With a long weekend ahead, visitors to popular Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park are reminded to park their vehicles in designated parking stalls or risk being towed.
The park has experienced an increasing number of visitors and a growing concern over illegal parking. Drivers are frequently parking outside of designated stalls and even along emergency zones. This has led to occasions where emergency vehicles have been prevented from accessing the park, putting public safety at risk.
Drivers are reminded to pay attention to signage and that if a vehicle is parked illegally, expect it to be towed at the owner’s expense.
Visitors to the park should anticipate high-traffic volume throughout the operating season. Peak visitation periods occur between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. on sunny weekends.
To help relieve parking congestion, visitors are encouraged to carpool to Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park.
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