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Park management plans

A management plan is a document that outlines the vision and direction for a protected area. This will include direction on the types, location and threshold of uses and activities appropriate within different parts of a protected area including appropriate levels of visitor use and facility development.

A management plan is the result of a management planning process and is developed with First Nations, local governments, the public and other interest groups.

Read more about the management planning process and how you can get involved.

Projects currently open for public comment

There are currently no projects open for public comment.

All active protected area planning projects (by regional section)

Kootenay / Okanagan

  • Cathedral Park / Protected Area
  • Silver Star Park
  • Lily Pad Ecological Reserve/Buck Hills Road Ecological Reserve
  • Windermere Lake
  • Kokanee Creek
  • Nancy Greene

South Coast

  • Mount Seymour Park
  • Sxotsaqel / Chilliwack Lake Park
  • Amendments to Joffre VUMS - Winter
  • Pinecone Burke Park Management Plan - Workplan with First Nations
  • Tantalus Park

West Coast

  • Tahsish Kwois Park and Ecological Reserve
  • Mount Geoffrey
  • Tribune Bay addition guidance
  • Yorke Island
  • Cowichan River Park


  • Paul Lake
  • Marble Canyon
  • Green Lake
  • Stein Valley Nlaka'pamux Heritage Park


  • Protected Areas of the Muskwa-Kechika (15 PPAs)
  • Liard River Hot Springs
  • Ancient Forest / Chun T'oh Whudujut

Skeena - East

  • Taku River Conservancy
  • Ne'ah' Conservancy / Ta Ch'ila Park
  • Tatshenshini-Alsek

Skeena - West

  • Lucy Islands Conservancy
  • Stephens Island Conservancy
  • Bishop Bay Monkey Beach
  • 4 North Coast Plans
  • Port Essington / Ecstall Spoksuut Conservancy
  • Lax Kwaxl / Dundas and Melville Islands Conservancy
  • Kwaal and Alty Conservancies