Kanaka Creek: Waterfalls, fish, sandstone and fun at this regional park

Popular recreation area features a great rain-forest experience

Sunset at Kanaka Creek Regional Park. (Vivian Kapusta/ Black Press Media contributor)

Sunset at Kanaka Creek Regional Park. (Vivian Kapusta/ Black Press Media contributor)

Kanaka Creek Regional Park is an extremely popular area.

Name after Hawaiian settlers who were some of the original construction workers at Fort Langley, the park is a coastal rain forest with beautiful waterfalls and sandstone cliffs.

Salmon-watching is popular at the park’s fish-fence and hatchery.

The park remains open, but with some restrictions, during the COVID-19 crisis. Check this website for more information.

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