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Visitors swarm Goldstream Park

Parking at the day-use area of Goldstream Park will be extremely busy for the next several weeks during the annual salmon run. Visitors are reminded to use caution when parking outside of the designated areas adjacent to the Goldstream Park day-use area, at the junction of Highway 1 and Finlayson Arm Road.

Visitors to the park should plan ahead and consider carpooling or using alternative modes of transportation. Goldstream Park staff will be on hand to direct traffic within the parking lot to ensure space is maximized.

Parking remains free at all provincial parks where the lots are located on B.C. Parks land.

 

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