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, drop-in event or canoe adventure. 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 spectacular and easily accessible natural areas in 33 regional parks and trails in the Capital Regional District.

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


  • Trail re-surfacing at Francis/King Regional Park along the Marsh Trail, Aug 21-25

    Please use caution around equipment and crews. Download the map.
  • Caution of fish sampling nets at Elk/Beaver Lake for fish inventory Aug 21-25, 4pm-10am

    Nets below water surface marked by orange buoys. Boaters advised not to travel near buoys to avoid damage to boats and nets. Read more>>

  • Trail maintenance at Sandcut Beach in Jordan River Regional Park until August 31

    Improvements to the trail surface and stairs leading to Sandcut Beach. Please use caution on the trail and around equipment and crews.
  • Fire danger rating is Extreme, campground fire ban in effect

    Fires and smoking prohibited at all CRD parks & trails, including campgrounds. Please take extreme care in natural areas #CRDParks #BCwildfire. Read more >>


  • Hazard tree removal today at Francis/King Regional Park

    Please use caution around equipment and crews along Elsie King and Centennial Trails from 10:30 am to 4:00 pm 

Todd Creek Trestle Closed

The Todd Creek Trestle near Sooke Potholes is closed for repairs. Read more >>

New Parks & Trails

Follow the progress and read more about these projects: