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(cover photo: Boya Lake / Destination BC)
Six years ago, Kirby Villeneuve was invited to experience the excitement brewing at BC Parks’ first bike park at the Alice Lake Provincial Park campground. Located near the playground, the... Read More
Have you heard of Parks Day? This annual event is celebrated on the third Saturday of July in every province and territory across Canada. Thousands of people come together to participate in fun,... Read More
Guest post by Mary-Ann Bell / The Camping & RV Coalition Camping season is upon us! Temperatures are heating up and the kids are almost out of school, which is a perfect combination for... Read More
On June 16, BC Parks unveiled the first playground with universally accessible features in Northern B.C. at Purden Lake Provincial Park. To celebrate, kids and adults were invited to come explore,... Read More
BC Parks has a long and storied history: the first provincial park (Strathcona) was officially designated a park in 1911, and since then this number has grown to over 1,000 parks and protected... Read More