BC Parks Regional Brochures
The Ministry of Environment has produced six new BC Parks regional brochures,
click here to learn more.
Provincial Park Brochures:
Some park brochures have also been digitized and are now available in pdf
format. These brochures can be viewed/printed from their respective park
page, under the Map/Brochure heading.
Here is the Park Finder page.
Lower Mainland Brochure:
Publications and Manuals
- All publications listed are in pdf format
This bear-people conflict prevention plan provides direction and
guidelines for BC Parks staff to use when confronted with bear
management situations in provincial parks.
The Grizzly Bear Conservation Strategy has
developed this set of guidelines
aimed at reducing bear-human conflicts
during river rafting activities.
This document describes the policies
that direct the day-to-day and long-term
actions under which BC Parks manages natural
and cultural values within British Columbia's
system of protected areas.
The BC Parks Impact Assessment Process ensures that the stewardship of British Columbia's system of protected areas is included in all activities and practices that are conducted within these areas.
- Prepared by Ministry of Sustainable
Resource Management, January 2002
Campsites along the Tatshenshini River and Lower Alsek River
from Shaw'ashe/Dalton Post, Yukon to Dry Bay, Alaska were
evaluated for their potential for bear-human interaction, including
displacement of bears from feeding areas and direct bear-human
BC parks and a volunteer group of climbers have developed
the attached strategy to manage rock climbing in Stawamus
Chief, Shannon Falls, and Murrin Provincial Parks. The strategy
will be used to direct management activities related to rock
climbing in the the three parks. It must be stressed that
this strategy is site specific and will not be applicable
to the situations found in many other provincial parks.
Striking the Balance is a living policy for BC Parks and is an important component of the land use strategy since it provides
a statement of the broad policies against which a provincial park system plan must be judged.
Visions newsletter was produced six times per year by BC Parks to maintain commitment to quality
service and stewardship and to encourage innovation by everyone directly involved or interested in
BC Parks. The newsletter is no longer in production.
The BC Government Publications Index
is an an internet searchable listing of available government publications. The Index includes a listing of Government Ministry Publications, pamphlets, as well as many forms. A number of publications are also included from participating government-funded organizations, such as Crown corporations.