Explore the most popular trails in Island 22 Regional Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

If you’re looking to do some dirt biking (but mainly walking) along a dyke, you’ve come to the right place. It’s a beautiful view of the Fraser River. However, unless you have a boat there’s not a lot to see outside of the 20ish minutes of trees, river, and some field. There is also an parking fee of $5 during the summer months.

Not worth the money! There is an entrance fee and totally not worth it to be able to walk along the river on a paved path. I would suggest any dyke walk that is free. There is a small fenced area for dogs off leash, that does not go into the water. I just took my pup to the river to play off leash. I wouldn't go back.

Definitely more of a simple walking trail with a nice little beach by the river. I found it a bit boring and short but good for families with dogs.