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(cover photo: Boya Lake / Destination BC)

Trails Built with a Purpose, For the People

Posted on February 21, 2017
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Categories: Community Event | Volunteers

Tags: Recreation

BC Parks guest blog post by Dudley Coulter, North Okanagan Cycling Society   Not much of a ‘shoulder season’ in Vernon provides ample opportunity for trail development... There... Read More

Guide: 2017 Reservation Open Dates (in a 4 Month Rolling Window)

Posted on December 23, 2016
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Categories: Camping Reservation

Tags: Camping

Please reference this list to find out when your favourite BC Parks frontcountry campground is available to book reservations, on a new 4-month rolling reservation window! Reservable campsites... Read More

Discover Camping Changes for the 2017 Camping Season!

Posted on December 22, 2016
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Categories: Camping Reservation

Tags: Camping

British Columbians love camping and they are passionate about their parks! Changes to the BC Parks Discover Camping Reservation Service for the 2017 season aim to improve fair access for everyone... Read More

BC Parks and the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup: 2016

Posted on December 16, 2016
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Categories: Community Event | Volunteers

Tags: Shoreline Cleanup

2016 was BC Parks’ fifth year partnering to support the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup as a Conservation Supporter. We are happy to report that it was a successful year with community groups as... Read More

Rathtrevor Beach Provincial Park – making the shoreline more resilient to climate change

Posted on December 13, 2016
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Categories: Conservation

Tags: Conservation Project

If you go to Rathtrevor Beach Provincial Park’s main parking lot area and follow the trail to the beach you may be surprised to learn that just a few months ago, there was a 650 m long, >1 m... Read More

 

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