ParksElectoral Area 'F' is home to both a Regional Park and a Provincial Park.
• Please be aware Black Bears and Cougars are sometimes encountered in the parks and need to be respected at all times.
CASCADE FALLS REGIONAL PARK
Cascade Falls Regional Park is 9.5 hectares. The Park's main attraction, Cascade Falls, drops an impressive 30 metres into a large pool.
DAVIS LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK
Davis Lake Provincial Park features a small warm-water lake, beaches and a scenic waterfall. The park represents unique ecology that is not commonly found in the Lower Mainland area, including a virtually pure western hemlock stand and prime bird habitat. The park was designated to Provincial Park status in 1963. Davis Lake Provincial Park is located in the traditional territory of the Stó:lō Nation.
Places of InterestMOUNT ST. BENEDICT
Mount St. Benedict is a great hike and it is also a flying site for paragliders. Mount St. Benedict reaches an elevation of 1036 metres. The West Coast Soaring Club enjoy this flying site.
|Paraglider's View from Mount St. Benedict: Photo by Rob Samplonius|
|Mount St. Benedict Hike: Photo by Chuck & Elaine Bernal|