Neilson Regional Park

Neilson Regional ParkNeilson Regional Park is a 10 hectare park that borders Hatzic Lake on the east side of Mission. The park is popular for large picnics and organized gatherings, nature viewing and beach activities. A small run of chum and coho salmon arrives in early November and spawns in Draper Creek, which runs through the park. Bald eagles are commonly seen feeding on the spawning salmon. Deer and black bears are also frequently seen in the park. 

Amenities include flush toilets, water, picnic shelter and picnic tables.

Parking Washrooms Picnic Shelter Drinking Water Trails Fishing Canoeing Wildlife viewing