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BC Parks are slated to begin gradually re-open as of Thursday, May 14, 2020, with some restrictions. (Black Press Media file photo)

Many B.C. parks to re-open, but visitors must adhere to the ‘golden rules’

Residents urged to practise COVID-19 protocols as some outdoor recreation restrictions are relaxed

  • May 14, 2020
BC Parks are slated to begin gradually re-open as of Thursday, May 14, 2020, with some restrictions. (Black Press Media file photo)
Alouette Lake is a popular spot for boating, swimming, water-skiing, fishing, canoeing, windsurfing and more. (Submitted Photo/ Black Press Media Files)

Maple Ridge: Golden Ears Provincial Park is highly prized

Hikers, horseback riders, boaters and more flock to one of the biggest parks in B.C.

Alouette Lake is a popular spot for boating, swimming, water-skiing, fishing, canoeing, windsurfing and more. (Submitted Photo/ Black Press Media Files)
Snow capped mountains and beautiful sunshine make for a great day at Jerry Sulina Park in Maple Ridge. (Phil Melnychuk/ Black Press Media file photo)

Maple Ridge: You and your dog will love frolicking in this park

Jerry Sulina Park: Water access, an off-leash park and it’s a great start way to access dyke trails

Snow capped mountains and beautiful sunshine make for a great day at Jerry Sulina Park in Maple Ridge. (Phil Melnychuk/ Black Press Media file photo)
Kanaka Creek Regional Park features fish, waterfalls, sandstone and fun. (Black Press Media file photo)

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

Popular recreation area features a great rain-forest experience

Kanaka Creek Regional Park features fish, waterfalls, sandstone and fun. (Black Press Media file photo)