Cheam Lake Wetlands Regional Park
Cheam Lake Wetlands is a 107-hectare park located in Electoral Area D that is comprised of lake, marsh, and forest. It is popular for walking, picnicking and bird watching and is home to many insect, mammal and bird species. To date, 184 different bird species have been recorded in the park.
7 am to Sunset
53480 Elgey Road
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- Cheam Lake
- A floating boardwalk leading to a viewing platform and a second wheelchair-accessible viewing platform close to the parking lot
- Approximately 2 km easy walking trails
- An abundance of wildlife, plant life, and birdlife living in a sensitive ecosystem
A free interpretive program runs at the park mostly during the spring and summer for educational groups. The first part of the tour features a hike through a marsh, a view of a beaver pond and a talk about the park's plants and wildlife. The second part of the program, pond dipping, is a hands-on activity where small nets are used to catch pond creatures such as dragonfly nymphs, frogs and water beetles.
If you are a school or educational group and wish to book an interpretive tour of Cheam Lake Wetlands, this programming will be available in the fall dependant on current public health orders. Please call 604-702-5024 to discuss the possibility of an interpretive tour later this year.