Acquired in 1991 and with a 10 year management plan done in 2014, this park is a favourite of hikers, dog walkers and mountain bikers. With its two possible entrances, steep ravines and many unmaintained trails there could be a million hiding places for the shoe; don't worry we've kept it close to the parking area.
Explore as you'd like, but make sure to watch out for mountain bikers, and stay on the trails.
"Weigle" on out to this Regional Park and find Golden Shoe #3 on the "Home Run"!
This Community Park in Electoral Area G was first acquired in 1977, and is surrounded by a lovely family neighbourhood. Last summer, one of the first RDN Recreation Picnic and Play events was held here, drawing over 60 neighbours out to eat, play and have fun. There will be another Picnic and Play here in August- everyone is welcome to attend!
You won't "tire" looking for this shoe,
I climbed in, and you may have to too!
Work on this trail began in the late 1990's with volunteers blazing over 5km of trail on the inland side of the E&N Railway. Today, the South Loop offers a fully wheelchair accessible trail that meanders among the Douglas Fir, including a continuous tapping rail for visually or balance impaired walkers.
Once you've walked along the trail...
Have a seat and reach behind
There the golden shoe you'll find.