Recreation Sites and Trails B.C.
Recreation Sites and Trails B.C. (RSTBC) provides public recreation opportunities by developing, maintaining and managing a network of recreation sites and recreation trails throughout the province.
On this page:
- Alerts, Closures and Warnings
- Search for a Site or Trail
- Plan Your Visit
- Learn About the RSTBC Program
- Trails Strategy Review
- Recreation Crews
Check for important alerts and closures that may affect your plans to visit a recreation site or recreation trail.
Learn about RSTBC's ongoing response to COVID-19. If you are travelling to B.C. from another province or territory within Canada you are expected to follow the same travel guidelines as everyone else in B.C.
Use the following searches to help you find a recreation site or recreation trail.
Information for you to plan a safe and enjoyable visit to a recreation site or recreation trail in B.C.'s rugged backcountry.
Learn more about:
- Reservations, fees and discounts
- Accessing sites and trails
- Responsible site and trail use
- Know the rules
The RSTBC program provides public recreation opportunities by developing, maintaining and managing a network of sites and trails throughout the province.
Learn more about:
- Partnering and volunteering
- Organizing events
- Policies and strategies
- Recreation site and trail maintenance and development
A formal review of the Trails Strategy for B.C. is underway. The review is to ensure the continued relevance and importance of the Trails Strategy to recreationists, communities, First Nations, tourism proponents and the province as a whole.
The Recreation Crew Program provides employment opportunities and work experience for individuals in pursuit of a career in recreation or natural resource management. In 2021, the Recreation Crew Program expanded across the province. With two different funding sources, there was a total of 21 crews with 90 positions.
Read the 2021 Recreation Crew Summary (PDF, 1.1MB)