No matter what your age, CRD Regional Parks has a nature outing and event for you - for every season. Join a park interpreter for a guided walk, hike, or drop-in event. See the calendar for an outing and event that piques your natural curiosity.

Regional Park Maps

Printer-friendly Park Maps

Volunteering for Regional Parks

Regional Parks Volunteer Services program provides opportunities for you to be involved in preservation and enjoyment of regional parks and trails.

Parks Library

CRD Regional Parks protects and manages more than 13,000 hectares of natural areas in 31 regional parks and three regional trails on southern Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands.

Legacy Program: Where Gifts Grow

Be involved today by planting seeds for the future. Explore the vision of your legacy with Regional Parks.

Land Acquisition Fund

The CRD acquires land through the Regional Parks Land Acquisition Fund. Funds are generated through a residential property tax.

Alerts & Notices

  • Temporary delays and lane closures on Galloping Goose Regional Trail

    The trail will be temporarily closed between Watkiss Way and the Atkins Road Rest Stop on Feb. 26 from 9am – 3pm
  • Temporary Trail Closure - Sooke Hills Wilderness Trail

    The trail is closed between Waugh Creek Viewpoint and Suspension Bridge
  • Todd Creek Trestle and Bypass Trail Closed

    Closed for trestle repairs until February 2020.

Inclement Weather

All regional parks and trails are open, however be prepared for slippery surfaces and exercise caution. Read more>>

Safety Notice

CRD Regional Parks Headquarters is closing to the general public as of June 1. Read more>>

Land Acquisition Fund

The CRD Board has identified important next steps for the Regional Parks Land Acquisition Fund. Read more>> 

Mayne Island Parks

The CRD is drafting management plans Mount Parke and St. John’s Point. Read more >> 

E&N Rail Trail

The CRD is preparing to construct the next section of this regional trail. Read more>>

Pets in Parks

Pause to consider this simple canine courtesy with your pet when out on the trails. Read more >>