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Took the family to Deas Island. We had a great walk around the island, wish we brought a rugged stroller for our 2 year old, as she needed carrying at times. Lots of shade, yet some beautiful flowers in some of the clearings. Our oldest...More
It was a sunny but cold day, which made it a nice walk around Deas Island. It’s a flat loop so took us about an hour to leisurely walk around. You can also paddle there. The nicest part was everyone on the trail was very...More
I decided to cycle to the park from my place, taking back roads and trails. It has some walking trails, located along the fraser river and has restrooms, picnic areas and tables. There is also a dock and a rowing club that practices here. There...More
I did some research prior to going to this park. One piece of history is the greek fellow who resided here, did so with his Songhee First Nation wife. Eventually the fellow changed his last name, as he was an illegal immigrant, and became John...More
Nice spot to walk good trails very well groomed you can bring family and have a bbq or rent out the Church on site for weddings we went and had or wedding photos done in the park.
Dogs must be on leash
River fishing in season. see d.f.o. regulations ,
River fishing for salmon in season,, see D. F. O.regulations, best times july. aug ,
Bird watching for eagles etc , best in February march.
Some camping is available to clubs
tables are available for...More
In years past we have enjoyed coming to this park and just walking along the trails and having meaningful conversation. Different options exist for the trails, which are clearly marked out. This park also a great place for a riverside picnic when the weather is...More