Parks & Trails
Island 22 Regional Park is a semi-serviced park, owned by the City of Chilliwack and managed by the Fraser Valley Regional District. Please note there are seasonal fees in effect for general park use, the boat launch and the equestrian facilities when the gatehouse is open. Season passes are also available. Cash, debit, MasterCard and Visa are accepted. For rates and further information, visit the Fraser Valley Regional District’s website.
Island 22 Regional Park provides visitors with picnic tables, dog off-leash areas, equestrian facilities, a bike skills and jumping area as well as a large boat launch facility. The Fraser River is famous for its variety of fish which includes trout, salmon, steelhead and sturgeon.
Please note that camping is no longer offered at this location.
An equestrian area was originally constructed by the Chilliwack and District Horse Council. This area includes paddocks, trails, jumps and a show ring. Riders are allowed to use this area for a daily fee, payable at the park office. Season and family passes are also available. Groups wishing to hold meets or clinics must reserve the use of the facility through the Park Manager.
The perimeter and interior trails may be shared by equestrian users and cyclists.
In addition to the trail network, the park has a bike skills area.
- Difficulty: easy – gravel and dirt paths
- Length: 2.4km / elevation gain - flat
- Parking: on-site
- Facilities: picnic tables, benches, boat launch, equestrian area, bike skills area, dog off-leash area, washrooms
45695 Cartmell Road, Chilliwack, B.C.
Phone: (604) 702-5000
Toll Free No: 1-800-528-0061
FVRD Website for Island 22
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The City of Chilliwack has partnered with a number of local organizations and non-profit groups to develop an Adopt-a-Park and Adopt-a-Trail program. Groups volunteer their time to cleanup parks and trails in Chilliwack, to keep the community looking its best!
Created as a supporting document to Chilliwack's Official Community Plan (OCP) the Greenspace Plan and supplementary Trail Network Plan sets out the City's goals and visions for developing new parks and trails over the coming decades.
The City of Chilliwack has over 100 parks and natural areas which together make up over 400 hectares of green space.
With the changing weather these days, it’s easy to check the status of Sports Fields online.