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(cover photo: Boya Lake / Destination BC)

A person with a park operator uniform on standing at a railing beside a waterfall.

Park Operator Job Positions

Posted on May 3, 2022

Categories: BC Parks News

Tags: Park Operators

We are proud of the work of our park operators. They are at the heart of our customer service and park facility maintenance.   Park operators welcome the public, provide directions and...

Exploring Asian History in Provincial Parks

Posted on May 2, 2022

Categories: BC Parks News

Contributions of Asian Canadians are woven into B.C.’s landscape. As part of Asian Heritage Month, BC Parks wants to reflect on historic places found in provincial parks and protected areas. These...

Meet Bill and Bev Ramey – Kakwa Park Backcountry Hosts

Posted on April 26, 2022

Categories: BC Parks News

After eight years volunteering as backcountry hosts in Kakwa Provincial Park, Bev and Bill Ramey find it difficult to pick one of the multiple highlights of their experiences. When we spoke with...

Protected Area Management Effectiveness in the Muskwa Kechika  

Posted on April 19, 2022

Categories: BC Parks News

Around the world, protected area agencies are challenging the “paper parks” phenomenon – i.e., when new areas are designated as parks but receive little or no resources for implementation....

Two people setting up a tent.

BC Parks New Reservation Service

Posted on March 16, 2022

Categories: BC Parks News

At the core of our reservation service, is you – the camper. That’s why, after we heard from you that our reservation system wasn’t meeting your needs, we changed it. Here’s the thing -...


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