This comprehensive overview of Regional Parks’ activities includes the business and strategic priorities, land acquisitions, accomplishments, partnerships, donations and budget.
Brooks Point Regional Park Management Plan
The management plan for this park on South Pender Island was updated in 2014.
Cultural History of Three Regional Parks - Mill Hill, Thetis Lake and Francis/King
This report outlines the history of the people associated with the land now within the boundaries of Mill Hill, Thetis Lake and Francis/King regional parks.
Everyone's Parks and Trails: A Universal Access Plan for CRD Parks
This plan identifies an integrated approach to providing facilities and services to the widest possible range of visitors to regional parks and trails, including visitors with disabilities.
The Capital Regional District recognizes geocaching as a recreational activity in regional parks and trails. The guidelines encourage geocaching as a low impact and healthy activity in regional parks and trails while ensuring that geocaching participants respect the ecological sensitivity of park environments and the safety and needs of other park users.
Guide to User-friendly Trails
A Guide to User-Friendly Trails is a pilot project developed through a partnership between CRD Regional Parks, the Intermunicipal Advisory Committee on Disability Issues (IACDI) and West Shore Parks & Recreation. It is a publication of easy-to-use trails to walk, wheel and hike in the outdoors in Greater Victoria.
Gulf Islands Regional Trails Management Plan
The Capital Regional District developed a Regional Trails Plan for Galiano, Mayne, North and South Pender, Salt Spring and Saturna Islands.
Regional Parks Strategic Plan 2012-2021
This plan sets the direction for regional parks and trails over the next decade and beyond. It defines the long-term ‘big picture’ framework for our regional parks' system.
Regional Trails Management Plan
The Regional Trails Management Plan (2016) guides decision-making, priority setting, and budget planning for the Galloping Goose Regional Trail, the Lochside Regional Trail and the E&N Rail Trail - Humpback Connector and future regional trails.
This survey collected information about residents’ use of regional parks and trails, their satisfaction, as well as their opinions about priorities for conservation, recreation and funding. The survey results help guide staff in planning and service delivery.
Sea to Sea Management Plan
A management plan for four connected park units located within a larger system of protected areas known as the Sea to Sea Green Blue Belt: Ayum Creek, Kapoor, Sea to Sea, and Sooke Potholes.