Day-use passes will no longer be required this summer for Mount Seymour Park and Cypress Park.
The day park system was introduced last year in both parks to manage visitors.
However, those who visit these parks must follow the COVID-19 safety guidelines.
Visitors must wear a mask in common spaces, stay 2 meters apart, hand sanitizer often, and should not come to the park if you are feeling unwell.
Beginning June 22, BC Parks is also implementing free day-use passes for Stawamus Chief trail, Garibaldi Park trailheads at Diamond Head, Rubble Creek, and Cheakamus and Golden Ears Park.
On June 22, BC Parks will be opening Joffre Lakes Provincial Park.
The park will be opened in partnership with Lil’wat Nation and N’Quatqua, under the new Joffre Lakes Park Visitor Use Management Strategy.
The park has remained closed to visitors since March last year.
The new strategy includes free day-use passes and continuing the Ske’l7awlh Stewards Program.
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