Parks

The City of Chilliwack has over 100 parks and natural areas which together make up over 400 hectares of green space. Parks vary in equipment and services. Most Community Parks provide a variety of facilities suitable for a day visit, while smaller parks provide playgrounds and often sports courts and picnic tables.

Gwynne Vaughan Park

A heritage home on 6.8 acres of prime residential land that was willed to the City of Chilliwack for the use by the community as a park.

Island 22 Regional Park

A popular fishing, walking and equestrain centre owned by the City of Chilliwack and operated under a management agreement with the Fraser Valley Regional District.

Mt Thom

With the main pedestrian and equestrian trails completed, you can now hike to Mt. Thom’s lookout point at an elevation of 484 metres and enjoy spectacular valley and mountain views

Portage Park

Portage Park home of the Dorothy Kostrzewa Tennis Courts

Promontory West Park

Promontory West Park

Rosedale Park

Rosedale Park

Salish Park

Located at the corner of Young Street and Cheam Avenue in the heart of downtown Chilliwack, Salish Park features a beautiful pond stocked with fish and large turtles.

Sardis Park

Sardis Park features 5 hectares of pond and play area.

Watson Glen Park

Watson Glen Park

Yarrow Community Park

Yarrow Community Park

Yarrow Pioneer Park

Yarrow Pioneer Park