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Trail closures and detours at Mud BayTrail closures and detours at Mud Bay<div class="ExternalClass943271A9284645CF94CDB2A1DE94F7CD"><div><p>Some trail sections at Mud Bay (at the eastern end of the Boundary Bay Dyke Tra​​il) are temporarily closed, but detour routes are in place. Construction work is underway for upgrading the dykes (<a href="https://www.surrey.ca/services-payments/water-drainage-sewer/flood-control-and-prevention/coastal-flood-adaptation-projects/colebrook-dyke-upgrades">Colebrook Dyke Projects</a>) and improving flood protection (<a href="https://www.surrey.ca/services-payments/water-drainage-sewer/flood-control-and-prevention/coastal-flood-adaptation-projects/mud-bay">Mud Bay Nature-based Foreshore Enhancements</a>). For more information, see <a href="https://www.surrey.ca/services-payments/water-drainage-sewer/flood-control-and-prevention/coastal-flood-adaptation-projects/mud-bay#notification">details on construction activity</a>, contact the City of Surrey at 604-591-4253, or email <a href="mailto:EngWebmail@surrey.ca" target="_blank">​EngWebmail@surrey.ca</a>.<br></p></div></div>Boundary Bay Regional Park
Boardwalk remains CLOSED. Repair plans underway. Boardwalk remains CLOSED. Repair plans underway. <div class="ExternalClass7BC449D366FE495BB0822F38E78207A6"><p>The boardwalk linking Raptor Trail with 12th Ave Dyke Trail was damaged in winter storms and will remain closed until further notice. Please ​​follow posted safety signs. Although significant trail repairs and clean-up have already been completed, the process to fully repair the boardwalk may take at least a year (time estimates below). Thanks for your patience.<br></p><p>Late 2023 to spring 2024: Obtain permit from the B.C. Archaeology Branch (can take 8 - 12 months; application submitted May 3, 2023)</p><p>Spring 2024 to fall 2024: Conduct repair work provided permitting is received from P​rovincial authorities in ​time to meet bird nesting, and other environmental conditions.​<br></p></div>Boundary Bay Regional Park
Dyke Trail closure starts March 4Dyke Trail closure starts March 4<div class="ExternalClassBE6F6AC2A0DF4A22AEE5505B63C8C950"><div><p>The section of Dyke Trail from 72 Street to 88 Street will be closed starting Monday, March 4 for dyke improvements. This construction work is expected to take about two months. Visitors should plan alternate routes or be prepared to retrace their steps. Please follow posted safety signs and directions from traffic controllers. For more information about this work, call the City of Delta at 604-946-4141. For information about Boundary Bay Regional Park, call 604-520-6442.<br></p></div></div>Boundary Bay Regional Parksts4s://metrovancouver.org/attachmentUrl=https://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/Lists/ParkAdvisories/Attachments/1337/BOU dyke improvements MAP_Mar2024_rev1.pdf
Intermittent beach closures to remove debris, starting April 15Intermittent beach closures to remove debris, starting April 15<div class="ExternalClass9CD8D8AC07874FC2949590064B90A45D"><p>Removal of logs and large woody debris washed up on the beach by winter storms will require some closures. This work will begin the week of April 15 and is expected to take about a week. Visitors should expect sections of the park’s main beach to be temporarily closed; and to see large equipment to be on site. Please follow posted safety signs and directions from work crew. For more information, call 604-520-6442.<br></p></div>Boundary Bay Regional Parksts4s://metrovancouver.org/attachmentUrl=https://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/Lists/ParkAdvisories/Attachments/1346/BOU beach & dyke trail cleanup MAP_2024.pdf

 

 

Boundary Bay Regional ParkBoundary Bay Regional ParkBoundary Bay Regional Park<div class="ExternalClass417DC3041E974498969FA5B2BD7957BE"><p>Sandy beach and tidal fla​ts draw crowds in the summer. But Boundary Bay is a great place to explore year round, whether on the trails near Centennial Beach or on the wide open Dyke Trail with its big views. <br></p></div>646178652https://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/PublishingImages/Shorebirds.jpg, https://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/PublishingImages/Shorebirds.jpg https://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/PublishingImages/Shorebirds.jpg

 

 

Boundary Bay Regional ParkGP0|#732f01c7-3203-4080-a710-fd3875d80b73;L0|#0732f01c7-3203-4080-a710-fd3875d80b73|Picnic Area;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|#9168a339-38e5-4aa0-ab69-3ac40bd467ab;L0|#09168a339-38e5-4aa0-ab69-3ac40bd467ab|Picnic Shelter;GTSet|#850077c1-afb0-49c9-a133-2c3df22499e4;GP0|#2e3f5e5d-f72a-4278-b23e-25e6ce7b4d51;L0|#02e3f5e5d-f72a-4278-b23e-25e6ce7b4d51|Transit;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|#edff50ab-7203-4730-bf87-d4a3d6b74e9a;L0|#0edff50ab-7203-4730-bf87-d4a3d6b74e9a|Beach;GTSet|#850077c1-afb0-49c9-a133-2c3df22499e4;GP0|#a6e808ff-8573-4b8f-abcf-414d14d7857f;L0|#0a6e808ff-8573-4b8f-abcf-414d14d7857f|Swimming (unsupervised);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|#aff58497-abe6-4ae6-92bb-4757a8488aff;L0|#0aff58497-abe6-4ae6-92bb-4757a8488aff|Viewing Tower;GTSet|#850077c1-afb0-49c9-a133-2c3df22499e4;GP0|#814efeb2-a896-4e5d-81d9-c57337f0a14d;L0|#0814efeb2-a896-4e5d-81d9-c57337f0a14d|Heritage Site/Building;GTSet|#850077c1-afb0-49c9-a133-2c3df22499e4;GP0|#074e9b20-8623-4996-9eff-66ee300be8ee;L0|#0074e9b20-8623-4996-9eff-66ee300be8ee|Interpretive Exhibit;GTSet|#850077c1-afb0-49c9-a133-2c3df22499e4;GP0|#b3561b9b-bb45-4d94-aaf1-fb7c2850b82d;L0|#0b3561b9b-bb45-4d94-aaf1-fb7c2850b82d|Seasonal Concession;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|#70392679-dfee-4e9d-bf09-1d1130b55744;L0|#070392679-dfee-4e9d-bf09-1d1130b55744|Electric Vehicle Station;GTSet|#850077c1-afb0-49c9-a133-2c3df22499e4;GP0|#8946bb8d-1b99-4dd2-a9e9-0c2f376c8be6;L0|#08946bb8d-1b99-4dd2-a9e9-0c2f376c8be6|Playground;GTSet|#850077c1-afb0-49c9-a133-2c3df22499e423.717.520.2<div class="ExternalClassFFA06231A5224B92B32EF56B0D1FDD89"><p> <strong></strong><strong>April 2 to June 3:</strong> 7:00 am – 9:00 pm​​<br><strong>June 4 to September 2</strong><strong>:</strong> 7:00 am –<strong>​</strong> 10:00 pm<br></p></div><div class="ExternalClassEB802712E4CD4C4D9A041BA227D88695"><p>​There are a number of trails in Boundary Bay Regional Park, including: ​​<br></p><ul><li>Savannah & Raptor trails create a network of flat, pedestrian-only routes (about 4 km return from Centennial Beach). Winding between Wildlife Reserves and Dune Protection Areas, the habitat variety along these trails make great wildife viewing. By keeping your dog leashed and out of sensitive habitats, you help protect park wildlife. Thanks!<br></li><li>Dyke Trail is 17 km from 17A Ave to Mud Bay (34 km return) and has spectacular views of Boundary Bay. This flat trail is shared with cyclists and equestrians and has multiple access points (parking regulations are strictly enforced). Farm vehicles also use the trail; please move aside to let them pass. <br></li></ul><div> <br> </div><p>To see all the tr​​ails in the park, click <a href="/services/regional-parks/Documents/boundary-bay-park-map.pdf">here</a> to see the park map.<br></p></div><div class="ExternalClass214A0745B19C4C03B91F566516857556"><p>For visitors arriving by bicycle, bike racks are located at Centennial Beach near the washroom building. ​12 Ave Dyke Trail (Centennial Beach to 12 Ave) is a shared trail for cycling and hiking. Cyclists yield to pedestrians.</p><p>Dyke Trail (17A Ave to Mud Bay Park) a shared trail for cycling, hiking and horseback riding. Pedestrians yield to equestrians; cyclists yield to pedestrians and equestrians. All visitors yield to farm vehicles.​<br></p><p>Cycling is not permitted on any pedestrian-only trails.<br></p></div><div class="ExternalClass96A70EE71A794DD8AA22DD8FB8205FB4"><p>Horse riding is permitted on Boundary Bay Dyke Trail between 17A Ave and Mud Bay and the trail is shared with cyclists and hikers. Pedestrians yield to equestrians; cyclists yield to pedestrians and equestrians. All visitors yield to farm vehicles<br></p><p>Equestrians are not permitted between 12th Ave and Centennial Beach.<br></p></div><div class="ExternalClass8398833AE555458CA9FB0627F4769A57"> <p>Please give farm vehic​les the right-of-way on the Boundary Bay Dyke Trail. Stand to the side of the dyke, off the travelled surface, to let farm vehicles pass, so farmers can continue their work to produce food for all of us.</p></div><div class="ExternalClass7992032A1A2046E6A60E230861DB1FBD"><p>Because of sensitive bird habitat around the park, dogs must be on leash throughout this regiona​​l park. Check signs for details. Please scoop your dog's poop and dispose of it properly.<br></p><p> <a href="/services/regional-parks/dogs-in-regional-parks">More on dogs in Me​tro Van​​​couver regional parks ...</a></p></div><div class="ExternalClass83F98A99BC6D48BF91A089BB4803ED03"><div class="ExternalClass0F9F07038DF84A579F6154088391FE9F"><ul><li><div><div><a href="/services/regional-parks/facility/cammidge-house">Cammidge House</a><br><div>This historic building is typical of farmhouses from the early 1900s. It wa​s re-located to the park and restoration was completed in 1999.<br></div></div></div></li></ul><ul><li><div><div><a href="/services/regional-parks/facility/centennial-beach-picnic-shelters">Picnic Shelters</a> <br></div></div></li></ul></div><ul><li><div><div><a href="/services/regional-parks/facility/centennial-beach" target="_blank">Centennial Beach </a><br></div></div></li></ul></div><div class="ExternalClass63A03CB4F7004012B8BF9D8D535D787E"><div><p>​Boundary Bay R​egional Park is accessible by transit. <a href="https://www.translink.ca/" target="_blank">More info</a><br></p></div></div><div class="ExternalClass7BFFAD8ABA8D43EAA43EC54424933434"><p><a href="/services/regional-parks/public-safety">Prepare for your visit​​ to a regional park before you leave home.​</a><br></p></div><div class="ExternalClassABAE5C4866154358BEE6663B5E1A5519">An internationally recognized Important Bird Area, Boundary Bay Regional Park is a critical rest stop for thousands of birds using the Pacific Flyway migration route.<br></div><div class="ExternalClass8ABC8760A83745248906080ABE5852A0"><p>Concession at Centennial Beach is closed for the season.​<br></p></div><div class="ExternalClass58DCA73BAB9D479DAF04E10F8BA26783"> <div class="ExternalClassDC5E1F4280C74AC7B1855EC3B0277A16"><p>The Centennial Beach washrooms, changerooms and concession are wheelchair accessible. In addition, there a​​re several wheelchair accessible picnic tables, a playground and parking. </p><p>From May to Septe​​mber, a blue beachmat walkway provides access to the beach environme​​nt.</p><p>The viewing platform at the w​​​est end of the 12th Avenue dyke can also be accessed by wheelchair users.<br></p></div><p>Trail Accessi​​​bility:<br>12 Ave Dyke Trail is a sem​​i-firm surface, with some patches of coarse gravel. The trail is 2 km long, minimum 4 m wide, with minimal slopes.</p> <div class="ExternalClassDC5E1F4280C74AC7B1855EC3B0277A16"> </div></div><div class="ExternalClass1AD15E0688414BC2971D20F03268EE9A"><p>Fires are permitted o​nly in the 4 designated fire rings at <a href="/services/regional-parks/facility/centennial-beach">Ce​​ntennial Beach</a>. First come, first served. 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><div class="ExternalClass8D77A92E3CEE45C2BD313AF13AD62223"><p>Two electric vehic​le charging stations are available in the parking lot close to the concession/washroom building. Charging is free. There is a two-hour time limit.<br></p></div><div class="ExternalClassD3A1F5B7EE684A6B95E72ED9A25634B1"><p> <a href="/school-programs/regional-parks">School Field Trips Information </a><br><a href="/services/regional-parks/programs-and-events">Workshops & Community Group Field Trips Information</a><br></p></div><div class="ExternalClass8217312FB4E4442DB7594A7448389093"><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="ExternalClass5D0449A664AA489BA9DAA563498BCD07"><p>To learn about ways to <a href="/services/regional-parks/get-involved">get involved in regional parks​</a>, contact the <a href="mailto:trina.sakata@metrovancouver.org">Community Development Coordinator</a> at 604-520​-6442.<br></p></div>

 

 

Tidal flats at Boundary Bay Regional Parkhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/BoundaryBay-photo1_jpg.jpgTidal flats at Boundary Bay Regional Park
Great blue herons at Boundary Bay Regional Parkhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/Boundary%20Bay-photo4_jpg.jpgGreat blue herons at Boundary Bay Regional Park
Boundary Bay Regional Park protects rare coastal sand ecosystems, including sand dunes.https://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/Boundary%20Bay-photo5_jpg.jpgBoundary Bay Regional Park protects rare coastal sand ecosystems, including sand dunes.
Views from Boundary Bay Regional Parkhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/Boundary%20Bay-photo6_jpg.jpgViews from Boundary Bay Regional Park
Misty morning sunrise at Boundary Bay Regional Parkhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/BoundaryBay-photo6_JPG.jpgMisty morning sunrise at Boundary Bay Regional Park
Beach explorer at Boundary Bay Regional Parkhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/Boundary%20Bay-photo7_jpg.jpgBeach explorer at Boundary Bay Regional Park
Sunset at Boundary Bayhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/BoundaryBay-photo7_jpg.jpgSunset at Boundary Bay
Boundary Bay views from Dyke Trail in Boundary Bay Regional Parkhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/Boundary%20Bay-photo8_JPG.jpgBoundary Bay views from Dyke Trail in Boundary Bay Regional Park
Explore the beach at Boundary Bay Regional Park, but please leave sand dollars and sea stars where you find them.https://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/BoundaryBay-photo8_jpg.jpgExplore the beach at Boundary Bay Regional Park, but please leave sand dollars and sea stars where you find them.
Park interpreter shares wonders of seashore life at Boundary Bay Regional Parkhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/ParkPhotos/_t/BoundaryBay-photo9_jpg.jpgPark interpreter shares wonders of seashore life at Boundary Bay Regional Park

 

 

 

 

Intermittent beach closures to remove debris, starting April 15Intermittent beach closures to remove debris, starting April 15<div class="ExternalClass9CD8D8AC07874FC2949590064B90A45D"><p>Removal of logs and large woody debris washed up on the beach by winter storms will require some closures. This work will begin the week of April 15 and is expected to take about a week. Visitors should expect sections of the park’s main beach to be temporarily closed; and to see large equipment to be on site. Please follow posted safety signs and directions from work crew. For more information, call 604-520-6442.<br></p></div>Boundary Bay Regional Parksts4s://metrovancouver.org/attachmentUrl=https://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/Lists/ParkAdvisories/Attachments/1346/BOU beach & dyke trail cleanup MAP_2024.pdf
Dyke Trail closure starts March 4Dyke Trail closure starts March 4<div class="ExternalClassBE6F6AC2A0DF4A22AEE5505B63C8C950"><div><p>The section of Dyke Trail from 72 Street to 88 Street will be closed starting Monday, March 4 for dyke improvements. This construction work is expected to take about two months. Visitors should plan alternate routes or be prepared to retrace their steps. Please follow posted safety signs and directions from traffic controllers. For more information about this work, call the City of Delta at 604-946-4141. For information about Boundary Bay Regional Park, call 604-520-6442.<br></p></div></div>Boundary Bay Regional Parksts4s://metrovancouver.org/attachmentUrl=https://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/Lists/ParkAdvisories/Attachments/1337/BOU dyke improvements MAP_Mar2024_rev1.pdf
Boardwalk remains CLOSED. Repair plans underway. Boardwalk remains CLOSED. Repair plans underway. <div class="ExternalClass7BC449D366FE495BB0822F38E78207A6"><p>The boardwalk linking Raptor Trail with 12th Ave Dyke Trail was damaged in winter storms and will remain closed until further notice. Please ​​follow posted safety signs. Although significant trail repairs and clean-up have already been completed, the process to fully repair the boardwalk may take at least a year (time estimates below). Thanks for your patience.<br></p><p>Late 2023 to spring 2024: Obtain permit from the B.C. Archaeology Branch (can take 8 - 12 months; application submitted May 3, 2023)</p><p>Spring 2024 to fall 2024: Conduct repair work provided permitting is received from P​rovincial authorities in ​time to meet bird nesting, and other environmental conditions.​<br></p></div>Boundary Bay Regional Park
Trail closures and detours at Mud BayTrail closures and detours at Mud Bay<div class="ExternalClass943271A9284645CF94CDB2A1DE94F7CD"><div><p>Some trail sections at Mud Bay (at the eastern end of the Boundary Bay Dyke Tra​​il) are temporarily closed, but detour routes are in place. Construction work is underway for upgrading the dykes (<a href="https://www.surrey.ca/services-payments/water-drainage-sewer/flood-control-and-prevention/coastal-flood-adaptation-projects/colebrook-dyke-upgrades">Colebrook Dyke Projects</a>) and improving flood protection (<a href="https://www.surrey.ca/services-payments/water-drainage-sewer/flood-control-and-prevention/coastal-flood-adaptation-projects/mud-bay">Mud Bay Nature-based Foreshore Enhancements</a>). For more information, see <a href="https://www.surrey.ca/services-payments/water-drainage-sewer/flood-control-and-prevention/coastal-flood-adaptation-projects/mud-bay#notification">details on construction activity</a>, contact the City of Surrey at 604-591-4253, or email <a href="mailto:EngWebmail@surrey.ca" target="_blank">​EngWebmail@surrey.ca</a>.<br></p></div></div>Boundary Bay Regional Park

 

 

Boundary Bay Regional Parkhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/PublishingImages/Logos/BoundaryBayRP.png, Boundary Bayhttps://www.google.com/maps/place/Boundary+Bay+Regional+Park/@49.0132265,,-123.0485473,,15z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x0:0xdb7a949eb6a591d7?sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwj83fLS2ZmAAxVjHUQIHbEcAAYQ_BJ6BAhqEAA&ved=2ahUKEwj83fLS2ZmAAxVjHUQIHbEcAAYQ_BJ6BQiBARAJ, Google maphttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/Documents/boundary-bay-park-map.pdf, https://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/documents/BoundaryBayParkMap.pdfhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/regional-parks/Documents/boundary-bay-regional-park-trail-brochure.pdf, Brochureregionalparks.info@metrovancouver.org604-520-6442Central Area Office

 

 

 

 

 

 

<div class="ExternalClassD3A1F5B7EE684A6B95E72ED9A25634B1"><p> <a href="/school-programs/regional-parks">School Field Trips Information </a><br><a href="/services/regional-parks/programs-and-events">Workshops & Community Group Field Trips Information</a><br></p></div><div class="ExternalClass8217312FB4E4442DB7594A7448389093"><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="ExternalClass5D0449A664AA489BA9DAA563498BCD07"><p>To learn about ways to <a href="/services/regional-parks/get-involved">get involved in regional parks​</a>, contact the <a href="mailto:trina.sakata@metrovancouver.org">Community Development Coordinator</a> at 604-520​-6442.<br></p></div>

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