Lighthouse Country Regional Trail

Fresh Air Fitness circuit was installed in Fall 2021 on the trail. Consisting of eight 'stations' along the trail and using only natural or existing trail features, this circuit provides fitness for all levels.

The circuit signs have been installed, and we'd love to have your feedback on this pilot project. Fill in the survey here or contact us at recparks [at] rdn.bc.ca.

The trail is separated into a north and south loop, and the level grade makes the beauty of our rare Coastal Douglas-fir forest accessible to all. The north loop and adjacent Wildwood Community Park provide about 2 kilometres of easy wandering, while the south loop offers about 2.5 kilometres of wheelchair accessible trail as well as a rough trail and woodlot road. Along the south loop, enjoy benches, picnic tables, wood carvings, and a continuous tapping rail for the visually or balance impaired. Equestrians, walkers, runners and cyclists can enjoy the rest of the South Loop and explore more trail on adjacent Crown lands.

 

What to do
Biking
Birdwatching
Hiking
Horseback Riding
Running
Walking
Accessible
How to get there