Tynehead Park provides a beautiful setting where you can enjoy a leisurely walk through various trails and explore nature while discovering the wildlife that lives in the park.
With 260 hectares of rolling meadows,forests, and waterways, Tynehead Regional Park is nature’s oasis within the city. Managed by the GVRD, the park is on the banks of the Serpentine River headwaters that are among the best spawning and rearing habitats for trout and salmon. Picnic areas, scenic trails, fish hatchery butterfly garden and salmon fry pond all add to the adventure of discovery. This park also provides ideal habitat for owls, hawks, and coyotes.
Trails vary in length from a short 10 minute walk, to a more lengthy trail of nearly two kilometres that is sure to occupy you for an hour or more, there is even a wheelchair accessible trail. There is truly something for everybody including your four legged friend with the off-leash area, perfect for the enjoyment of both you and your dog.