Here’s a full list of BC National Parks & Sites reopening on June 1st
This morning, Parks Canada announced that a ton of national parks in Canada will be reopening on June 1st. And, beautiful British Columbia is no exception. If you were thinking of getting out and about this June, then look no further than our own backyard.
In fact, 6 out of the 7 national parks in the province will be reopening, with the only exception being Haidi Gwaii. So whether you’re looking at Vancouver Island or the Rockies, there’s something out there for you. We’re not even that outdoorsy, but we’re giddy with excitement!
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Anyway, here’s the full list of BC National Parks reopening next week:
- Fort Langley National Historic Site
- Fort Rodd Hill and Fisgard Lighthouse National Historic Sites
- Glacier National Park
- Gulf Islands National Park Reserve
- Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site
- Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve
- Kootenay National Park
- Mount Revelstoke National Park
- Pacific Rim National Park Reserve
- Yoho National Park
We should mention that some historic sites will also be partially reopening on June 1st. So if you’re more into culture and history than the great outdoors, you’re in luck too! Nice, well we hope that this is the first step towards a fun summer exploring British Columbia.
If you’d like to learn more about the measures in place for BC National Parks reopening, click here!