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We Love Delta Walking Trails

Whether you are heading out on your own or spending time with family and friends Delta’s many accessible walking trails are a perfect way to get outside and connect with nature.

Burns Bog

Burns Bog is located in North Delta and is the largest undeveloped urban wilderness in all of North America. The Bog is home to hundreds of bird species and is the best place to go for a walk and to be immersed in nature so close to home. Families, friends, and dogs make good use of the Bog that we are so lucky to have.

Watershed Park

Watershed Park in North Delta is full of walking, hiking and running trails. Surrounded by stunning greenery, Watershed Park is another fantastic option to connect with the outdoors. The picnic area is great for families and there is a beautiful hidden meadow with lots of room for activities. It is common to come across cyclists while walking the many trails.

North 40 Park Reserve

North 40 is located in Ladner near the Boundary Bay Regional Airport and is known for being one of the largest off-leash dog parks in the Ladner area. Parking is easily accessible, and while you walk around you can learn about the park’s heritage. North 40 is a great trail for everyone, including the furry members of the family.

Boundary Bay Dyke

The Boundary Bay Dyke is accessible from Ladner, Tsawwassen and Mud Bay Park – a short distance from Burns Bog, enabling visitors to walk, run, or bike between all three Delta communities. The Dyke is home to many birds and eagles that frequent the area. Early morning walks, runs and bike rides are very popular along the Dyke. Take a break in nature while enjoying beautiful beach access as well.

Deas Island Regional Park

Deas Island Park is on the border of Ladner and Tilbury right along the Fraser River. The trails throughout the park are perfect for a long walk through nature while experiencing the stunning wildlife Delta has to offer. There are also many picnic spots along the river to stop for a lunch break, and access to the Deas Slough for kayaking, paddle boarding and swimming.

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