List of provincial parks of the Lower Mainland

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The list of provincial parks of the Lower Mainland contains the provincial parks located within the geographical region in the province of British Columbia, Canada. This includes parks from the two regional districts of Fraser Valley and Metro Vancouver. The parks are run by BC Parks under the jurisdiction of the British Columbia Ministry of Environment.

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Parks[edit]

Fraser Valley Regional District[edit]

Name Established Commons category Picture Coordinates
Alexandra Bridge Provincial Park 1984-07-26 Alexandra Bridge (1926)
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49°42′N 121°24′W / 49.7°N 121.4°W / 49.7; -121.4
Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park 1965 Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park
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49°11′00″N 121°43′59″W / 49.1833°N 121.733°W / 49.1833; -121.733
Cascade Recreation Area 49°16′00″N 120°55′59″W / 49.2667°N 120.933°W / 49.2667; -120.933
Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park 1973
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49°02′30″N 121°24′40″W / 49.0417°N 121.411°W / 49.0417; -121.411
Chilliwack River Provincial Park 1961[1] 49°04′48″N 121°53′10″W / 49.08°N 121.886°W / 49.08; -121.886
Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park 1986-05-15 Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park
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49°22′13″N 121°22′08″W / 49.3703°N 121.369°W / 49.3703; -121.369
Coquihalla River Provincial Park 1986 49°27′40″N 121°15′36″W / 49.461°N 121.26°W / 49.461; -121.26
Cultus Lake Provincial Park 1948-02-10
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49°02′11″N 121°58′28″W / 49.036388888889°N 121.97444444444°W / 49.036388888889; -121.97444444444
Davis Lake Provincial Park 1963 Davis Lake Provincial Park
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49°18′00″N 122°13′59″W / 49.3°N 122.233°W / 49.3; -122.233
E. C. Manning Provincial Park 1941 Manning Park
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49°04′00″N 120°46′59″W / 49.0667°N 120.783°W / 49.0667; -120.783
Emory Creek Provincial Park 1956 49°31′00″N 121°25′01″W / 49.5167°N 121.417°W / 49.5167; -121.417
F. H. Barber Provincial Park 1978 49°18′50″N 121°38′06″W / 49.314°N 121.6349°W / 49.314; -121.6349
Ferry Island Provincial Park 1963[2] 49°12′06″N 121°46′53″W / 49.2017°N 121.7815°W / 49.2017; -121.7815
Kilby Provincial Park 1973-08-28 Kilby Store and Farm
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49°14′15″N 121°57′40″W / 49.2375°N 121.961°W / 49.2375; -121.961
Mehatl Creek Provincial Park 1997 50°03′00″N 122°01′59″W / 50.05°N 122.033°W / 50.05; -122.033
Nicolum River Provincial Park 1956[3] 49°22′00″N 121°20′31″W / 49.3667°N 121.342°W / 49.3667; -121.342
Rolley Lake Provincial Park February 3, 1961[4] 49°14′35″N 122°23′13″W / 49.243°N 122.387°W / 49.243; -122.387
Sasquatch Provincial Park 1968
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49°21′N 121°42′W / 49.35°N 121.7°W / 49.35; -121.7
Silver Lake Provincial Park February 1964[5] 49°19′00″N 121°24′00″W / 49.3167°N 121.4°W / 49.3167; -121.4
Skagit Valley Provincial Park 1973 Skagit Valley Provincial Park 49°07′00″N 121°10′01″W / 49.1167°N 121.167°W / 49.1167; -121.167

Metro Vancouver[edit]

# Name Established Commons category Picture Coordinates
1 Apodaca Provincial Park 49°21′16″N 123°20′23″W / 49.3545°N 123.3398°W / 49.3545; -123.3398
2 Cypress Provincial Park 1975 Cypress Provincial Park
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49°23′30″N 123°12′47″W / 49.3917°N 123.213°W / 49.3917; -123.213
3 Golden Ears Provincial Park 1967-12-14 Golden Ears Provincial Park
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49°28′00″N 122°27′00″W / 49.4667°N 122.45°W / 49.4667; -122.45
4 Indian Arm Provincial Park 1995
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49°26′00″N 122°52′00″W / 49.43333333°N 122.86666667°W / 49.43333333; -122.86666667
5 Mount Seymour Provincial Park 1936
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49°23′06″N 122°56′06″W / 49.385°N 122.935°W / 49.385; -122.935
6 Peace Arch Park Peace Arch Park
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49°00′00″N 122°45′25″W / 49°N 122.757°W / 49; -122.757
7 Pinecone Burke Provincial Park 49°23′36″N 122°42′25″W / 49.3933°N 122.707°W / 49.3933; -122.707

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