Aldergrove Lake Regional Park

Abbotsford, British Columbia V3G 1S9

Aldergrove Lake Regional Park

Aldergrove Lake Regional Park Professional Review and Guide

"Do not be misled by the presence of the word “lake” in the title. The body of water so designated is, in fact, no more than a large outdoor swimming pool. Still, GVRD Regional Parks Department is working to make the park fit its name by creating a more realistic lake with nature walks in its eastern purlieu where formerly was an unsightly quarry.

Shortly after getting under way on the pleasantly winding trail, you pass two trails to the right that connect with the bridle trail running higher up and farther to the south. Ignore these if you prefer the shorter walk and descend gently into the valley on the left to cross the long arching bridge over the brook and the adjacent marsh, an area oftentimes waterlogged thanks to the activity of beavers."

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"Here’s a pleasing family walk through woodland, meadow and berry fields, ending at spacious picnic grounds around a spring-fed swimming pool for the children. Much of this park is a feat of reclamation. For years this region has been scarred by the extraction of gravel, but abandoned workings are being transformed into lakes and ponds and the area now supports a network of hiking and equestrian trails.

If this sounds somewhat artificial, rest assured that the trails are countrified and peaceful, graced by wildflowers in season and alive with birdsong. The route suggested can easily be shortened or lengthened by referring to the map."

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Trail Information

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Trail Type
Skill Level
3 hours
Good all year

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Sep 2018