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BC Parks Management Planning

A management plan is a document that outlines the vision and direction for a protected area. This will include direction on the types, location and threshold of uses and activities appropriate within different parts of a protected area including appropriate levels of visitor use and facility development.

A management plan is the result of a management planning process and is developed with First Nations, local governments, the public and other interest groups.

Read more about the management planning process and how you can get involved.

Projects Currently Open for Public Comment

Mquqᵂin/Brooks Peninsula Park and Power River Watershed Protected Area Management Plan: Draft Management Plan Comment Period (closed August 28, 2015)
Kluskoil Lake Park Management Plan: Initial Public Input Period (October 1st – 31st, 2015)
Skaha Bluffs Park Management Plan: Draft Management Plan Comment Period (closes November 30, 2015)
Bridge Lake Park Management Plan: Initial Public Input Period (October 5th – December 1st, 2015; with public meeting on Oct. 7th at 7pm at the Interlake Community Centre)

Areas with Recently Approved Management Plans

Burgoyne Bay Park- March 2015
Monashee Park- October 2014
Ruckle Park- September 2014
Kikomun Creek Park- March 2014
Garibaldi Park (amendment)- February 2014
White Lake Park- January 2014
Yard Creek Park- January 2014
Pillar Park- January 2014

All Active Protected Area Planning Projects (by Regional Section)

South Coast

Protected Area Management Planning Information
Pinecone Burke Provincial Park Draft plan under development