11600 Kittson Parkway, North Delta
Classification: Community Park (153 ha.)
Dominated by a second growth coniferous forest, Watershed Park is Delta's largest park, which is situated on a large artesian water supply. Eleven kilometers of gravel trails wind their way through the park for cycling, walking, jogging and horseback riding. There is a Pavilion that can be booked through Delta Parks, Recreation & Culture for day-use by the public and overnight camping by Girl Guides and Scouts Canada. Pack a lunch and enjoy a picnic in "the Meadow", located in the heart of Watershed Park; it has a prominent look-out area to enjoy the breathtaking views of Mud Bay.
The old pumphouse area is the site of Delta's annual fish release which is held annually in the month of April. In this area you may observe returning salmon in Watershed Creek. Interpretive signage guides visitors through the life stages of a salmon and describes the critical importance of salmon habitat for long-term sustainability.
- Trails - 11km gravel:
- Access to artesian water drinking tap near the Scout Camp
- Picnic area and Meadow look-out
- Parking at Kittson Parkway
- Pavilion - contact the Rental's Clerk at (604) 946-3308 for more information or to book the Pavilion. A reservation fee applies.
- Vista Point