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Parques y Áreas Silvestres, Zona de Acampar y Parques para Casas Rodantes
Parques y Áreas Silvestres
Experience the park, an archipelago of sheltered islands, islets and reefs in the Salish Sea. Breathe in the sea air and the Mediterranean-like climate while exploring stunning beaches, peaceful coves and lush forest trails. Take in the spectacular ocean views with glimpses of seals, sea lions, porpoises and Orca whales. Connect with fascinating local culture and people, or enjoy boating, kayaking, hiking and an extensive interpretive program, including a multi-route geocaching program for all ages.
This idyllic park is located on the banks of the River Golden Dreams with one of the valley’s most magnificent views of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. This park has something for everyone from a large playground area with a children’s water park, to tennis and basketball courts and ball diamonds. Meadow Park is located in Alpine Meadows behind Meadow Park Sports Centre.
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Facilities: 16 campsites, pit toilets, water hand pump. Location: 5 km west of Rock Creek on Highway 3. Johnstone Creek is a quiet, forested campground just off Highway 3. Whether you are looking for relaxation in a beautiful nature setting or are seeking a well situated roadside stopover 35 minutes west of Osoyoos, this campground is less than 10 minutes from Rock Creek and Kettle River Recreation Area. Campsites are often available for last-minute campers in peak months. Fees are cash only and are self-registration. The park has 38 hectares of mature Douglas fir, larch and spruce trees that provide habitat for woodpeckers and other cavity nesting bird species. White-tailed deer are often seen in the park. Wildlife viewing opportunities can be observed from the short nature loop hike and lookout trail. Open from the May Long Weekend through the second weekend in September.
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Explore the Hidden Gem of Vancouver Island, now open year-round. Winner of BC’s Remarkable Experience Award and ranked #1. Explore this park in 3D – either hiking the beautiful rainforest Fossil Trail or venturing underground. Start your journey with a short discovery walk through the forest to reach the cave entrance. Here you’ll begin a fascinating subterranean experience. As you step away from the emerald forest and deeper into the cave, a new world of crystal formations, marbled surfaces and ancient fossils reveals itself. Test your personal limits using ramps, ladders and slides to navigate passages through a variety of caves. Feel the cool air. Listen to the sound of your guide’s voice, the steady drip of seeping surface water or the rumbling of an unexpected waterfall. Turn off your headlamp to heighten your senses and absorb the power of complete darkness. Spelunking feeds every appetite, from mild to wild. It’s an intense, wild and transformative adventure!
Emory Creek Campground is a beautiful, quiet and family run seasonal vacation camping location within the Emory Creek Provincial Park. Our spacious campsites provide a private and peaceful setting for each camper with trees and greenery surrounding each site. Expect a comfortable stay with well kept sites and several flush toilets throughout the ground. Our premium camp spots also offer a breathtaking view of the Fraser River and adjacent mountains. Whether you’re spending time sun tanning or swimming on the sandy, Emory Creek beach right next to the campsite, fishing for sturgeon on the Fraser, or just chatting with our friendly park staff, we ensure that you will enjoy your stay with us at Emory Creek Campground. You will also be able to purchase fire wood from any members of the park staff.
Senderismo, Parques y Áreas Silvestres, Zona de Acampar y Parques para Casas Rodantes
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E. C. Manning Provincial Park is a focus of outdoor recreation that is unique in British Columbia. Located in the heart of the Cascade Mountains, it is within a three hour drive from either the Lower Mainland (Vancouver) or the Okanagan. The climate and geography have combined to make this park an all-season recreation area. There are 4 provincial front-country campgrounds within the park, and multiple backcountry campsites. Within E.C. Manning Provincial Park, there are incredible hiking trails, and multi-purpose trails for biking, horseback riding, snowshoeing, cross-country ski and back-country trails in the winter. The park contains a large number of scenic, historic, floral and fauna attractions with opportunities for fishing, paddling and bird watching. E.C. Manning Park protects over 70 000 hectares of diversified terrain varying from the towering cedar rainforest of Sumallo Grove to the rare 2000+ year old Subalpine Larch forest on Mount Frosty.
E.C. Manning Provincial Park
Playas y Lagos, Parques y Áreas Silvestres
This is one of Vancouver’s most popular beaches offering panoramic views of downtown Vancouver, Burrard Inlet, and the North Shore Mountains. Surrounded by park land, restaurants, and beautiful people, it’s the quintessential Vancouver beach experience.
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Parson Community Recreation Park is a year-round recreation park. In summer, visitors play tennis, baseball, beach volleyball, shoot hoops on a half basketball court, and picnic. A regulation-sized skating rink and sledding hill is popular with families throughout the winter months. There is a warm-up building, outdoor picnic shelter, fire pit and lights for evening use of the rink.
Facilities: Public beach, day-use picnic area, flush toilets, change house. Location: Off Hwy 3, in the town of Christina Lake. Christina Lake has a reputation of being one of the warmest lakes in all of Canada and is very popular with families. With its 300 metres of fine sandy beach, people flock to this swimming destination in the summer months. There is no overnight camping at this location. The closest provincial park campground with overnight accommodation is Gladstone (Texas Creek campground), 10 km east of Christina Lake. Nearby provincial campgrounds that should be able to accommodate last-minute campers in July and August include Boundary Creek, Jewel Lake, and Nancy Greene.