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Parks and Trails

Community Parks & Trails

The parks below are public parks for the enjoyment of the residents and visitors in the community. If you have any questions, please contact the District Office at 523-6225.

 Park Name

 Location

 Agate Park

 Agate Drive

 Amber Drive Park

 Amber Drive

 Breccia Park

 Between Homes on Breccia Drive

 Emerald Park

 Between Chartrand Avenue & Emerald Drive

 Lions Park

 Between Amber Cres. & Beryl Drive

 Maggs Park / Water Park

 Chartrand Avenue

 Marie King Park

 300 Chartrand Drive

 Opal Park

 Between Garnet Drive & Opal Drive

 Topaz Tot Lot

 165 Topaz Drive

PDF TOWN MAP SHOWING PARKS AND TRIAL 

 

Bike Park

The Logan Lake Bike Park is conveniently located at the south end of the lake across the street (Jasper Drive) from the Recreation Centre, about 200 feet through the bush east of the Skateboard Park.  The park offers multiple challenges such as drops, step downs, jumps, log rides, teeters, and ladder bridges. 

 

Dog Park

The Logan Lake Dog Park is located off of Meadow Creek road on the west side of town, past the Public Works Yard.  The park has a greeting area, and is a leash free zone for dogs to run under the supervision of their owner/caregiver.  Dog waste bags and a refuce bin are available for your convenience, so please pick up after your pet.

Spray Park

The Logan Lake Spray Park is located across from the Recreation Centre (31 Chartand Avenue) in Maggs Park.  The spray park offers many water features such as  cannons, spin soaker, dump zone and a rain cap for school aged children; and a Run Zone with a whale tale for toddlers and/or younder children.  Hours of operation are Seasonal from May to September, 8:00 am to 9:00 pm daily.  Please follow all safety notices that are posted for use of the Spray Park.  Children are not to be left unattended, avoid running on wet surfaces, no dogs allowed in the Spray Park as well as no Glass in the park.

ATV/ Dirt Bike Trails

The trails encircling Logan Lake are growing in popularity.  The Provincial Government is creating an officially designated trails network that will surround most of the town providing easy access for local and visiting riders.

There are countless trails that extend hundreds of kilometres in the vicinity of Logan Lake that provide many opportunities for riders of all levels.  Every May long weekend Logan Lake ATV club hosts the Hoof and Wheel Poker Ride, where four legged and four wheeled riders take pleasure in the infinite trails surrounding our community.  Riding ATV’s is ingrained in the culture in Logan Lake where residents embrace exploring the area.

Trail Hiking

There is a fantastic loop trail the runs around the Lake that any visitor to Logan Lake should check out if you're looking for a quick walk.  If you are looking for a longer hike using the Logan Lake Trail Map you can find access to the fire protection trails and old decommissioned logging and mining roads which wind their way through the hills surrounding the town.  These trails can be followed for hundreds of kilometres so take care to keep your sense of direction!  For marked trails go to the Cross Country Ski Trails which are open for hiking and cross country biking during the summer.

Regional Parks

Tunkwa Lake

Tunkwa Provincial Park consists of two man-made trout-fishing lakes, Tunkwa and Leighton.

There are campgrounds located on both lakes. Tunkwa is in the top 10 provincial rainbow trout fisheries. Tunkwa Provincial Park is a year-round recreation area, with camping, hunting, horseback riding, wildlife viewing, fishing, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling.

For more information visit Tunka Provincial Park

Jeff Carter, Director of Public Works and Recreation District of Logan Lake Public Works Yard
6880 - Hwy 97D
PO Box 190
Logan Lake, BC V0K 1W0
P: 250-523-2755
C: 250-318-7655