Events

No matter what your age, CRD Regional Parks has a nature outing and event for you - for every season. Join a park interpreter for a guided walk, hike, drop-in event or canoe adventure. See the calendar for an outing and event that piques your natural curiosity.

Regional Park Maps

Printer-friendly Park Maps

Volunteering for Regional Parks

Regional Parks Volunteer Services program provides opportunities for you to be involved in preservation and enjoyment of regional parks and trails.

Parks Library

CRD Regional Parks protects and manages more than 13,000 hectares of spectacular and easily accessible natural areas in 33 regional parks and trails in the Capital Regional District.

Legacy Program: Where Gifts Grow

Be involved today by planting seeds for the future. Explore the vision of your legacy with Regional Parks.

Land Acquisition Fund

The CRD acquires land through the Regional Parks Land Acquisition Fund. Funds are generated through a residential property tax.

Alerts & Notices

  • Fire danger rating is Moderate, take extreme care in parks and natural areas #crdparks

    Fires (except in campgrounds) and smoking are prohibited at all CRD regional parks and trails #BCwildfire Learn more >>
  • Mt Work - Hartland Easy Rider Trail closed Mon-Fri, open on weekends #crdparks

    Trail closed during construction of new Technical Training Area

        
  • Restoration Underway at Thetis Lake Former Pistol Range Site off Highland Road #crdparks

    Park visitors and neighbours are asked to use caution around trucks and heavy equipment travelling through the area hauling organic materials for site restoration. Read more>>

Island View Beach Management Plan 

Regional Parks is updating the Management Plan for Island View Beach Regional Park. Read more >>

Draft Regional Trails Management Plan

Tell us what you think! Review the Draft Regional Trails Management Plan and provide feedback. Read more >>

Blue-green Algae Advisory Lifted at Elk/Beaver Lake

The blue-green algae advisory has been lifted at Elk/Beaver Lake Regional Park. Read more >>

Learn blue-green algae facts in this video and podcast.