Park Associations and Partner Groups

Park Associations &
Park Partner Groups

Park associations act as stewards of the park. They provide a way for groups and individuals working within a regional park to meet, coordinate activities, educate, assist understanding among users, raise funds for special events or recruit new members and volunteers.

Working Together
Volunteer park partners, Metro Vancouver Parks staff, the public and, most importantly, regional parks benefit from our working together.

Volunteers working through park associations gain:
• direct involvement in the operation, care and management of their regional park;
• opportunities to share resources, ideas, expertise, skills and contacts;
• a stronger voice for community interests
• closer working relationships with Metro Vancouver Parks staff;
• new friends and marvelous experiences.

Belcarra Regional Park
Belcarra Beachkeepers

Boundary Bay Regional Park
Cammidge House Committee/Boundary Bay Park volunteers

Burnaby Lake Regional Park

Burnaby Lake Park Association

Campbell Valley Regional Park
Campbell Valley Park Association

Colony Farm Regional Park
Colony Farm Park Association

Derby Reach Regional Park and Brae Island Regional Park
Derby Reach and Brae Island Park Association

Kanaka Creek Regional Park
Kanaka Environmental Education and Partnership Society

Lynn Headwaters Regional Park
BC Mills House Hosts

Minnekhada Regional Park
Minnekhada Park Association

Pacific Spirit Regional Park
Pacific Spirit Park Society
Wreck Beach Preservation Society

Tynehead Regional Park
Serpentine Enhancement Society

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Last updated 12 August 2011