Belcarra Regional Park

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Belcarra Regional Park
Belcarra Regional Park & Eagle Ridge.JPG
Belcarra Regional Park from Westridge Terminal. Eagle Ridge in the background, with part of Mamquam Mountain, which lies east of Squamish, visible at left rear.
Map showing the location of Belcarra Regional Park
Map showing the location of Belcarra Regional Park
LocationBritish Columbia, Canada
Nearest cityBelcarra, British Columbia
Coordinates49°19′06″N 122°53′37″W / 49.3184°N 122.8936°W / 49.3184; -122.8936Coordinates: 49°19′06″N 122°53′37″W / 49.3184°N 122.8936°W / 49.3184; -122.8936
Area1,100 hectares (2,700 acres)
Governing bodyMetro Vancouver
www.metrovancouver.org/services/parks/parks-greenways-reserves/belcarra-regional-park

Belcarra Regional Park is a 1,100-hectare (2,700-acre) regional park located in metropolitan Vancouver, British Columbia.[1] It is northeast of the meeting of Burrard Inlet with Indian Arm, beginning near Belcarra Bay and extending to Sasamat Lake. Sasamat is one of the warmest lakes in Greater Vancouver. It's located in Belcarra Regional Park. The park is northwest of the Village of Anmore and to the southwest of Buntzen Lake.

Included in the park is a First Nations archaeological site, which is operated and maintained by Metro Vancouver Regional Parks.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Belcarra Regional Park Metro Vancouver
  2. ^ Sydney Charlton (1977). "The archaeology of the Belcarra Park site : a contribution to Strait of Georgia prehistory".