Cheam Lake Wetlands Regional Park
Cheam Lake Wetlands is a 107 hectare park located in Electoral Area D that is comprised of lake, marsh and forest. It is popular for hiking, picknicking and bird watching and is home to many insect, mammal and bird species. To date, 184 different bird species have been recorded in the park.
The park's trail system is approximately 2 km long. It is ideal for all ages and features raised walkways and an elevated viewing platform. This park is designed and managed to protect sensitive habitat and wildlife. It is unsuitable for intensive recreation.
Amenities include an information kiosk, information shelter, pit toilets, seasonal running water (non-drinkable) and six picnic tables.
A free interpretive program runs at the park mostly during the spring and summer for educational groups. Click here to view more information or call 604-702-5024.
Cheam Lake Wetlands Brochure
Cheam Lake Wetlands Bird Checklist 2008 Edition
7 am to Sunset
Rules and Regulations
No dogs permitted.