Anderson Hill Park
An undeveloped natural area (2.79 hectares) within a residential neighborhood featuring rock outcrops, Garry Oak ecosystems, some open spaces, native flora and fauna and non-native shrubs and plants. There are no known ‘species at risk’ in this park but the Garry Oak communities have been ranked “critically endangered” in British Columbia. There are some archeological features of interest and some defined trails.
Anderson Hill Park provides a valuable recreational resource for citizens to peacefully enjoy the natural park ambience and panoramic views, with some ecological and archeological educational value.
Dogs are allowed on leash at any time. Dog are allowed off leash in the open area on the brow of the hill during July to March.
With the exception of personal assistance devices, wheeled apparatus are not allowed in the park.