If you’re an outdoor enthusiast looking for new adventures to have this spring, tune in. While some of these BC parks are technically open year-round, their main operating seasons begin this March. So let’s dive in!

Here are the provincial parks that are open to campers and hikers starting this month.

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Here are all of the provincial parks that reopen for the season this March:

  • Alice Lake Park (March 15th)
  • Miracle Beach Park (March 1st)
  • Kekuli Bay Park (March 27th)
  • Montague Harbour Marine Park (March 15th)
  • Okanagan Lake Park (March 27th)
  • Rathtrevor Beach Park (March 9th)
  • Ruckle Park (March 15th)
  • Fintry Park group site (March 15th)
  • Goldstream Park (March 15th)
  • Duu Guusd Heritage Site/Conservancy (March 15th)
  • Ellison Park (March 27th)
  • Vaseux Lake Park (March 27th)
  • Bear Creek Park (March 27th)
  • Sasquatch Park – Hicks Lake and Lakeside (Deer Lake) Campgrounds (March 28th)
  • Cultus Lake Park (March 28th)
  • Golden Ears Park (March 1st and 28th)

And there you have it, outdoor enthusiasts. You’ve officially got more options to explore starting this month! So check out some BC parks and new wilderness trails this March.