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There are around 900 Marine Parks, Regional Parks, Provincial Parks, National Parks, Conservancies, Protected Areas, and Ecological Reserves in British Columbia, Canada. Select from the links below to view a list of parks and trails in BC: Vancouver Island and the BC Gulf Islands, Vancouver and the Coast Mountains, Thompson Okanagan, Kootenay Rockies, the Cariboo, Chilcotin and Coast region, Northern B.C. and Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands).

Parks in British Columbia
No matter where you travel and which way you turn in British Columbia there will always be a fabulous park nearby: a welcoming wilderness for those seeking the solitude and tranquility of the great outdoors.

Trails in British Columbia
Trails criss-cross all of British Columbia, accommodating hikers, bikers and horse riders. Hiking trails meander through rural valleys and extend deep into the rugged wilderness of this beautiful region.

Provincial Park Campgrounds
Information on BC provincial park campgrounds, including frequently asked questions, campsite reservation policies and fees, and how to reserve a provincial park campsite, either online or by telephone.

Lakes in British Columbia
British Columbians take great pride in their rivers and lakes - with good reason! Few places on earth can boast such a rich endowment of fresh water - over 700 lakes and 1,000 rivers, streams and creeks.

Rivers in British Columbia
BC boasts thousands of rivers, creeks and streams, the majority of which are clear, pristine waterways in remote wilderness, providing excellent fishing, canoeing, kayaking and whitewater rafting.

Nuk Tessli Alpine Experience, Tweedsmuir Provincial Park

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