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Park Master Plans


The purpose of this master plan is to guide the expansion of backcountry recreational opportunities and the protection of the Lower Mainland's most important wilderness.

This Master Plan for Cypress Provincial Park has been prepared by BC Parks’ staff. This plan is based on the approved recommendations by Special Commissioner Bryan Williams and his advisors, as well as input from Cypress Bowl Recreations Ltd. (CBRL) staff, interest groups and the public. Information was received from the public by questionnaires, letters, public meetings and working group sessions.

The purpose of the plan amendment process is to revisit the management direction in the 1990 Garibaldi Provincial Park Master Plan and provide supplemental direction required to address management issues specifically affecting the Spearhead Area.

The master plan outlines the development and operation of Whistler Olympic Park.

The management plan for Tetrahedron Provincial Park issued in January 1997.

Say Nuth Khaw Yum, meaning “Serpent’s Land,” is located within the core of the traditional territory of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation, and has from time out of mind been an area of great significance to the Tsleil-Waututh people. For millennia, the Tsleil-
Waututh Nation has continuously utilized the land, water and resources of the entire area of Indian Arm.
Indian Arm Provincial Park is a Class A park named and described in Schedule D of the Protected Areas of British Columbia Act and is managed under the Park Act.

This management plan provides strategic direction for the long-term management of E. C. Manning Provincial Park and Cascade Recreation Area.

Widgeon Marsh Regional Park includes 621 hectares of wetland and forest in northeast Coquitlam and Electoral Area A. The management plan focuses on protecting and enhancing the park’s habitat, and creating opportunities for people to experience and appreciate the park’s ecology and landscape. The park concept provides a trail network with hiking and multi-use trails that connect four activity areas.