B.C. Reg. 180/90
O.C. 867/90
Deposited June 8, 1990
effective August 1, 1990
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Park Act

PARK AND RECREATION AREA REGULATION

[includes amendments up to B.C. Reg. 193/2005, June 1, 2005]

Contents
  Division 1 — Interpretation
  1  Interpretation
  2  Application
  Division 2 — Permits
  3  Removal of property and restoration of area
  4  Permits for guiding required
  5  Permits for trapping required
  Division 3 — Public Conduct and Enforcement
  6  Repealed
  7  Must give information
  8  Disturbance prohibited
  9  Eviction
  10  Signs
  11  Fires
  12  Snow sliding devices
  13  Responsibility for action of minors
  14  Exemption from this regulation
  15  Obstruction of a park officer or park ranger
  16  Bowron Lake Park special regulation
  17  Storage of equipment and supplies
  18  Horses prohibited
  19  Control of domestic animals
  20  Control of other animals
  21  Explosives prohibited
  Division 4 — Motor Vehicles, Vessels and Aircraft
  22  Peace officer authority under Motor Vehicle Act
  23  Illegal parking and tow away
  24  Motor vehicles and snowmobiles
  25  Cycles
  26  Commercial vehicles prohibited
  27  Aircraft
  Division 5 — Firearms, Hunting and Fishing
  28  Possession of firearms, bows and crossbows
  29  Discharge of firearms, bows and crossbows prohibited
  30  Feeding of wildlife
  31  Seizure of hunting and fishing devices
  Division 6 — Preservation and Waste Management
  32  Prohibited activity
  33  Litter only in receptacle provided
  34  Transporting litter into a park or recreation area
  Division 7 — Camping and Picnicking
  35  Designated representative
  36  Registration required
  37  Controlled public access
  38  Camping restrictions
  39  Maximum length of stay
  40  Limited occupancy or use
  40.1  Second non-recreational vehicle charge
  40.2  Maximum number of persons on a campsite
  Division 8 — Fees
  41  Fee collection period
  42  Payment of fees
  43-50  Repealed
  51  Exemption from fees
  52  Fees for seniors
  53  Park use permit and resource use permit fees
  54 -55  Repealed
  Division 9 — Park Rangers
  56  Park ranger responsibilities
Schedules A to M

Division 1 — Interpretation

Interpretation

1 (1) In this regulation, unless the context otherwise requires:

"Act" means the Park Act;

"backcountry" means an area in a park or recreation area that is not frontcountry;

"camp" means to occupy a campsite, to set up a tent or other shelter or to remain overnight;

"campground" means one or more campsites managed by an operator or the ministry;

"campsite" means an area in a park or recreation area developed by the ministry to accommodate persons who wish to camp;

"Canada" does not include a corporation

(a) that is, under an enactment of Canada, an agent of Her Majesty in right of Canada,

(b) of which the government of Canada owns, directly or indirectly, more than 50% of the issued voting shares, or

(c) that is controlled by the government of Canada, and for the purpose of this definition a corporation is controlled by the government of Canada when a majority of the members of the corporation or of its board of directors or board of management consists of either or both of the following:

(i) persons appointed as members by the Governor in Council, by a minister of the government of Canada or by an enactment of Canada;

(ii) public officers acting as such;

"cycle" means a device having any number of wheels that is propelled by human power and on which a person may ride;

"day use area" means an area in a park or recreation area managed by an operator or the ministry for picnicking and other daytime activities;

"dock" means a structure connected to dry land and used for the purposes of mooring a vessel;

"domestic animal" means a vertebrate that has been domesticated;

"firearm" includes a rifle, shotgun, handgun, spring gun or any device that propels a projectile by means of an explosion, compressed gas or spring, but does not include a longbow or crossbow;

"frontcountry" means an area in a park or recreation area within one kilometre of either side of the centreline of a park road or a highway;

"group" means 15 or more persons;

"guide" means a person who, for compensation or reward received or promised, accompanies, assists or provides a service to another person;

"hunt" means to shoot at, attract, search for, chase, pursue, follow after or on the trail of, stalk or lie in wait for wildlife, or to attempt to do any of those things, whether or not the wildlife is then or subsequently wounded, killed or captured,

(a) with the intention to capture the wildlife, or

(b) while in possession of a firearm or other weapon;

"litter" means

(a) garbage, refuse, rubbish or trash of any kind, including a container, package, bottle or can, or any part thereof, or

(b) any abandoned or discarded article, product or item of manufacture,

but does not include wastes of the primary processes of mining, logging, sawmilling, farming or manufacturing;

"mooring buoy" means a float, anchored in water and not connected to dry land, that is used for the purpose of mooring a vessel;

"operations permit" means a park use permit or resource use permit issued for the operation of campground and day use facilities in a park or recreation area;

"operator" means a person authorized by a park use permit or resource use permit to operate facilities in any part of a park or recreation area;

"park" includes any land, trail, path or waterway comprised in an order under section 6 (1) (a) to (g) of the Act;

"park road" means a road in a park or recreation area that is designed and developed for the passage or parking of motor vehicles licensed under the Motor Vehicle Act;

"party" means up to 8 persons, of whom at least one, but no more than 4, are 16 years old or older, and who may have with them

(a) one recreational or non-recreational vehicle, and

(b) one legally towed trailer;

"Province" does not include a corporation

(a) that is, under an Act, an agent of the Crown,

(b) of which the government owns, directly or indirectly, more than 50% of the issued voting shares, or

(c) that is controlled by the government, and for the purpose of this definition a corporation is controlled by the government when a majority of the members of the corporation or of its board of directors or board of management consists of either or both of the following:

(i) persons appointed as members by the Lieutenant Governor in Council, by a minister or by an Act;

(ii) public officers acting as such;

"recreational vehicle" means a self-propelled vehicle or a trailer, primarily designed as temporary living quarters for recreational or travel use;

"senior" means a resident of the Province who is 65 years of age or older;

"shoulder season" means the period from the day after Labour Day to June 14 of the following year;

"snowmobile" means a snowmobile as defined in the Snowmobile Regulation, B.C. Reg. 65/72;

"summer season" means the period from June 15 to Labour Day;

"trap" means to trap, snare, net or use any other device to take or capture wildlife;

"vessel" means a boat, canoe, kayak or other craft used, or capable of being used, for navigation on water;

"waste" means waste as defined in the Waste Management Act;

"wildlife" means raptors, threatened species, endangered species, game or other species of vertebrates prescribed as wildlife under the Wildlife Act;

"youth group" means a group

(a) undertaking a camping trip organized for the group by a school or not-for-profit society,

(b) supervised by an adult representative of the school or not-for-profit society, and

(c) having a ratio of adults to members who are 18 years of age or younger of

(i) not less than1 in 8, and

(ii) not more than 1 in 4.

[am. B.C. Regs. 406/90; 196/91; 195/93, s. 1; 249/98, s. 1; 350/2000, s. 1; 109/2002, s. 1; 193/2005, App. A, s. 1.]

Application

2 This regulation does not apply to Class C parks.

Division 2 — Permits

Removal of property and restoration of area

3 (1) Except as otherwise provided in a park use permit or resource use permit, every person shall, within the 30 day period following

(a) the expiry or other termination of a park use permit or resource use permit, or

(b) receipt of a written order from a park officer,

remove all personal property and dispose of all structures, improvements and works of any nature in a park or recreation area and restore, repair or rehabilitate the area as nearly as possible to its natural condition, or restore, repair or rehabilitate the area to the satisfaction of the park officer issuing the order.

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to structures, improvements and works that are the property of the Province.

(3) If a person fails to remove personal property or dispose of structures, improvements or works as required by subsection (1), a park officer may remove the personal property and dispose of the structures, improvements or works.

(4) If a person fails to restore, repair or rehabilitate an area as required by subsection (1), a park officer may restore, repair or rehabilitate the area as the park officer considers necessary.

(5) Any expense incurred by the Province under subsection (3) or (4) is a debt owing the Province by the person who failed to comply with subsection (1).

(6) A debt incurred under this section may be retained from any security which the Province requires to be maintained by a person as a condition of a park use permit or resource use permit.

(7) In the absence of a sufficient security under subsection (6) to extinguish a debt incurred under this section, the debt or remaining debt shall be recoverable at suit of the Province in any court of competent jurisdiction.

Permits for guiding required

4 No person shall act as a guide or offer services as a guide in a park or recreation area without

(a) a valid park use permit or resource use permit issued for that purpose, and

(b) a licence or permit to guide if required by or under the Wildlife Act.

[am. B.C. Reg. 25/2005, Sch. s. 1.]

Permits for trapping required

5 No person shall trap or take any fur bearing animal in a park or recreation area without

(a) a valid park use permit or resource use permit issued for that purpose, and

(b) a licence or permit to trap issued under the Wildlife Act.

Division 3 — Public Conduct and Enforcement

Section Repealed

6 Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 193/2005, App. A, s. 2.]

Must give information

7 Every person who enters or is in a park or recreation area shall, at the request of a park officer or park ranger, provide information about any matter pertaining to the use or occupancy of the park or recreation area including that person's correct name, address, destination and proposed activities and conduct in the park or recreation area.

Disturbance prohibited

8 (1) No person shall create or cause a deliberate or unnecessary disturbance in a park or recreation area.

(2) Except as authorized by a park officer, no person shall, between the hours of 11 p.m. and 7 a.m. the following day, operate or permit another person to operate any device that produces sound at a level which disturbs the peace and quiet of

(a) an occupant of another campsite, or

(b) persons in the park or recreation area.

Eviction

9 (1) A park ranger may order a person who does anything contrary to this regulation to leave a park or recreation area, or a specified portion of it, within a period of time specified by the park ranger, and every person so ordered shall comply with the order and leave the park or recreation area, or the specified portion of it, within that specified period of time.

(2) If no period of time is specified in an order issued under subsection (1), the order shall be effective immediately.

(3) The order issued under subsection (1) shall specify the period of time during which the order is to remain in effect, but in no case shall it remain in effect for more than 72 hours from the time the order is issued.

(4) A park ranger may use reasonable force to remove a person from the park or recreation area, or the specified portion of it, if that person fails to comply with an order under subsection (1).

(5) A person who is ordered to leave the park or recreation area is not entitled to a refund of any fee which may have been paid by the party or group of which that person is a member.

Signs

10 (1) A park officer may erect a sign or other device specifying an area in which specific activities are permitted, prohibited or restricted in a park or recreation area.

(2) Every person shall observe and obey every prohibition and restriction announced by the sign or other device erected under subsection (1).

Fires

11 (1) No person shall start or maintain a fire in a park or recreation area in

(a) a campground,

(b) frontcountry, or

(c) backcountry that is less than 2 000 hectares in size,

unless the fire is

(d) in a fireplace provided by the ministry, and

(e) not more than 0.5 metres in diameter and 0.5 metres in height.

(2) No person shall use vegetation from a campground or from frontcountry to start or maintain a fire except

(a) vegetation that is specifically provided as firewood by the ministry or an operator, or

(b) as authorized by a park officer.

(3) No person shall use vegetation from backcountry to start or maintain a fire except vegetation that is dead and lying on the ground.

(4) A person who starts or maintains a fire shall extinguish the fire when that person leaves the campground, frontcountry or backcountry.

(5) A park officer may, at any time,

(a) prohibit a fire in a park or recreation area,

(b) extinguish a fire, or

(c) require that a fire be contained within a device approved by the park officer.

Snow sliding devices

12 Except as authorized by a park officer, no person shall use or operate any snow sliding device in Mount Seymour Park, Cypress Park or E.C. Manning Park unless

(a) in an area specifically designated and posted for such use, and

(b) on a snow sliding device approved by a park officer.

Responsibility for action of minors

13 No parent, guardian, custodian or person in charge of a minor shall permit the minor to do anything that is prohibited by the Act or this regulation.

Exemption from this regulation

14 A person who is a peace officer, park officer or park ranger is exempt from this regulation while acting in that capacity.

Obstruction of a park officer or park ranger

15 No person shall willfully obstruct a park officer or park ranger acting in that capacity.

Bowron Lake Park special regulation

16 Except on Bowron Lake or as authorized by a park officer, not more than 6 persons may travel together on the circuit of lakes in Bowron Lake Park.

Storage of equipment and supplies

17 (1) Except as authorized by a park officer, no person shall store, cache or leave equipment or supplies in a park or recreation area for a period of more than 14 days in a calendar year.

(2) No person shall store, cache or leave equipment or supplies in a campground or day use area except

(a) in the campsite at which that person is registered, or

(b) as authorized by a park officer.

Horses prohibited

18 No person shall have a horse or other draught or riding animal in a park or recreation area except

(a) in an area or on a trail as permitted by a sign or other device, or

(b) as authorized by a park officer.

Control of domestic animals

19 (1) Except as authorized by a park officer, no person shall allow a domestic animal to enter or remain in any part of a park or recreation area that is

(a) a beach within a campground or day use area,

(b) a public building or structure, or

(c) an area in which domestic animals are prohibited by a sign or other device.

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to a domestic animal that is used to guide a blind person.

(3) Except as authorized by a park officer, no person shall allow a domestic animal to enter or remain in frontcountry or in backcountry that is less than 2 000 hectares in size unless the domestic animal is

(a) restrained by a leash not longer than 2 metres, or

(b) confined in a container, enclosure or motor vehicle.

(4) No person shall allow a domestic animal in a park or recreation area to

(a) cause an annoyance,

(b) injure a person,

(c) damage property or vegetation, or

(d) chase or molest wildlife.

(5) Except as authorized by a park officer, no person shall allow a domestic animal to enter or remain in Bowron Lake Park or Garibaldi Park.

(6) A person who has a domestic animal in a park or recreation area shall dispose of excrement from that domestic animal in a manner and at a location where the excrement will not cause a public inconvenience or annoyance.

(7) A park officer may order a person who contravenes this section to remove the domestic animal from the park or recreation area.

Control of other animals

20 Except as authorized by a park officer, no person who owns or is responsible for an animal shall, in a park or recreation area, allow that animal to

(a) graze, browse or otherwise consume vegetation, or

(b) roam at large.

Explosives prohibited

21 No person shall have an explosive or an explosive substance in a park or recreation area except

(a) lawfully carried firearm ammunition, or

(b) as authorized by a park officer.

Division 4 — Motor Vehicles, Vessels and Aircraft

Peace officer authority under Motor Vehicle Act

22 A park ranger has the powers and authority of a peace officer for the purposes of enforcement of the Motor Vehicle Act and control of traffic within a park or recreation area.

Illegal parking and tow away

23 (1) Except as authorized by a park officer, no person shall

(a) stop or park a vehicle on the travelled portion of a park road, or

(b) stop or park a vehicle in such a manner as to

(i) impede the proper use of a park road,

(ii) damage vegetation,

(iii) restrict or inhibit recreational use of the park or recreation area, or

(iv) park a vehicle in the frontcountry without payment of the vehicle parking fee required by regulation.

(2) No person shall, between the hours of 11 p.m. and 7 a.m. the following day, stop or park a vehicle in a campground, day use area or parking area of a park or recreation area except

(a) at a campsite where that person is the member of a registered party or group,

(b) in a parking area as permitted by a sign or other device, or

(c) as authorized by a park officer.

(3) If a vehicle is stopped or parked in contravention of subsection (1) or (2), a park officer may remove the vehicle to a place of impoundment and any costs incurred by that removal shall be a debt of the owner of the vehicle payable to the party that removed and impounded the vehicle, which debt shall be paid before removal of the vehicle from the place of impoundment.

(4) A park officer removing a vehicle under subsection (3) shall exercise reasonable care to avoid damage to the vehicle involved, but neither the Province nor any park officer is liable or accountable to the owner for damage to the vehicle being removed arising from that removal.

[am. B.C. Reg. 25/2003, s. 1.]

Motor vehicles and snowmobiles

24 (1) No person shall use or operate a motor vehicle, motorcycle or other self-propelled vehicle in a park or recreation area except

(a) on a park road,

(b) in an area as permitted by a sign or other device, or

(c) as authorized by a park officer.

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to a self-propelled wheelchair or other similar conveyance used by a disabled person.

(3) No person shall use or operate a snowmobile in a park or recreation area except

(a) in an area or on a trail as permitted by a sign or other device, or

(b) as authorized by a park officer.

Cycles

25 No person shall ride a cycle in a park or recreation area except

(a) on a park road,

(b) in an area or on a trail as permitted by a sign or other device, or

(c) as authorized by a park officer.

Commercial vehicles prohibited

26 Except as authorized by a park officer, no person shall have in a park or recreation area a vehicle that displays advertising or is equipped with a public address system if that vehicle is being used to advertise, demonstrate or attract attention.

Aircraft

27 (1) Subject to the Act and this section, a person may use an aircraft to arrive at or depart from a park or recreation area.

(2) A person must not use an aircraft to arrive at or depart from parks or parts of parks that are set out in Column 1 of Schedule A, except as may be provided for in the same row in Column 2 of that schedule.

[en. B.C. Reg. 242/2004, s. 1.]

Division 5 — Firearms, Hunting and Fishing

Possession of firearms, bows and crossbows

28 No person shall possess a firearm, bow or crossbow in a park or recreation area except

(a) a firearm, bow or crossbow that is carried in a vehicle,

(b) during an open season specified under the Wildlife Act in those parks and recreation areas listed in Schedule B,

(c) in Columbia Lake Park between September 10 and June 15 of the following year, or

(d) as authorized by a park officer.

Discharge of firearms, bows and crossbows prohibited

29 (1) No person shall discharge a firearm, bow or crossbow in a park or recreation area except

(a) during an open season specified under the Wildlife Act in those parks and recreation areas listed in Schedule B and only for the purposes of hunting, or

(b) as authorized by a park officer.

(2) Except as authorized by a park officer, no person shall hunt or discharge a firearm, bow or crossbow in a park or recreation area within 400 metres of either side of the centreline of a park road or highway.

Feeding of wildlife

30 No person shall feed wildlife in a park or recreation area.

Seizure of hunting and fishing devices

31 (1) A park ranger may seize a firearm, bow, crossbow, fishing rod or other device used in a park or recreation area to capture fish or wildlife if the park ranger finds that the firearm, bow, crossbow, fishing rod or other device is being used by or is in the possession of a person who

(a) is in contravention of the Wildlife Act or section 28 or 29 of this regulation, or

(b) fails upon request to exhibit a proper licence or permit issued under the Wildlife Act.

(2) A firearm, bow, crossbow, fishing rod or other device that is seized under subsection (1) shall be taken before a justice who, if satisfied that at the time of seizure it was being used or possessed in contravention of the Wildlife Act or section 28 or 29 of this regulation, may order it forfeited to the Crown.

Division 6 — Preservation and Waste Management

Prohibited activity

32 (1) Except as authorized by a park officer, no person shall

(a) damage or destroy any natural resource or property in a park or recreation area,

(b) possess any natural resource or property of a park or recreation area,

(c) remove any natural resource or property from a park or recreation area,

(d) engage in any research or collection activity in a park or recreation area,

(e) remove water from a park or recreation area for purposes other than personal consumption, or

(f) deposit waste in a park or recreation area or allow or cause waste to flow on or seep into any land or water or to be emitted into the air.

(2) Subsection (1) (a) to (c) does not apply to wildlife taken under this regulation.

Litter only in receptacle provided

33 (1) No person shall deposit litter in a park or recreation area except in a receptacle, pit or area provided for that purpose by the ministry or an operator.

(2) If a receptacle, pit or area is not provided for the deposit of litter, no person shall leave litter in a park or recreation area.

Transporting litter into a park or recreation area

34 No person shall bring domestic, commercial or industrial litter into a park or recreation area for the purpose of disposal.

Division 7 — Camping and Picnicking

Designated representative

35 (1) Every party or group using a park or recreation area facility or service for which a fee is payable shall designate one person to be the designated representative of that party or group.

(2) Except as authorized by a park officer, the designated representative shall be 16 years of age or older.

(3) The designated representative shall be responsible for

(a) the registration of the party or group,

(b) the payment of fees required to be paid by that party or group under this regulation, and

(c) the actions and conduct of each person in the party or group and each guest and visitor of that party or group while in the park or recreation area.

Registration required

36 The designated representative of a party or group that camps or uses the facilities or services of a park or recreation area listed in Schedule C to this regulation shall register with the ministry or an operator, as the case may be, by providing information respecting the correct name of the designated representative, the number of persons in the party or group, the mode of transportation of the party or group, and any other information reasonably required to identify the party or group.

[am. B.C. Regs. 67/94, s. 1; 62/99, s. 1.]

Controlled public access

37 (1) No person shall, between the hours of 11 p.m. and 7 a.m. the following day, enter or remain in a campground except

(a) a person who is the member of a registered party or group, or

(b) as authorized by a park officer.

(2) Except as authorized by a park officer, no person shall, between the hours of 11 p.m. and 7 a.m. the following day, enter or remain in a day use area.

Camping restrictions

38 (1) No person shall camp in

(a) frontcountry, or

(b) backcountry less than 2 000 hectares in size

except

(c) in a campsite, or

(d) as authorized by a park officer.

(2) If backcountry is 2 000 hectares or more in size, a park officer may restrict camping to a designated area, campground or campsite.

Maximum length of stay

39 (1) Except as authorized by a park officer, no person shall camp in a park or recreation area for more than 14 days in a calendar year.

(2) Except as authorized by a park officer, no person who owns a vessel or is responsible for a vessel shall allow that vessel to remain overnight in a park or recreation area for more than 14 days in a calendar year.

Limited occupancy or use

40 (1) A park officer may

(a) limit at any one time the number of persons, vehicles or vessels in a park or recreation area or any part of a park or recreation area, or

(b) close to public use a park or recreation area or any part of a park or recreation area.

(2) Notwithstanding section 39, a park officer may limit the length of stay of a person in a park or recreation area.

Second non-recreational vehicle charge

40.1 (1) A party may have a second non-recreational vehicle on a campsite if so authorized by a park officer and on payment of a nightly charge, equal to 1/2 its camping fee.

(2) A party may not have more than one recreational vehicle on a campsite.

[en. B.C. Reg. 350/2000, s. 2.]

Maximum number of persons on a campsite

40.2 No more than 8 persons may occupy a campsite, unless a park officer authorizes a different number.

[en. B.C. Reg. 350/2000, s. 2.]

Division 8 — Fees

Fee collection period

41 (1) If fees established by this regulation are levied on an overnight basis, the overnight period shall commence at 12 noon and terminate at 12 noon the following day.

(2) If fees established by this regulation are levied on a day basis, the day period shall commence at 7 a.m. and terminate at 11 p.m. on the same day.

Payment of fees

42 The designated representative of a party or group that camps or uses a campsite or other authorized facility or area in a park or recreation area shall,

(a) in respect of a campsite or other authorized facility or area managed by the ministry, pay to the ministry the appropriate fees specified in Schedule C to this regulation, or

(b) in respect of a campsite or other authorized facility or area managed by an operator, pay to the operator the appropriate fees specified in Schedule C to this regulation.

[am. B.C. Regs. 67/94, s. 2; 62/99, s. 1.]

Sections Repealed

43 to 50 Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 67/94, s. 3.]

Exemption from fees

51 (1) The minister may, in writing, exempt a person from the requirement to pay a fee specified in Schedule C to this regulation for any purpose which, in the opinion of the minister, will benefit a park or recreation area.

(2) A person is exempt under subsection (1) to the extent and subject to the terms and conditions specified in the written exemption and the minister may, at any time after the exemption is given, cancel the exemption as the minister considers appropriate.

(3) The minister may exempt the payment of fees during the shoulder season for campsites at specific parks or recreation areas in the frontcountry listed in Schedule C.

(4) The Fees listed in Schedule C for the use of a frontcountry campsite or for vehicle parking in the frontcountry do not apply to a party containing one or more persons who produce BC Parks approved evidence of receiving federal or provincial income assistance for persons with disabilities.

[am. B.C. Regs. 67/94, s. 4; 62/99, s. 2; 47/2002; 25/2003, s. 2.]

Fees for seniors

52 (1) The fee for a senior during the shoulder season for the use of a frontcountry campsite is calculated at one half of the applicable frontcountry camping fee listed in the Appendix of Fees in Schedule C.

(2) The fees applicable to a senior under this regulation apply to a party if

(a) the party includes one or more seniors, and

(b) no person, other than the senior or the spouse of the senior, is an adult.

[en. B.C. Reg. 62/99, s. 3; am. B.C. Reg. 177/2004, s. 1.]

Park use permit and resource use permit fees

53 (1) A person applying for a park use permit or resource use permit for a purpose listed in Schedule K, Part 1, Column 1, must pay to the minister the application fee set out opposite that purpose in Column 2.

(2) A permit holder must, for a request or requirement listed in Schedule K, Part 2, Column 1, pay to the minister the fee set out in Column 2 opposite that request or requirement.

(3) A person to whom a permit listed in Schedule K, Part 3, Column 1 is issued must pay to the minister the fee set out opposite that permit type in Column 2

(a) in the case of a permit issued for a term of one year or less, when the permit is issued, and

(b) in the case of a permit issued for a term of more than one year, when the permit is issued and, annually thereafter, before the anniversary date of the issue of the permit, until the end of the term.

(4) No fee is payable under this section for a park use permit or resource use permit issued

(a) to British Columbia or to Canada,

(b) for the purposes of research,

(c) for public telephones,

(d) for recreation service delivery permits,

(e) for exploration and development work authorized by an approved reclamation permit issued under the Mines Act, being undertaken on a mineral claim in good standing in a recreation area designated under section 23 of the Mineral Tenure Act,

(f) for a use for which, prior to April 1, 1988, no fee was payable, or

(g) if the minister directs that payment is not required.

(5) Subject to subsections (4) and (6), the fees payable under this section are in addition to and not instead of any other amount payable by an applicant or permit holder under the Act, this regulation, or another enactment.

(6) No fee listed in Parts 3 and 4 of Schedule K for a park use permit or resource use permit is payable if the permit is issued to a non-profit organization.

[en. B.C. Reg. 437/2004, s. 1.]

Sections Repealed

54 to 55 Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 67/94, s. 3.]

Division 9 — Park Rangers

Park ranger responsibilities

56 The following enactments are prescribed for purposes of section 4 (3) (b) of the Act:

(a) regulations under the Ecological Reserve Act;

(b) sections 12 and 13 of the Environmental Management Act;

(c) section 9 of the Firearm Act;

(d) Liquor Control and Licensing Act;

(e) Motor Vehicle Act and regulations under that Act;

(f) Motor Vehicle (All Terrain) Act and regulations under that Act;

(g) sections 4, 5 and 8 of the Trespass Act.

[en. B.C. Reg. 193/2005, App. A, s. 3.]

Schedule A

[en. B.C. Reg. 242/2004, s. 2.]

Prohibition of Aircraft Arrivals and Departures and Exceptions

(Section 27 (2))

Column 1
Areas of Prohibited Aircraft
 Arrival/Departure
Column 2
Exceptions
Akamina-Kishinena Park as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
Bowron Lake Park north of GPS coordinate N5900416 (north of 53— 01' 07.4") on Bowron Lake
Brooks Peninsula Park other than
Columbia Cove and Klaskish Anchorage
(a) with prior authorization from a park officer, or
(b) as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
Bugaboo Park as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
Cape Scott Park (a) with prior authorization from a park officer, or
(b) as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
Cathedral Park (a) from December 1 to March 31, at or from Lake of the Woods,
Quiniscoe Lake, Glacier Lake, Pyramid Lake or Ladyslipper Lake, or
(b) as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
Cummins Lakes Park as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
E. C. Manning Park as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
Elk Lakes Park (a) with prior authorization from a park officer, or
(b) as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
Garibaldi Park with prior authorization from a park officer
Goat Range Park with prior authorization from a park officer
Height of the Rockies Park as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
Cecilia Lake at Kakwa Park with prior authorization from a park officer
Khutzeymateen Park (a) at or from Ryan Lake but only with prior authorization from a park officer, or
(b) as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
Kianuko Park as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
Kokanee Glacier Park as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
Lava Forks Park (a) with prior authorization from a park officer, or
(b) as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
Mitlenatch Island Nature Park [no exceptions]
Monashee Park other than Peters Lake (a) with prior authorization from a park officer, or
(b) as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
Mount Assiniboine Park as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
Buckley Lake, Mowchilla Lake, Little Ball Lake
and Little Arctic Lake at Mount Edziza Park
(a) with prior authorization from a park officer, or
(b) as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
Lava flows (on the Kitsu Plateau situated
south-southwest of Raspberry Pass) at
Mount Edziza Park, from an elevation of 5 500 feet or higher
[no exceptions]
Mount Robson Park other than Moose Lake as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
Purcell Wilderness Conservancy Park as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
St. Mary—s Alpine Park as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
Schoen Lake Park [no exceptions]
Happy Lake, Metsantan Lake, the unnamed lake west of
Tuaton Mountain (Map Sheet 104H/8 UTM 481-489),
the unnamed lake west of Buckinghorse Lake
(Map Sheet 104H/17 UTM 241-498) and the Spatsizi
River above Hyland Post at Spatsizi Plateau Wilderness Park
(a) with prior authorization from a park officer, or
(b) as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
Stein Valley Nlaka—pamux Heritage Park [no exceptions]
Strathcona Park other than Buttle Lake, Gold Lake,
Great Central Lake, Megin Lake or Upper Campbell Lake
(a) with prior authorization from a park officer, or
(b) as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
Swan Lake Kispiox River Park other than
Footsore Lake, Swordgrass Lake, Swan Lake
and Brown Bear Lake
as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
Tantalus Park other than Lake Lovely Water (a) with prior authorization from a park officer, or
(b) as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
Hoy Lake and the unnamed lake southwest of
Kitchener Lake (Map Sheet 104E/17 UTM 241-498) at Tatlatui Park
(a) with prior authorization from a park officer, or
(b) as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
Tetrahedron Park as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
Top of the World Park (a) with prior authorization from a park officer, or
(b) as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
Fenton Lake, Kidney Lake, Vista Lake and
Widgeon Lake at Tweedsmuir Park
(a) with prior authorization from a park officer, or
(b) as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
Junker Lake at Tweedsmuir Park (a) on Saturdays and Sundays from May 1 to September 15
between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.,
(b) with prior authorization from a park officer, or
(c) as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
Valhalla Park other than Avis Lake,
Demers Lake and Evans Lake
(a) with prior authorization from a park officer, or
(b) as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
Wells Gray Park other than Clearwater Lake and
Mahood Lake
(a) at or from Azure Lake, Hobson Lake or McDougall Lake,
but only with prior authorization from a park officer, or
(b) as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
West Arm Park as authorized by a valid and subsisting park use permit
White Pelican Park at or from Stum Lake but only with prior authorization from a park officer

 

Schedule B

[en. B.C. Reg. 192/2005.]

Use of Hunting Weapons in Parks and Recreation Areas

Adams Lake Marine Park Little Andrews Bay Park
Akamina-Kishinena Park Lockhart Creek Park
Anarchist Protected Area Lower Nimpkish Park
Anhluut'ukwsim Laxmihl Lower Raush Protected Area
   Angwinga'asanskwhl Main Lake Park
   Nisga'a [Nisga'a Mermorial Lava Bed Park] Malaspina Park
Anstey-Hunakwa Park Marble Range Park
Arctic Pacific Lakes Park Marble River Park
Arrowstone Park Marl Creek Park
Atlin Park Maxhamish Lake Protected Area
Atlin Recreation Area McConnell Lake Park
Babine Lake Marine Park McDonald Creek Park
Babine Mountains Park Mehatl Creek Park
Babine Mountains Trails Milligan Hills Park
Babine River Corridor Park Momich Lakes Park
Banana Island Park Monashee Park (addition)
Bearhole Lake Park Monkman Park (addition)
Bearhole Lake Protected Area Moose Valley Park
Beatton River Park Mount Assiniboine Park
Bedard Aspen Park Mount Blanchet Park
Big Creek Park Mount Ediziza Park
Bishop River Park Mount Elphinstone Park
Bligh Island Marine Park Mount Griffin Park
Blue Earth Lake Park Mount Pope Park
Blue River Black Spruce Park Mount Richardson Park
Blue River Pine Park Mount Robson Park (addition)
Bobtail Mountain Park Mount Savona Park
Bocock Peak Park Mud Lake Delta Park
Bodega Ridge Park Mudzenchoot Park
Bonaparte Park Muncho Lake Park
Border Lake Park Muscovite Lakes Park
Boulder Creek Park Myra-Bellevue Park
Bowron Lake Park (addition) Myra-Bellevue Protected Area
Boya Lake Park Nahatlatch Park
Brent Mountain Protected Area Nahatlach Protected Area
Brooks Peninsula Park Naikoon Park
Browne Lake Park Nalbeelah Creek Wetlands Park
Bugaboo Park Nation Lakes Park
Bulkley Junction Park Nazko Lake Park
Burns Lake Park Nechako Canyon Protected Area
Buse Lake Protected Area Netalzul Meadows Park
Butler Ridge Park Nickel Plate Park
Caligata Lake Park Nilkitwa Lake Park
Callaghan Lake Park Nimpkish Lake Park
Cape Scott Park Ningunsaw Park
Cariboo Mountains Park North Thompson Islands Park
Cariboo River Park North Thompson Oxbows East Park
Carmanah Walbran Park North Thompson Oxbows Manteau Park
Carp Lake Park Northern Rocky Mountains Park
Cascade Recreation Area Northern Rocky Mountains Protected Area
Catala Island Marine Park Nuchatlitz Park
Cathedral Park Nunsti Park
Cathedral Protected Area Octopus Islands Marine Park
Chase Park Okanagan Mountain Park
Chasm Park Omineca Park
Chilliwack Lake Park Omineca Protected Area
Chu Chua Cottonwood Park Oregon Jack Park
Chukachida Protected Area Owyacumish River Park
Churn Creek Protected Area Painted Bluffs Park
Cinnemousun Narrows Park Peace River Corridor Park
Claud Elliott Lake Park Pennask Creek Park
Clayoquot  Arm Park Pillar Park
Clayoquot Plateau Park Pilot Bay Park
Clendinning Park Pine Le Moray Park
Close-To-The-Edge-Park Pine River Breaks Park
Close-To-The-Edge Protected Area Pinecome Burke Park
Coquihalla Summit Recreation Area Pink Mountain Park
Cornwall Hills Park Pitman River Protected Area
Craig Headwaters Protected Area Porcupine Meadows Park
Crooked River Park (addition) Portage Brule Rapids Protected Area
Cummins Lakes Park Premier Lake Park
Cummins River Protected Area Prophet River Hotsprings Park
Dahl Lake Park (addition) Ptarmigan Creek Park
Dala-Kildala Rivers Estuaries Park Ptarmigan Creek Protected Area
Dall River Old Growth Park Pukeashun Protected Area
Damdochax Protected Area Purcell Wilderness Conservancy Corridor Protected Area
Darke Lake Park Purcell Wilderness Conservancy Park
Dawley Passage Park Purden Lake Park (addition)
Denetiah Corridor Protected Area Pyramid Creek Falls Park
Denetiah Park Quatsino Park
Duck Lake Protected Area Rainbow Alley Park
Dune Za Keyih Park Redfern-Keily Park
Dune Za Keyih Protected Area Roche Lake Park
Dunn Peak Protected Area Rubyrock Lake Park
Eagle Bay Park Sandy Island Marine Park
Eakin Creek Canyon Park Scatter River Old Growth Park
Eakin Creek Floodplain Park Schoen Lake Park
Ed Bird-Estella Park Schoolhouse Lake Park
Edge Hills Park Seven Sisters Park
Ekwan Lake Protected Area Seven Sisters Protected Area
Elephant Hill Park Shuswap Lake Marine Park
Elk Lakes Park Shuswap River Islands Park
Elk Valley Park Sikanni Chief Canyon Protected Area
Emar Lakes Park Sikanni Chief Falls Protected Area
Enderby Cliffs Protected Area Sikanni Old Growth Park
Eneas Lakes Park Silver Star Park
English Lake Park Simson Park
Entiako Park Six Mile Hill Park
Entiako Protected Area Skagit Valley Park
Epper Passage Park Skookumchuck Rapids Park
Erg Mountain Park Sleeping Beauty Mountain Park
Eskers Park (Addition) Slim Creek Park
Evanoff Park Small River Caves Park
Finger-Tatuk Park Smith River-Fort Halkett Park
Finlay-Russel Park Snowy Protected Area
Finlay-Russel Protected Area Sooke Mountain Park
Finn Creek Park South Okanagan Grasslands Protected Area
Fintry Protected Area South Texada Island Park
Fiordland Recreation Area Spatsizi Headwaters Park
Flat Lake Park Spatsizi Plateau Wilderness Park
Flores Island Park Spipiyus Park
Foch-Gilttoyees Park Spruce Lake Protected Area
Fort George Canyon Park St. Mary—s Alpine Park
Foster Arm Protected Area Stein Valley Nlaka—pamux Heritage Park
Francois Lake Park Stikine River Park
Francois Lake Protected Area Stone Mountain Park
Fraser River Park Strathcona Park (additions)
Gibson Marine Park Stuart Lake Marine Park
Gilnockie Park Stuart Lake Park
Giscome Portage Trail Protected Area Stuart River Park
Gitnadoiks River Park Sue Channel Park
Gladstone Park Sugarbowl-Grizzly Den Park
Goat Range Park Sugarbowl-Grizzly Den Protected Area
God's Pocket Marine Park Sulphur Passage Park
Goguka Creek Protected Area Sustut Park
Gold Muchalat Park Sustut Protected Area
Graham-Laurier Park Sutherland River Park
Granby Park Sutherland River Protected Area
Graystokes Park Swan Lake Kispiox River Park
Great Glacier Park Sydney Inlet Park
Greenbush Lake Protected Area Syringa Park
Gwillim Lake Park (addition) Tahsish-Kwois Park
Hai Lake-Mount Herman Park Takla Lake Marine Park (addition)
Hakai Recreation Area Tantalus Park
Hamber Park Tatlatui Park
Harbour-Dudgeon Lakes Park Tatshenshini-Alsek Park
Harry Lake Aspen Park Taweel Park
Hay River Protected Area Thinahtea North Protected Area
Heather-Dina Lakes Park Thinahtea South Protected Area
Height of the Rockies Three Sisters Lake Park
Hesquiat Lake Park Thurston Bay Marine Park
Hesquiat Peninsula Park Toad River Hotsprings Park
High Lakes Basin Park Todagin South Slope Park
Hole-in-the-Wall Park Top of the World Park
Holliday Creek Arch Protected Area Tranquil Creek Park
Homathko Estuary Park Trembleur Lake Park
Homathko River-Tatlayoko Protected Area Trepanier Protected Area
Horneline Creek Park Ts—il?os Park
Huchsduwachsdu Nuyem Jees/Kitlope Heritage Conservancy Protected Area Tsintsunko Lakes Park
Indian Arm Park Tunkwa Park
Inland Lake Park Tuya Mountains Park
Itcha Ilgachuz Park Tweedsmuir Corridor Protected Area
Jackman Flats Park Tweedsmuir Park
Jackpine Remnant Protected Area Uncha Mountain Red Hills Park
Junction Sheep Range Park Upper Adams River Park
Kakwa Park Upper Lillooet Park
Kakwa Recreation Area Upper Raush Protected Area
Kalamalka Lake Protected Area Upper Seymour Park
Keremeos Columns Park Upper Violet Creek Park
Khutzeymateen Park Valhalla Park
Kianuko Park Vargas Island Park
Kikomun Creek Park Vaseux Protected Area
Kingfisher Creek Park Walhachin Oxbows Park
Kiskatinaw River Protected Area Wapiti Lake Park
Kitimat River Park Wells Gray Park
Kitwanga Mountain Park West Arm Park
Klin-se-za Protected Area West Twin Park
Klua Lakes Protected Area West Twin Protected Area
Kluskoil Lake Park Whiskers Point Park (addition)
Kokanee Glacier Park White Lake Grasslands Protected Area
Kotcho Lake Village Site Park White Pelican Park
Kwadacha Wilderness Park White Ridge Park
Lac du Bois Grasslands Park Whiteswan Lake Park
Lakelse Lake Wetlands Park Windermere Lake Park
Lava Forks Park Wire Cache Park
Liard River Corridor Park Woss Lake Park
Liard River Corridor Protected Area Wrinkly Face Park
Liard River West Corridor Park  

 

Schedule C

[en. B.C. Reg. 62/99, s. 4; am. B.C. Regs. 350/2000, ss. 3 and 4; 351/2000; 352/2000; 25/2003, ss. 3 to 5;
 215/2003; 301/2003; 317/2003; 177/2004, ss. 2 and 3; 115/2005.]

Fees for the Use of Park and Recreation Area
Facilities and Services

1 The following apply to the fees and specific facilities and services listed in the Appendix of Fees:

(a) the Goods and Service Tax (GST) is included in all fees except for overnight use of cabin accommodation by a party that is GST exempt;

(b) the fee for the overnight use of dock and mooring buoy facilities applies to vessels that tie or anchor to another vessel using the dock or mooring buoy facilities;

(c) the fee for backcountry camping or overnight use of cabin accommodation does not apply to children under 13 years of age;

(d) the west side of the Bowron Lake Circuit means Bowron Lake, Spectacle Lakes, Skoi Lake, Babcock Lake and Unna Lake;

(e) the annual fee (January 1 to December 31 of each year) for access by vessel applies to Cinnemousun Narrows, Silver Beach, Shuswap Lake Marine (Multi-Site) and Anstey-Hunakwa Parks;

(f) Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 350/2000, s. 3 (b).]

(g) the fee for group camping in a park is either $50/night or the amount calculated using the per party rate listed in the Appendix of Fees, whichever is more.

2 (1) The fee for a Recreation Stewardship Annual Pass, which allows for its duration free parking

(a) for a vehicle other than a bus in the frontcountry, is $50, and

(b) for a bus in the frontcountry is $50 until December 31, 2004.

(1.1) Commencing January 1, 2005, the fee for a Bus Annual Pass, which allows for its duration unlimited parking for a bus in the frontcountry, is $250.

(1.2) Commencing April 1, 2005, the fee for a bus other than a school bus to park at Mount Robson Provincial Park or frontcountry where vehicle parking fees are collected is $25 a day if that bus does not display a Bus Annual Pass.

(2) The fee for vehicle parking in the frontcountry without displaying either a current Recreation Stewardship Annual Pass or a valid receipt for overnight camping in that park is $1 for one hour or less, or $3 a day at the following parks:

Bamberton   Bear Creek
Brandywine Falls   Coquihalla Canyon
E.C. Manning   Ellison
Englishman River   French Beach
Garibaldi   Goldstream
Gordon Bay   Herald
Kalamalka Lake   Kekuli Bay
Lac Le Jeune   Little Qualicum Falls
Mabel Lake   MacMillan
Mara   Montague Harbour
Murrin   Okanagan Lake
Paul Lake   Porpoise Bay
Rolley Lake   Ruckle
Shannon Falls   Shuswap Lake
Sooke Potholes   Sproat Lake
Sun-Oka Beach    

(3) The fee for vehicle parking in the frontcountry without displaying either a current Recreation Stewardship Annual Pass or a valid receipt for overnight camping in that park is $1 for one hour or less, or $5 a day at the following parks:

Alice Lake   Cultus Lake
Cypress   Golden Ears
Juan de Fuca   Miracle Beach
Mount Seymour   Porteau Cove
Sasquatch    

(4) The fee for vehicle parking without displaying either a current Recreation Stewardship Annual Pass or a valid receipt for overnight camping in Rathtrevor Beach is $5 a day, or $1 an hour for the first 4 hours.

Appendix of Fees

PARK - DESCRIPTION FEE
ADAMS LAKE - frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
AKAMINA-KISHINENA - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
ALICE LAKE - frontcountry camping $22.00 /party /night
ALICE LAKE - group camping $22.00 /party /night
ALICE LAKE - sani station $2.00 /discharge
ALICE LAKE - walk/cycle in - frontcountry camping $17.00 /party /night
ALICE LAKE - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
ALLISON LAKE - frontcountry camping $10.00 /party /night
ANSTEY-HUNAKWA - camping-annual fee $600.00 /vessel
ANSTEY-HUNAKWA - camping $14.00 /vessel /night
ARROW LAKES - SHELTER BAY - frontcountry camping $10.00 /party /night
BABINE LAKE MARINE - Pendleton Bay - frontcountry camping $10.00 /party /night
BABINE LAKE MARINE - Smithers Landing - frontcountry camping $10.00 /party /night
BABINE MOUNTAINS - cabin $5.00 /person /night
BAMBERTON - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
BAMBERTON - winter frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
BARKERVILLE - Forest Rose - frontcountry camping $17.00 /party /night
BARKERVILLE - Government Hill - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
BARKERVILLE - group camping $17.00 /party /night
BARKERVILLE - Lowhee - frontcountry camping $17.00 /party /night
BARKERVILLE - sani station $2.00 /discharge
BEAR CREEK - frontcountry camping $22.00 /party /night
BEAR CREEK - sani station $2.00 /discharge
BEATTON - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
BEATTON - group camping $14.00 /party /night
BEATTON - group picnicking $35.00 /group
BEATTON - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
BEAUMONT - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
BEAUMONT - sani station $2.00 /discharge
BIG BAR LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
BIRKENHEAD LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
BIRKENHEAD LAKE - sani station $2.00 /discharge
BLANKET CREEK - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
BOUNDARY CREEK - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
BOWRON LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
BOWRON LAKE - Circuit $60.00 /single canoe
BOWRON LAKE - Circuit - per voyageur canoe >3 persons $60.00 /person
BOWRON LAKE - Circuit $120.00 /double canoe
BOWRON LAKE - West Side $30.00 /single canoe
BOWRON LAKE - West Side $60.00 /double canoe
BOWRON LAKE - West Side - per voyageur canoe >3 persons $30.00 /person
BOYA LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
BRANDYWINE FALLS - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
BRIDGE LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
BROMLEY ROCK - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
BUCKINGHORSE RIVER WAY - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
BUGABOO - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
BULL CANYON - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
BURNS LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
CANIM BEACH - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
CAPE SCOTT - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
CARIBOO MOUNTAINS - frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
CARMANAH WALBRAN - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
CARP LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
CARP LAKE - Islands - frontcountry camping $10.00 /party /night
CARP LAKE - sani station $2.00 /discharge
CASCADE R.A. - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
CATHEDRAL - Core Area - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
CHAMPION LAKES - frontcountry camping $17.00 /party /night
CHAMPION LAKES - sani station $2.00 /discharge
CHARLIE LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
CHARLIE LAKE - group picnicking $35.00 /group
CHARLIE LAKE - sani station $2.00 /discharge
CHEHALIS RIVER - frontcountry camping $10.00 /party /night
CHEMAINUS RIVER - frontcountry camping $10.00 /party /night
CHILLIWACK LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
CHILLIWACK LAKE - sani station $2.00 /discharge
CINNEMOUSUN NARROWS - camping $14.00 /vessel /night
CINNEMOUSUN NARROWS - camping - annual fee $600.00 /vessel
CINNEMOUSUN NARROWS - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
CINNEMOUSUN NARROWS - sani station - 116 to 227 litres $40.00 /discharge
CINNEMOUSUN NARROWS - sani station - 228 litres plus $90.00 /discharge
CINNEMOUSUN NARROWS - sani station - up to 115 litres $15.00 /discharge
CONKLE LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
CONKLE LAKE - group camping $14.00 /party /night
CONKLE LAKE - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
COWICHAN RIVER - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
COWICHAN RIVER - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
COWICHAN RIVER - winter frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
COWICHAN RIVER - group camping $14.00 /party /night
COWICHAN RIVER - group picnicking $50.00 /group
COWICHAN RIVER - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
CROOKED RIVER - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
CROOKED RIVER - sani station $2.00 /discharge
CULTUS LAKE - frontcountry camping $22.00 /party /night
CULTUS LAKE - group camping $22.00 /party /night
CULTUS LAKE - sani station $2.00 /discharge
CULTUS LAKE - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
DAVIS LAKE - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
DAVIS LAKE - group camping $10.00 /party /night
DAVIS LAKE - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
DIANA LAKE — frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
DIONISIO  - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
DISCOVERY ISLAND - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
DOWNING - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
DREWRY POINT - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
DRY GULCH - frontcountry camping $17.00 /party /night
E.C. MANNING - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
E.C. MANNING - Coldspring - Hampton - Mule - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
E.C. MANNING - Lightning Lakes - frontcountry camping $22.00 /party /night
E.C. MANNING - Lone Duck - group camping $17.00 /party /night
E.C. MANNING - sani station $2.00 /discharge
E.C. MANNING - winter frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
E.C. MANNING - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
ECHO BAY MARINE - overnight use of mooring buoy $10.00 /vessel
ECHO BAY MARINE - overnight use of dock facilities $2.00 /metre
ELK FALLS - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
ELK FALLS - sani station $2.00 /discharge
ELK FALLS - winter frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
ELK LAKES - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
ELLISON - frontcountry camping $17.00 /party /night
EMORY CREEK - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
ENGLISHMAN RIVER FALLS - frontcountry camping $17.00 /party /night
ENGLISHMAN RIVER FALLS - winter frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
ETHEL F. WILSON MEMORIAL - frontcountry camping $10.00 /party /night
EXCHAMSIKS RIVER - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
FILLONGLEY - frontcountry camping $17.00 /party /night
FILLONGLEY - winter frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
FINGER-TATUK - frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
FINTRY - frontcountry camping $22.00 /party /night
FINTRY - group camping $22.00 /party /night
FINTRY - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
FLORES ISLAND - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
FRENCH BEACH - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
FRENCH BEACH - group camping $14.00 /party /night
FRENCH BEACH - group picnicking $50.00 /group
FRENCH BEACH - sani station $2.00 /discharge
FRENCH BEACH - winter frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
FRENCH BEACH - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
GARIBALDI - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
GARIBALDI - cabin $10.00 /person /night
GARIBALDI - cabin $25.00 /family /night
GARIBALDI - Elfin - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
GARIBALDI - Garibaldi Lake - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
GARIBALDI - Red Heather - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
GARIBALDI - Taylor Meadows - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
GIBSON MARINE - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
GLADSTONE - Texas Creek - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
GLADSTONE MARINE - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
GOAT RANGE - frontcountry camping $10.00 /party /night
GOLDEN EARS - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
GOLDEN EARS - frontcountry camping $22.00 /party /night
GOLDEN EARS - group camping $22.00 /party /night
GOLDEN EARS - marine - frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
GOLDEN EARS - North Beach - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
GOLDEN EARS - sani station $2.00 /discharge
GOLDEN EARS - winter frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
GOLDEN EARS - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
GOLDPAN - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
GOLDSTREAM - frontcountry camping $22.00 /party /night
GOLDSTREAM - group camping $22.00 /party /night
GOLDSTREAM - group picnicking $50.00 /group
GOLDSTREAM - sani station $2.00 /discharge
GOLDSTREAM - winter frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
GOLDSTREAM - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
GORDON BAY - frontcountry camping $22.00 /party /night
GORDON BAY - group camping $22.00 /party /night
GORDON BAY - group picnicking $50.00 /group
GORDON BAY - sani station $2.00 /discharge
GORDON BAY - winter frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
GORDON BAY - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
GREEN LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
GREEN LAKE - group camping $14.00 /party /night
GREEN LAKE - group picnicking $35.00 /group
GREEN LAKE - sani station $2.00 /discharge
GREEN LAKE - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
HALKETT BAY - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
HALKETT BAY - overnight use of mooring buoy $10.00 /vessel
HALKETT BAY - overnight use of dock facilities $2.00 /metre
HAYNES POINT - frontcountry camping $22.00 /party /night
HERALD - frontcountry camping $22.00 /party /night
HERALD - sani station $2.00 /discharge
HORSEFLY LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
INDIAN ARM - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
INKANEEP - frontcountry camping $10.00 /party /night
INLAND LAKE - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
INLAND LAKE - cabin $14.00 /person /night
INLAND LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
JEWEL LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
JIMSMITH LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
JOHNSTONE CREEK - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
JUAN DE FUCA - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
JUAN DE FUCA - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
JUAN DE FUCA - sani station $2.00 /discharge
JUAN DE FUCA - winter frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
JUNIPER BEACH - frontcountry camping $17.00 /party /night
JUNIPER BEACH - sani station $2.00 /discharge
KEKULI BAY - frontcountry camping $22.00 /party /night
KENTUCKY-ALLEYNE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
KENTUCKY-ALLEYNE - group camping $14.00 /party /night
KENTUCKY-ALLEYNE - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
KETTLE RIVER R.A. - frontcountry camping $17.00 /party /night
KETTLE RIVER R.A. - group camping $17.00 /party /night
KETTLE RIVER R.A. - sani station $2.00 /discharge
KETTLE RIVER R.A. - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
KHUTZEYMATEEN - backcountry camping $15.00 /person /night
KIKOMUN CREEK - frontcountry camping $22.00 /party /night
KIKOMUN CREEK - group camping $22.00 /party /night
KIKOMUN CREEK - sani station $2.00 /discharge
KIKOMUN CREEK - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
KINASKAN LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
KLEANZA CREEK - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
KOKANEE CREEK - frontcountry camping $22.00 /party /night
KOKANEE CREEK - group camping $22.00 /party /night
KOKANEE CREEK - sani station $2.00 /discharge
KOKANEE CREEK - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
KOKANEE GLACIER - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
KOKANEE GLACIER - cabin - December 1 to May 31 $35.00 /person /night
KOKANEE GLACIER - cabin - June 1 to November 30 $30.00 /family /night
KOKANEE GLACIER - cabin - June 1 to November 30 $15.00 /person /night
KOKSILAH RIVER - frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
KOOTENAY LAKE - Campbell Bay - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
KOOTENAY LAKE - Coffee Creek - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
KOOTENAY LAKE - Davis Creek - frontcountry camping $10.00 /party /night
KOOTENAY LAKE - Lost Ledge - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
KOOTENAY LAKE - Midge Creek - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
LAC LA HACHE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
LAC LA HACHE - sani station $2.00 /discharge
LAC LE JEUNE - frontcountry camping $17.00 /party /night
LAC LE JEUNE - sani station $2.00 /discharge
LAKELSE LAKE - frontcountry camping $20.00 /party /night
LAKELSE LAKE - group camping $20.00 /party /night
LAKELSE LAKE - sani station $2.00 /discharge
LAKELSE LAKE - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
LIARD RIVER HOTSPRINGS — day use area visit (adult) $5.00/day
LIARD RIVER HOTSPRINGS — day use area visit (adult) — annual pass $10.00
LIARD RIVER HOTSPRINGS — day use area visit (child 6-12 years old) $3.00/day
LIARD RIVER HOTSPRINGS — day use area visit (family) $10.00/day
LIARD RIVER HOTSPRINGS — day use area visit (family) — annual pass $20.00
LIARD RIVER HOTSPRINGS - frontcountry camping - May 1 to Aug. 31 $17.00 /party /night
LIARD RIVER HOTSPRINGS - frontcountry camping - the day after Thanksgiving day to Apr 30 $14.00 /party /night
LITTLE QUALICUM FALLS - frontcountry camping $17.00 /party /night
LITTLE QUALICUM FALLS - winter frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
LOCKHART BEACH - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
LOON LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
LOVELAND BAY - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
LOVELAND BAY - group camping $14.00 /party /night
LOVELAND BAY - winter frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
LOVELAND BAY - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
MABEL LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
MABEL LAKE - group camping $14.00 /party /night
MABEL LAKE - sani station $2.00 /discharge
MABEL LAKE - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
MAQUINNA MARINE — day use area visit $3.00/person/day
MARBLE CANYON - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
MARTHA CREEK - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
MCDONALD CREEK - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
MEZIADIN LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
MIRACLE BEACH - frontcountry camping $22.00 /party /night
MIRACLE BEACH - group camping $22.00 /party /night
MIRACLE BEACH - group picnicking $50.00 /group
MIRACLE BEACH - sani station $2.00 /discharge
MIRACLE BEACH - winter frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
MIRACLE BEACH - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
MOBERLY LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
MOBERLY LAKE - group picnicking $35.00 /group
MOBERLY LAKE - sani station $2.00 /discharge
MOMICH LAKES - frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
MONASHEE - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
MONCK - frontcountry camping $17.00 /party /night
MONCK - sani station $2.00 /discharge
MONTAGUE HARBOUR - frontcountry camping $17.00 /party /night
MONTAGUE HARBOUR - group camping $17.00 /party /night
MONTAGUE HARBOUR - group picnicking $50.00 /group
MONTAGUE HARBOUR - overnight use of mooring buoy $10.00 /vessel
MONTAGUE HARBOUR - overnight use of dock facilities $2.00 /metre
MONTAGUE HARBOUR - winter frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
MONTAGUE HARBOUR - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
MOOSE VALLEY - frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
MORTON LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
MORTON LAKE - winter frontcountry camping $10.00 /party /night
MOUNT ASSINIBOINE - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
MOUNT ASSINIBOINE - cabin $15.00 /person /night
MOUNT ASSINIBOINE - cabin $30.00 /family /night
MOUNT FERNIE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
MOUNT ROBSON - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
MOUNT ROBSON - group camping $17.00 /party /night
MOUNT ROBSON - group picnicking $50.00 /group
MOUNT ROBSON - Lucerne - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
MOUNT ROBSON - Robson Meadows - frontcountry camping $17.00 /party /night
MOUNT ROBSON - Robson River - frontcountry camping $17.00 /party /night
MOUNT ROBSON - sani station $2.00 /discharge
MOUNT ROBSON - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
MOUNT SEYMOUR - frontcountry camping $22.00 /party /night
MOUNT SEYMOUR - group camping $10.00 /party /night
MOUNT SEYMOUR - group picnicking $50.00 /group
MOUNT SEYMOUR - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
MOYIE LAKE - frontcountry camping $22.00 /party /night
MOYIE LAKE - sani station $2.00 /discharge
MUNCHO LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
MUNCHO LAKE - Overflow - frontcountry camping $10.00 /party /night
NAHATLATCH - frontcountry camping $10.00 /party /night
NAIKOON - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
NAIKOON - group camping $14.00 /party /night
NAIKOON - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
NAIRN FALLS - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
NAIRN FALLS - group camping $14.00 /party /night
NAIRN FALLS - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
NAIRN FALLS - sani station $2.00 /discharge
NANCY GREENE - frontcountry camping $10.00 /party /night
NAZKO LAKE - frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
NEWCASTLE ISLAND - overnight use of mooring buoy $10.00 /vessel
NEWCASTLE ISLAND - overnight use of dock facilities $2.00 /metre
NEWCASTLE ISLAND - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
NEWCASTLE ISLAND - winter frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
NEWCASTLE ISLAND - group camping $14.00 /party /night
NEWCASTLE ISLAND - group picnicking $50.00 /group
NEWCASTLE ISLAND - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
NICOLUM RIVER - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
NISGA'A MEMORIAL LAVA BED - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
NISKONLITH LAKE - frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
NORBURY LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
NORTH THOMPSON RIVER - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
NORTH THOMPSON RIVER - sani station $2.00 /discharge
OKANAGAN FALLS - frontcountry camping $17.00 /party /night
OKANAGAN LAKE - frontcountry camping $22.00 /party /night
OKANAGAN LAKE - sani station $2.00 /discharge
OKANAGAN MOUNTAIN - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
OKEOVER ARM - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
OTTER LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
PAARENS BEACH - frontcountry camping $10.00 /party /night
PAUL LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
PAUL LAKE - group camping $14.00 /party /night
PAUL LAKE - group picnicking $35.00 /group
PAUL LAKE - sani station $2.00 /discharge
PAUL LAKE - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
PEACE ARCH - group picnic building $200.00 /group
PENNASK LAKE - frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
PILOT BAY - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
PILOT BAY - camping $9.00 /vessel /night
PINECONE BURKE - Widgeon Creek - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
PINECONE BURKE - Widgeon Creek - group camping $9.00 /party /night
PINECONE BURKE - Widgeon Creek - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
PINECONE BURKE - marine - frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
PIRATES COVE MARINE - overnight use of mooring buoy $10.00 /vessel 
PIRATES COVE MARINE - overnight use of dock facilities $2.00 /metre
PIRATES COVE MARINE - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
PLUMPER COVE - overnight use of mooring buoy $10.00 /vessel
PLUMPER COVE - overnight use of dock facilities $2.00 /metre
PLUMPER COVE - group picnicking $50.00 /group
PLUMPER COVE - walk/cycle in - frontcountry camping $10.00 /party /night
PORPOISE BAY - frontcountry camping $20.00 /party /night
PORPOISE BAY - group camping $20.00 /party /night
PORPOISE BAY - group picnicking $50.00 /group
PORPOISE BAY - walk/cycle in - frontcountry camping $10.00 /party /night
PORPOISE BAY - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
PORTEAU COVE - overnight use of mooring buoy $10.00 /vessel
PORTEAU COVE - overnight use of dock facilities $2.00 /metre
PORTEAU COVE - frontcountry camping $22.00 /party /night
PORTEAU COVE - sani station $2.00 /discharge
PORTEAU COVE - walk/cycle in - frontcountry camping $10.00 /party /night
PORTEAU COVE - winter frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
PREMIER LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
PRUDHOMME LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
PURCELL WILDERNESS CONSERVANCY - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
PURDEN LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
PURDEN LAKE - sani station $2.00 /discharge
RATHTREVOR BEACH - frontcountry camping $22.00 /party /night
RATHTREVOR BEACH - group camping $22.00 /party /night
RATHTREVOR BEACH - group picnicking $50.00 /group
RATHTREVOR BEACH - sani station $2.00 /discharge
RATHTREVOR BEACH - walk/cycle in - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
RATHTREVOR BEACH - winter frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
RATHTREVOR BEACH - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
RED BLUFF - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
ROBERTS CREEK - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
ROBERTS CREEK - sani station $2.00 /discharge
ROCHE LAKE - frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
ROLLEY LAKE - frontcountry camping $22.00 /party /night
ROLLEY LAKE - group camping $22.00 /party /night
ROLLEY LAKE - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
ROLLY LAKE - sani station $2.00 /discharge
ROSEBERY - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
ROSS LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
ROSS LAKE - group camping $14.00 /party /night
ROSS LAKE - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
RUCKLE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
RUCKLE - group camping $14.00 /party /night
RUCKLE - group picnicking $50.00 /group
RUCKLE - winter frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
RUCKLE - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
SALTERY BAY - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
SALTERY BAY - sani station $2.00 /discharge
SASQUATCH - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
SASQUATCH - group camping $14.00 /party /night
SASQUATCH - sani station $2.00 /discharge
SASQUATCH - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
SCHOEN LAKE - frontcountry camping $10.00 /party /night
SEELEY LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
SHANNON FALLS - group picnicking $50.00 /group
SHUSWAP LAKE - frontcountry camping $22.00 /party /night
SHUSWAP LAKE - group camping $22.00 /party /night
SHUSWAP LAKE - sani station $2.00 /discharge
SHUSWAP LAKE - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
SHUSWAP LAKE MARINE - camping $14.00 /vessel /night
SHUSWAP LAKE MARINE- camping - annual fee $600.00 /vessel
SILVER BEACH - camping $14.00 /vessel /night
SILVER BEACH - camping - annual fee $600.00 /vessel
SILVER BEACH - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
SILVER LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
SKAGIT VALLEY - Horse Camp - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
SKAGIT VALLEY - Ross Lake - group camping $14.00 /party /night
SKAGIT VALLEY - Ross Lake - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
SKAGIT VALLEY - Ross Lake & Silver Tip - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
SKIHIST - frontcountry camping $17.00 /party /night
SKIHIST - sani station $2.00 /discharge
SLOCAN LAKE - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
SMELT BAY - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
SMELT BAY - winter frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
SMUGGLER COVE - overnight use of mooring buoy $10.00 /vessel
SMUGGLER COVE - overnight use of dock facilities $2.00 /metre
SOWCHEA BAY - frontcountry camping $10.00 /party /night
SPATSIZI PLATEAU WILDERNESS - cabin $20.00 /person /night
SPATSIZI PLATEAU WILDERNESS - cabin $35.00/family/night
SPROAT LAKE - Overflow - frontcountry camping $20.00 /party /night
SPROAT LAKE - Upper - frontcountry camping $17.00 /party /night
SPROAT LAKE - Upper - winter frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
STAMP RIVER - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
STAMP RIVER - winter frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
STAWAMUS CHIEF - frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
STEELHEAD - frontcountry camping $17.00 /party /night
STEIN VALLEY - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
STEMWINDER - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
STONE MOUNTAIN - Summit Lake - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
STRATHCONA - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
STRATHCONA - Buttle Lake - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
STRATHCONA - Buttle Lake - winter frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
STRATHCONA - group camping $14.00 /party /night
STRATHCONA - Ralph River - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
STRATHCONA - Ralph River - winter frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
STRATHCONA - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
SUDETEN - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
SUMMIT LAKE - frontcountry camping $17.00 /party /night
SWAN LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
SWAN LAKE - group picnicking $35.00 /group
SYRINGA - frontcountry camping $17.00 /party /night
SYRINGA - sani station $2.00 /discharge
TATSHENSHINI-ALSEK — river rafting trip (Dry Bay takeout) —
July 6 to Aug 30
$125.00/person/trip
TATSHENSHINI-ALSEK — river rafting trip (Dry Bay takeout) —
Aug 31 to July 5
$100.00/person/trip
TATSHENSHINI-ALSEK — river rafting trip (other than Dry Bay takeout) $25.00/person/day
TAYLOR ARM - group camping $14.00 /party /night
TAYLOR ARM - youth group camping $50.00 /group /night
TEN MILE LAKE - Lakeside - frontcountry camping $17.00 /party /night
TEN MILE LAKE - sani station $2.00 /discharge
TEN MILE LAKE - touring - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
TETRAHEDRON - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
TETRAHEDRON - cabin $10.00 /person /night
TETRAHEDRON - cabin $25.00 /family /night
TOP-OF-THE-WORLD - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
TOP-OF-THE-WORLD - cabin $15.00 /person /night
TOP-OF-THE-WORLD - cabin $30.00 /family /night
TS'IL?OS - frontcountry camping $10.00 /party /night
TUDYAH LAKE - frontcountry camping $10.00 /party /night
TUNKWA - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
TWEEDSMUIR (NORTH) - camping $50.00 /vessel
TWEEDSMUIR (NORTH) - use of portage equipment $25.00 /vessel
TWEEDSMUIR (SOUTH) - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
TWEEDSMUIR (SOUTH) - sani station $2.00 /discharge
TWEEDSMUIR (SOUTH) - Turner Lake Chain - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
TYHEE LAKE - frontcountry camping $20.00 /party /night
TYHEE LAKE - sani station $2.00 /discharge
VALHALLA - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
VARGAS ISLAND - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
VASEUX LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
WAKES COVE - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
WALLACE ISLAND MARINE - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
WALLACE ISLAND MARINE — overnight use of mooring buoy $10.00 /vessel
WALLACE ISLAND MARINE — overnight use of dock facilities $2.00 /metre
WASA LAKE - frontcountry camping $17.00 /party /night
WASA LAKE - sani station $2.00 /discharge
WELLS GRAY - Azure Lake - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
WELLS GRAY - Clearwater Lake - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
WELLS GRAY - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
WELLS GRAY - Murtle Lake - backcountry camping $5.00 /person /night
WELLS GRAY - sani station $2.00 /discharge
WEST LAKE - group picnicking $50.00 /group
WHISKERS POINT - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
WHISKERS POINT - sani station $2.00 /discharge
WHITE LAKE - frontcountry camping $9.00 /party /night
WHITESWAN LAKE - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
WHITESWAN LAKE - sani station $2.00 /discharge
YAHK - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
YARD CREEK - frontcountry camping $14.00 /party /night
YARD CREEK - sani station $2.00 /discharge

 

Schedules D to J

Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 62/99, s. 4.]

 

Schedule K

[en. B.C. Reg. 437/2004, s. 2; am. B.C. Reg. 25/2005, Sch. s. 2]

Fees for Park Use Permits and Resource Use Permits

(Section 53)

GST applies to all fees in this schedule but is not included in the listed amounts.

Part 1 — Application Fees for Park Use Permits and Resource Use Permits

    Column 1 Column 2
    Use applied for Fee payable by applicant

1   Commercial recreation, one year or longer term — minor/low
impact, non-motorized use; multiple trips
$250
2   Commercial recreation, less than one year term — minor/low
impact, non-motorized use; single or multiple trips
Actual costs based on $50/hour staff time,
with a 2-hour minimum and $250 maximum
3   Commercial services, general — vendors and client services
including: equipment rentals, food concessions and provision
of access transportation
$250
4   Commercial recreation, motorized — major/high impact: heli-ski
operations, use of tracked vehicles, helicopters to guide ski excursions,
boat tours
$3 300
5   Minor ski areas — compact/small, minimal use of mechanized lifts,
moderate impact
$1 000
6   Major resorts — alpine ski facilities with multiple mechanized lifts,
lodges, resorts or tourism developments
Actual costs based on $50/hour staff time or
$3 300, whichever is greater
7   Communication sites — transmission/receiving structures; radio,
microwave, repeater, satellite, cellular phones
$1 000
8   Roadways — public $250
9   Roadways — industrial or private access $1 000
10   Rights-of-way (utilities) less than 25 km long — including hydro
lines, gas, fibre optics, oil, water
$1 000
11   Rights-of-way (utilities) longer than 25 km — including hydro
lines, gas, fibre optics, oil, water
Actual costs based on $50/hour staff time or
$1 000, whichever is greater
12   Agriculture or grazing $250
13   Residential — institutional or community use of private or
Crown-owned structures, with or without adjacent area;
cottages, cabins, huts
$250
14   Non-profit organizations — use of private or Crown-owned
structures; with or without adjacent area
$250
15   Private moorage — foreshore facilities; docks, wharves $250
16   Aquaculture — shellfish, molluscs, finfish $4 925
17   Quarrying — rock or aggregate removal $1 000
18   Log handling — log storage, log sorts $1 000
19   Alternative power projects — includes water and wind power $3 300
20   Energy and mining $500
21   Film production $500

Part 2 — Administration Fees for Park Use Permits

    Column 1 Column 2
    Administrative request or requirement Fee payable by permit holder

1   Permit renewal 50% of new application fee
2   Minor amendments to permit $100
3   Major amendments to permit $500
4   Assignment and sub-tenure or transfer $250
5   Preparation of a certified true copy of a document $50
6   Information from ministry records $50/hour of staff time, $25 minimum charge
7   Reinstatement of a cancelled permit $300
8   Photocopying first 20 pages free, then each page (single-sided) is$0.25 if more than
20 pages copied
9   Map prints/copies $10 each

 

Part 3 — General Fees

Item Column 1 Column 2 Column 3
  Types of permits classified according to the use permitted Fees payable by an individual, group, company or local government for use of Park Act lands Fees payable by an individual or company for industrial use of Park Act lands

1 Privately-owned structures
The exclusive use of a structure or structures not supplied by the Province
   
  (a) without a defined adjacent area (site only), or $500 per year and $50 per structure per year $1 000 per year
  (b) with a defined adjacent area. $500 per year and $250 per hectare per year plus $50 per structure per year. $1 000 per year or $500 per hectare per year plus $100 per structure per year, whichever is greater.
 
Satellite Facilities
$200 per site per year
 
Tent/Spike Camp
$100 per site per year
       

2 Provincially Owned Structures    
  The exclusive use of a structure or structures supplied in whole or in part by the Province, with or without a defined adjacent area. $500 per year, or, if occupying a defined adjacent area, $25 per m2 of structure per year plus $250 per hectare per year, whichever is greater. $1 000 per year, or, if occupying a defined adjacent area, $50 per m2 of structure per year plus $500 per hectare per year, whichever is greater.

3 Access    
  The use of a defined area for a road, chairlift, trail, ski run or ski trail. Individual or group:
$500 per year or $60 per hectare per year, whichever is greater.
 
Company or local government:
$500 per year or 2% of gross revenues per year, whichever is greater.
$500 per year or $60 per hectare per year, whichever is greater.

4 Rights of way and miscellaneous land use without structures    
  The use of a defined area for a powerline, telephone line, pipeline or other service or utility right of way and other miscellaneous land use without structures. Individual or group:
$60 per hectare per year

Company or local government:
$500 per year or $60 per hectare per year, whichever is greater.

$1 000 per year or $60 per hectare per year, whichever is greater.

 

Part 4 — Miscellaneous Fees

Item Column 1 Column 2
  Types of park use permits and resource use permits
classified according to the use permitted
Fee

1 Commercial recreation — major resorts The use of a defined area to operate alpine ski facilities or large-scale lodges and resorts. $500 per year and a percentage of gross revenues as identified in the park use permit or resource use permit.
 
2 Commercial use /activity
The use of a defined area to carry on, for compensation received or promised, a commercial activity not referred to in any other item of this schedule, whether or not the right to use the area or conduct the activity is exclusive.
 
  (a) Non-motorized activity and no use of structures For six consecutive months or less,
$125 or $1 per client day, whichever is greater.
 
For six consecutive months to one year,
$250 or $1 per client day, whichever is greater.
  (b) Motorized activity $500 per year or $1 per client day plus
$50 per structure plus, if occupying a defined adjacent area,
 
$250 per hectare per year, whichever is greater
 
3 Commercial mechanized ski guiding  
  The use of a defined area to carry on commercial activities in which tracked vehicles, fixed wing planes or helicopters are used to guide or conduct ski excursions. $1 000 per year or $4 per user day, whichever greater.
 
4 Grazing  
  The use of a defined area for the grazing of animals. $100 per year or the total ground rent plus, if the permittee held a licence or permit under the Range Act, the grazing fee that would be payable each year under section 10 of the Range Regulation, B.C. Reg. 199/2000, in respect of the territory and animals to which the permit relates, whichever is greater.
 
5 Oysters, other molluscs and finfish  
  The use of a defined area for the purpose of seeding, raising and harvesting oysters, other molluscs and finfish. $500 per year or $100 per hectare per year, whichever is greater.
 
6 Communications site  
  The use and occupancy of a defined area for a television, radio, microwave or other communication structure. $1 000 per year or $500 per hectare per year plus $100 per facility per year, whichever is greater.
 
7 Sand/gravel and quarry site  
  The use of a defined area for the purpose of removing sand, gravel, rock or other material. $1 000 per year or $500 per hectare per year plus $100 per facility per year, whichever is greater.
 
8 Trapping and trapping cabins  
  The use, by the holder of a registered trapline under the Wildlife Act, of a territory allocated for trapping purposes and of cabins, without an adjacent area, for purposes incidental to the seasonal operation of a trapline. Trapping
$100 per year.
 
Trapping Cabins
$10 per cabin per year to a maximum of $25 per year.
 
9 Commercial filming  
  The use of a defined area to carry on, with the intent of monetary return, commercial filming using still or motion photography. Major Shoot
$500 or $100 per day, whichever is greater.
 
Minor Shoot
$100.
 
10 Guide outfitters, transporters and angling guides licensed pursuant to the Wildlife Act  
  (a) The use, by a guide outfitter, transporter or angling guide, of a territory allocated in conjunction with the activity of a guide outfitter, transporter or angling guide. For six consecutive months or less,
$125 or $1 per client day, whichever is
greater.
 
For six consecutive months to one year,
$250 or $1 per client day, whichever is greater.
  (b) The exclusive use of a structure or structures not supplied by the Province but used in conjunction with the activity of a guide outfitter, transporter or angling guide:
 
  (i) without a defined adjacent area (site only), or
 
  (ii) with a defined adjacent area.
 
 
 
$500 per year
 
Base Facilities
$500 per year or $1 per client day plus
$250 per hectare per year plus $50 per
structure per year, whichever is greater.
 
Satellite Facility
$50 per year
 
Tent/Spike Camp
$25 per year

 

Part 5 — Interpretation

1 (1) For the purposes of this Schedule,

(a) measurements expressed in hectares must be rounded upwards to the next whole hectare and measurements expressed in square metres or cubic metres are rounded upwards to the next whole square metre or cubic metre, and

(b) measurements expressed in square metres of any structure must be based on the outside dimensions including verandahs or porches.

(2) In this Schedule:

"base facility" means a facility that is the main location or one of the main locations for a commercial or industrial operation;

"defined" means an area specified in the park use permit or resource use permit for which the fee is payable;

"minor shoot" means commercial filming taking one day at one location with no disturbance of park users or natural resources;

"non-profit organization" means a club or association incorporated pursuant to the Society Act or a school board incorporated under the School Act, in which the use or activity undertaken is

(a) of demonstrable benefit to the whole community, and

(b) consistent with the approved objectives of the park or recreation area;

"satellite facility" means a facility with one permanent structure, excluding pit toilets, that is used for temporary accommodation, storage of supplies or fuel, or as an emergency shelter or an improved helicopter landing site;

"structure" means any building or permanent improvement constructed, placed or established on Park Act lands, excluding pit toilets;

"tent/spike camp" means a site with no permanent improvements or structures used on a non-exclusive basis for temporary tenting accommodation or the storage of supplies;

"trapping cabin" means a cabin used for shelter and for storage of trapping supplies on a periodic but temporary basis in conjunction with the operation of a trapline.

 

Schedules L and M

Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 62/99, s. 4.]

Note: this regulation replaces B.C. Reg. 35/77.

 

[Provisions of the Park Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 344, relevant to the enactment of this regulation: section 29]


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