun water activities & shoreline adventure. Also offers a large grassy play area & self-guiding nature trail.


Skookumchuck Provincial Park - Egmont


This park provides trails & viewing areas for visitors wishing to experience the awesome power of incredibly turbulent tidal rapids. On a 3 metre tide, 200 billion gallons of water flow through the narrows connecting Sechelt & Jervis Inlet. This is a great location for hiking, kayaking & canoeing.


South Chilcotin Mountains Provincial Park - Gold Bridge

10 Km West Of Gold Bridge
Gold Bridge, British Columbia
V0K 1P0

Visitors will have an outstanding wilderness experience with interconnecting trail systems through valleys & ridges. Over 150 km of trails offer an excellent variety of loop trips of varying difficulty & distances for hikers, horse riders & mountain bikers.


Spatsizi Plateau Wilderness Provincial Park - Iskut

Hwy 37
Iskut, British Columbia
V0J 1K0

Spatsizi is one of Canada's largest & most significant parks. True wilderness atmosphere, outstanding scenery & varied terrain make this park an excellent place for hiking, nature study & wildlife viewing. Proper gear, transportation arrangements & NTS maps are prerequisites.


Stawamus Chief Provincial Park - Squamish


This park protects massive granite cliffs & provides rock climbing opportunities of international significance. The park also offers opportunities for camping, hiking & scenic viewing atop the Chief with rewarding views of Howe Sound, Squamish & surrounding areas.


Stein Valley Nlaka'pamux Heritage Park - Lytton

West Of Lytton
Lytton, British Columbia
V0K 1Z0

This wilderness park protects the Stein River watershed. With spectacular scenery, outstanding historical, cultural & spiritual values, it offers hiking trails (moderate to difficult), cable crossings, suspension bridge & wilderness campsites. Visitors must be self-sufficient & prepared for anything. Also great freshwater fishing.


Stone Mountain Provincial Park - Alaska Highway

Km 595 Of Alaska Hwy
Alaska Highway, British Columbia
V1A 3L6

Stone Mountain Provincial Park offers mountain wilderness & introduces Alaska Hwy travellers to spectacular landscapes & incredible wildlife viewing opportunities in the Northern Rocky Mountains. For the adventuresome, backcountry hiking routes lead to mountain valleys offering alpine meadows & lakes. Fishing, kayaking & canoeing are permitted. Please visit our website for more details.

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