PROGRAMS & EVENTS

Group Events

To host a wedding, race or other group gathering in one of our parks, please email or call us in advance at info@seatoskyparks.com or 604-986-9371 so we can provide you with all the information required for a successful event.

Canada Parks Day Celebrations!

The goal of these celebrations is to highlight the important role that parks play in maintaining healthy and resilient ecosystems, protecting critical habitat and contributing to human health and well-being. Take part in BC Parks Search and Sketch, meet Jerry the Moose, Wildsafe BC and Learn to Fish and enter to win great prizes!

2017 Parks Day was a tremendous success! Thank you to all who joined us in the festivities!

Stay tuned for more information regarding our 2018 Parks Day celebrations!

Freshwater Fisheries
Learn To Fish

Presented by Gofish BC.

Fishing fun for kids 5 – 15 and their adults. In one hands on session you’ll learn where, when and how to catch fish. All equipment is provided. Parent supervision is required.

Free Program! No registration required.

WHERE: Meet at Hicks Lake Campground Amphitheatre
DATES: Every Saturday in July and August
TIME:
10:30am – 12:30pm

WHERE: Meet at the Maple Bay Campground Amphitheatre
DATES:Every Friday in July and August
TIME: 10:30am – 12:30pm

WHERE: Meet at Birkenhead Lake Day Use Area
DATES:
Friday – July 21 from 6:00pm-8:00pm
Saturday – August 12 from 10:30am-12:30pm

 

WildSafeBC

WildSafeBC presents Claws and Paws in the Fraser Valley. Come on down to learn about bears cougars, deer, coyotes and raccoons and how to best share our beautiful province with them.

WHERE: Meet at the Maple Bay Campground Amphitheatre at Cultus Lake
TIME:

DATES:
2017 Dates will be announced soon

Community Astronomer – Bill Burnyeat

Come see one of BC Parks longest running programs, learn about constellations, the difference between a planet and a star, what happens in the night sky and what it all looks like through telescope.

WHERE: Meet at the Alice Lake Campground Amphitheatre*
TIME:
At Dusk. Approx. 8:30pm
DATES:
July 8th, 2017

WHERE: Meet at the Porteau Cove Walk in Area
TIME: At Dusk. Approx 8:30pm
DATES: July 7th, 2017

WHERE: Meet at the Hicks Lake  Amphitheatre (Sasquatch)
TIME: At Dusk. Approx. 8:30pm
DATES: July 29th, 2017

WHERE: Meet at the Maple Bay Amphitheatre (Cultus)
TIME: At Dusk. Approx. 8:30pm
DATES: July 28th, 2017

 

 

Sustainable Oceans

Leave no Trace Tide pooling

WHERE: Meet at the Porteau Cove Picnic Shelter in Walk-in Area
TIME: 4pm
DATES: Saturdays until September long weekend

 

Climbers Cafe

Brought to you by Friends of Stawamus, a not for profit Society created for the purpose of increasing awareness of the mountain environment and ethical environmental practices. Free yoga, coffee, and open discussion on issues such as waste management, ecosystem preservation, wildlife preservation, and plant protection.

WHERE: Stawamus Chief, Climbers Access Area
TIME: 7:00am-10:00am
DATES: 2017 Dates will be announced soon

 

Summer Camps

Mt Seymour Eco-Adventure Camp offers experiential summer programs for kids that incorporate fun, education, self-awareness, skill development, and meaningful connections to nature and the environment. Programs take place on the top of Mt Seymour – the perfect place for the ultimate nature experience!

Last year, many of our camps filled to capacity with waiting lists so we encourage you to register soon!

At Mt Seymour, we believe that nature is an essential ingredient in the healthy and holistic development of all children. We re-introduce kids to a simpler, more connected way of life where they are encouraged to engage their senses to the fullest, delight in the beauty and teachings of the old growth forest. We are proud to offer a technology-free and commercial-free nature immersion camp experience, no Ipads, video games, trading cards or netflix! Kids develop practical skills and confidence through guided challenges and discoveries while developing a deep reverence for the natural world.

Our highly trained and mature instructors draw out kids’ passions through nature-based activities like:

  • Making fire by friction
  • Learning edible & medicinal plants
  • Exploring natural mysteries
  • Tracking wild animals
  • Building survival shelters
  • Discovering the language of the forest
  • Learning earth based crafts, stories, songs and more

Program Pricing:

Trailblazers, Forest Guardians and Mountain Rangers

Rates and dates to be announced soon.

Youth Leadership

Rates and dates to be announced soon.

Shuttle Bus Service: Mt Seymour is offering a shuttle bus service with pickups and drop offs from Lonsdale Quay, Canadian Superstore, and Parkgate Community Centre.

For camp dates, rates and details visit http://mountseymour.com/eco-adventure-summer-camps

 For more information contact Mt Seymour on 604 986 2261 ext 217 or summer@mtseymour.ca

 www.MtSeymour.ca