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Aldergrove Regional ParkAldergrove Regional ParkAldergrove Regional Park<div class="ExternalClass48F0DC48B4EA4EC2B32A90B80D637910"><p>Aldergrove Regional Park conserves a variety of habitats from grassy meadows to deciduous forest, home for a variety of organisms, from tiny inver​​tebrates to large mammals. Its wetlands are important habitat for amphibians, waterfowl, fish, and mammals. Here, you can experience nature, agricultural landscapes and spectacular views of Mount Baker along the trails on foot, bicycle, or horseback. There are several picnic areas and a nature discovery area especially designed for children to play in and to explore nature.<br></p> ​​<br></div>219434737https://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/PublishingImages/ALDBowltrailhead.gif, https://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/PublishingImages/ALDBowltrailhead.gif https://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/PublishingImages/ALDBowltrailhead.gif

 

 

Aldergrove Regional ParkGP0|#732f01c7-3203-4080-a710-fd3875d80b73;L0|#0732f01c7-3203-4080-a710-fd3875d80b73|Picnic Area;GTSet|#850077c1-afb0-49c9-a133-2c3df22499e4;GP0|#9168a339-38e5-4aa0-ab69-3ac40bd467ab;L0|#09168a339-38e5-4aa0-ab69-3ac40bd467ab|Picnic Shelter;GTSet|#850077c1-afb0-49c9-a133-2c3df22499e4;GP0|#49cdde70-26fc-4a04-9515-0e4912543f4c;L0|#049cdde70-26fc-4a04-9515-0e4912543f4c|Reservable;GTSet|#850077c1-afb0-49c9-a133-2c3df22499e4;GP0|#fa3273cc-c453-47fa-a061-f6d8afc45766;L0|#0fa3273cc-c453-47fa-a061-f6d8afc45766|Dog Leash Required Trails;GTSet|#850077c1-afb0-49c9-a133-2c3df22499e4;GP0|#bc4abe17-6ec0-4066-a930-9e9dbd6e274a;L0|#0bc4abe17-6ec0-4066-a930-9e9dbd6e274a|Leash Optional Area;GTSet|#850077c1-afb0-49c9-a133-2c3df22499e4;GP0|#dee15a63-f74f-4991-9d95-b4b5f6a64db6;L0|#0dee15a63-f74f-4991-9d95-b4b5f6a64db6|Accessible;GTSet|#850077c1-afb0-49c9-a133-2c3df22499e4;GP0|#64d8e368-ff10-4512-9ac8-def76589bfee;L0|#064d8e368-ff10-4512-9ac8-def76589bfee|View Point;GTSet|#850077c1-afb0-49c9-a133-2c3df22499e4;GP0|#f13529c2-2686-441a-b641-b8576291b5c2;L0|#0f13529c2-2686-441a-b641-b8576291b5c2|Equestrian Facilities;GTSet|#850077c1-afb0-49c9-a133-2c3df22499e4;GP0|#7aebeebc-f12c-4589-b083-7f1578a03fd8;L0|#07aebeebc-f12c-4589-b083-7f1578a03fd8|Horse Unloading;GTSet|#850077c1-afb0-49c9-a133-2c3df22499e4;GP0|#74c003f7-48df-4669-b49a-68ae0eb29e0f;L0|#074c003f7-48df-4669-b49a-68ae0eb29e0f|Drinking Water;GTSet|#850077c1-afb0-49c9-a133-2c3df22499e4;GP0|#25080aaf-eb40-4ba1-a9d6-c0915c7e6d38;L0|#025080aaf-eb40-4ba1-a9d6-c0915c7e6d38|Washroom;GTSet|#850077c1-afb0-49c9-a133-2c3df22499e4;GP0|#8806b9f9-bc47-443d-8468-291f20148342;L0|#08806b9f9-bc47-443d-8468-291f20148342|No Drones;GTSet|#850077c1-afb0-49c9-a133-2c3df22499e4;GP0|#f4ee7931-9950-4038-b596-e35db33f6632;L0|#0f4ee7931-9950-4038-b596-e35db33f6632|No Smoking;GTSet|#850077c1-afb0-49c9-a133-2c3df22499e4;GP0|#d677eaff-32ed-4b18-af05-2a6093c728bb;L0|#0d677eaff-32ed-4b18-af05-2a6093c728bb|No Campfires;GTSet|#850077c1-afb0-49c9-a133-2c3df22499e4;GP0|#e900c976-880a-460f-a0c7-f20f7ef056f6;L0|#0e900c976-880a-460f-a0c7-f20f7ef056f6|No Fishing;GTSet|#850077c1-afb0-49c9-a133-2c3df22499e415.16.87<div class="ExternalClass8C53FCAEAD954DF98A7920BF769EB379"><p><strong>February 6 </strong><strong>–</strong><strong> March 7:</strong><strong> </strong>7:00 am – 6:00 pm<br><strong>​</strong><strong>March 8 – April 1:</strong><strong> </strong>7:00 am – 8​:00 pm​​​</p></div><div class="ExternalClassCBB8A1420CB54CCBADA66D7958CC925B"><p> <span aria-hidden="true"></span>​There are a ​​number of trails in Aldergrove Regional Park, including: <br></p><ul><li><p>Rock 'n Horse Trail is 6.75 km with some steep sections, sharp curves and lovely viewpoints. Expect equestrians, cyclists, joggers and hikers sharing the trail. <br></p></li><li><p>Pepin Brook Trail is a 3.5 km loop <span aria-hidden="true"></span>– flat and rolling with some steep sections. Pepin Brook is home to a variety of wildlife including 3 species at risk (Salish sucker, Nooksack dace and Pacific water shrew). By keeping your dog leashed and out of the water, you help protect the park wildlife. Thanks! <br></p></li><li><p>The Nature Discovery Loop is 500m long. It goes through open fields, next to a wetland, and has lovely vistas. This trail is a great place where to explore nature. Note – pets are not allowed on the Nature Discovery Loop.<br></p></li></ul><p>To see all the trail​​​s in the park, click <a href="/services/regional-parks/Documents/aldergrove-park-map.pdf" target="_blank">here</a> to see the park map.</p></div><div class="ExternalClassFD327DF232F54B4B80782A280EA62B53"><div><div><p>​Most of the cycling is on Rock'n Horse Trail. It has steep sections and sharp corners. Expect to encounter horses, joggers and hikers around the blind corners of the trail. Please go slow and talk with other trail users to discuss how to pass each other in a way that is courteous and safe for all. Horses, being prey animals, are easily startled by sudden and fast app​roaches and that can endanger their riders.  Horses recognize human voices, so talk to the horse and rider to let the horse know you are not a threat. Cyclists should yield to pedestrians and equestrians.<br></p></div></div></div><div class="ExternalClassFE4C7303CACB4D3B8B5F8CE1BD31AF0A"><div><p>The Rock ‘n Horse Trail, is 6.75 km of shared trail open to equestrians, cyclist​s and pedestrians.  <br></p></div></div><div class="ExternalClass022C65666ACB4DA9A874885E5A6421E2"><p>Dogs must be under control at all times. Please keep dogs leashed throughout the park, ex​​​cept in the off-leash area located in the north east section of the​​ park. Check park map or signs for details. Please scoop your dog's poop and dispose of it properly. </p><p>​Pets are not allowe​​d in the Nature Discovery Area or on the Nature Discovery Loop.</p><p> <a href="/services/regional-parks/dogs-in-regional-parks">More on dogs in ​​​​Metro Vancouver re​gional parks ...</a></p></div><div class="ExternalClass7762125C87D44FE49FF5C8CA9F755CBB"><ul><li> <a href="/services/regional-parks/facility/blacktail-picnic-shelter">Blacktail pi​cnic shelter</a><br></li><li> <a href="/services/regional-parks/facility/aldergrove-bowl">Alderg​rove Bowl</a> </li><li> <a href="/services/regional-parks/facility/camp-elkgrove">Camp Elkgrove</a></li></ul></div><div class="ExternalClass24D27DF5F1C842CE916AC54CE7184FAC"><div><p>​The Marsh Pond at Aldergrove Bowl is closed to fishing and stocking to protect native animals living there. Fishing lines, hooks and non-native fish damage wetland habitat and endanger native wildlife. This provincial regulation became effective April 01, 2017 and is included in the Freshwater Fishing Regulations Synopsis.</p></div></div><div class="ExternalClass16C84D40040646FF942B9ED9CDE32778"><div><p>​Parking for horse trailers can be accomodated at the Equestrian Trailhead.<br></p></div></div><div class="ExternalClass7BFFAD8ABA8D43EAA43EC54424933434"><p>Prepa​​​re for your visit to a regional park before you leave home. <a href="/services/regional-parks/public-safety">more...</a></p></div><div class="ExternalClass4EA65EEAC4844F00966A8CBDD8918574"><div><div><div><p>South Langley Regional Trail runs between Aldergrove Regional Park and Campbell Valle​​y Regional Park. You can access the South Langley Regional Trail from the park's north west corner.<br></p><p class="mv-green-dark"><strong>Nature Discovery Area</strong>​</p><p>The Nature Discovery Area is ​​a place where children and their guardians connect with nature through play. It is specially landscaped with a climbing stump, a sandy play area, stepping stones, balance beams, a howling station, a place to build with sticks and a hill on which to roll down. Pets are not allowed in the Nature Discovery Area<br></p><p class="mv-green-dark"><strong>​Aldergrove Bowl: From Gravel Mine​​ to Scenic Parkland</strong></p><p>Aldergrove Bowl was a mined-out gravel pit in the 1990s. In 2000, landscaping was done ​​to create the parkland and wildlife habitat that you find here today.  Nutrifor™ biosolids were used, as part of the restoration, to build up and fertilize the soil to enhance plant growth. Now, the landscape includes a wildlife pond, grassland, tree groves, picnic areas and trails. Check the photo gallery to see pictures of Aldergrove Bowl and its restoration. <br></p></div></div></div></div><div class="ExternalClass82ED19A866B44CB7915BAE9BCF2C8BE1"><p>​ Aldergrove Regional Park is home to a variety of wildlife.  Never feed, disturb or approach wild​life, or leave any garbage behind.​<br></p></div><div class="ExternalClass8CC6B78E9B8E489BA91CB7D6334D38B1"> <p>The women's washroom at the Main day-use area is accessible, while the men's​ washroom is not fully wheelchair accessible (narrow passageway). Washrooms at Aldergrove Bowl are accessible.<br></p> <p>The loop trail​​s in and around the Nature Discovery Area are flat with firm surfaces. They are close to parking, washrooms, water, picnic tables and benches. </p><p>The Woodpecker L​​​oop is 530 m long, 2 m wide, with less than a 5% slope, and has a firm surface.</p><p>Marsh Loop- 700 m long, minimum width 1 m wide for 180 m, 180 m of the trails has a 9-11% slo​​pe, while the rest of the trail has a gentle grade. Part of the trail has a semi-firm surface while the rest is firm.<br></p><p>View Point Trail - is 220 m​​ long, 1.5 m wide, firm surface, with some areas with a 9-11% slope.<br></p></div><div class="ExternalClass2B9B6ADE68EC4973BC9D2DA4E5C4AE97"><p>​Fires are permitted ​only in the designated fire ring at <a href="/services/regional-parks/facility/blacktail-picnic-shelter">Blacktail Picnic Shelter</a>. First come, first served if not booked. ​Restrictions may apply e.g. wildfire season. </p><ul><li>Use only bundled firewood.</li><li>Stay with the fire at all times.</li><li>Extinguish the fire completely (30 minutes before park closes).</li></ul></div>https://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/management-plans, https://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/management-plans<div class="ExternalClass8161F49895CF443E98043B0E714F6DE4"> <p> <a href="/school-programs/regional-parks">School Field Trips Information </a><br><a href="/services/regional-parks/programs-for-groups">Workshops & Community Group Field Trips Information</a><span aria-hidden="true"></span></p> </div><div class="ExternalClassEC65C83AF0EC41F1BD7A77BAF4DC74A2"><p> <strong>Contact Us</strong></p><p>The calendar fills ​​quickly so please plan to register two months in advance of your preferred date. <a href="/school-programs/regional-parks">Book online</a> or call 604-432-6359 for more information. </p></div><div class="ExternalClass61734B513F764860BEAD2771039B113D"><div><p>To learn about ​​​​ways to get involved in regional parks, go to the Volunteering Opportunities <a href="/services/regional-parks/opportunities" target="_blank">webpage</a>.<br></p></div></div>

 

 

Aldergrove Bowl landscape at Aldergrove Regional Parkhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/Aldergrove001_jpg.jpgAldergrove Bowl landscape at Aldergrove Regional Park
Creating Aldergrove Bowl - from gravel mine to parkland and restored habitat in Aldergrove Regional Parkhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/Aldergrove005_jpg.jpgCreating Aldergrove Bowl - from gravel mine to parkland and restored habitat in Aldergrove Regional Park
Conserving habitat, sanctuary for wildlife, at Aldergrove Regional Parkhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/Fawn-in-Aldergrove-Regional-Park_jpg.jpgConserving habitat, sanctuary for wildlife, at Aldergrove Regional Park
Connecting people with nature through park interpretation programs at Aldergrove Regional Parkhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/Aldergroove004_JPG.jpgConnecting people with nature through park interpretation programs at Aldergrove Regional Park
Entrance to Nature Discovery Area, Aldergrove Regional Parkhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/ALD%20Nature%20Discovery%20Area_jpg.jpgEntrance to Nature Discovery Area, Aldergrove Regional Park
Nature Discovery Area, Aldergrove Regional Parkhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/Nature%20Discover%20Area%20Aldergrove%20Regional%20Park_jpeg.jpgNature Discovery Area, Aldergrove Regional Park
Picnic tables at Nature Discovery Area, Aldergrove Regional Parkhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/Nature-Discovery-Area-picnic-tables_jpg.jpgPicnic tables at Nature Discovery Area, Aldergrove Regional Park
Nature Discovery Loop at Aldergrove Regional Parkhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/ALDNatureDiscoveryLoop_jpg.jpgNature Discovery Loop at Aldergrove Regional Park
Aldergrove Regional Park is great for astronomy because of less city-light interference and more dark sky viewshttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/Aldergrove009_JPG.jpgAldergrove Regional Park is great for astronomy because of less city-light interference and more dark sky views
Helpers restoring wetlands in Aldergrove Regional Parkhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/Aldergrove010_JPG.jpgHelpers restoring wetlands in Aldergrove Regional Park
Cycling on Rock'n Horse Trail at Aldergrove Regional Parkhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/Aldergrove006_jpg.jpgCycling on Rock'n Horse Trail at Aldergrove Regional Park
Aldergrove Regional Park protects some wetlands that are home to the endangered Nooksack dacehttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/Aldergrove018_jpg.jpgAldergrove Regional Park protects some wetlands that are home to the endangered Nooksack dace
Langley Field Naturalists in Aldergrove Regional Park teaching children about native birdshttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/Aldergrove013_JPG.jpgLangley Field Naturalists in Aldergrove Regional Park teaching children about native birds
Interpreting the forest to children at Aldergrove Regional Parkhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/Aldergrove012_JPG.jpgInterpreting the forest to children at Aldergrove Regional Park
Pepin Brook at Aldergrove Regional Parkhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/Aldergrove017_jpg.jpgPepin Brook at Aldergrove Regional Park
Lots of on-leash dog walking areas in Aldergrove Regional Parkhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/Aldergrove014_JPG.jpgLots of on-leash dog walking areas in Aldergrove Regional Park
Horseback riding on Rock'n Horse Trail, Aldergrove Regional Parkhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/Aldergrove011_JPG.jpgHorseback riding on Rock'n Horse Trail, Aldergrove Regional Park
Dog off-leash area in Aldergrove Regional Parkhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/Aldergrove007_jpg.jpgDog off-leash area in Aldergrove Regional Park
Family event at Blacktail Picnic Shelter in Aldergrove Regional Parkhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/Aldergrove008_JPG.jpgFamily event at Blacktail Picnic Shelter in Aldergrove Regional Park
Loucks House in Aldergrove Regional Park, a heritage home built in 1909https://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/Aldergrove015_JPG.jpgLoucks House in Aldergrove Regional Park, a heritage home built in 1909

 

 

 

 

 

 

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