The Regional District of Fraser-Fort George operates eleven Regional Parks encompassing 330 ha, at locations throughout the Regional District. The first Regional Park, Ness Lake, opened in 1976. Three years later, Berman Lake was established followed by Wilkins, Harold Mann, Koeneman, George Hicks, Giscome Portage (Huble Homestead Hisotric Site), Cedarside, McMillan Creek and John Dahl. The newest Regional Park, Kristian Winther, was opened in 2003.
The Regional Parks Service provides recreational, educational, heritage and conservation opportunities for all to enjoy. Parks are designed for day use only and offer a variety of amenities which can include picnic areas, fire pits, beaches, restroom facilities, interpretive services, heritage buildings, trail systems and boat launches. Parks may be booked for special events such as weddings, family reunions and company picnic gatherings.
Click on the balloons over Park locations to get further details or visit our Regional Parks FAQ page.