Thanks for being part of something BIG!
On June 23rd, 2014, City Council adopted the Regional Parks Plan. The Plan is the result of a comprehensive public consultation process led by John Glynn-Morris General Consulting.
The Plan sets a 10 year direction for the management of the five protected park areas identified in the City's 2010 Official Community Plan for their environmental and recreational values. The Regional Parks are:
- Chadburn Lake Park
- McIntyre Creek Park
- Paddy's Pond / Ice Lake Park
- McLean Lake Park
- Wolf Creek Park
The creation of these Regional Parks will ensure that wilderness is at our door-step for generations to come.
Map created by Peter Long, Whitehorse Walks
Regional Parks Plan Process
Did You Know...
- that Chadburn Lake Park is the biggest park in a Canadian Municipality?
- that the City of Whitehorse has the most park land (by area and percentage) in a Canadian Municipality?
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