We acknowledge that Minnekhada Park Association operates within the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of Kwikwetlem and Katzie First Nations. We thank the Kwikwetlem and Katzie who continue to live on these lands and care for them, along with the waters and all that is above and below.
When Do We Meet
We meet the second Wednesday of the Month at 6:30pm in the Lodge at Minnekhada Park (with some exceptions). *Note that meetings are currently being held via Zoom. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to join us
Any and All Visitors are welcome.
Who We Are
A citizens empowered organization, incorporated as a society in Victoria, B.C (Registration S-44973). As a registered park association our group endeavours to bring to the larger public the unique beauty and setting of Minnekhada Regional Park. In partnership with Metro Vancouver we are working at preserving and enhancing this natural environment. Please see our constitution and updated bylaws.
Where We Are
Address: 4455 Oliver Road, Coquitlam, B.C., V3E 3H6
Park trails fan out from the large Quarry Road parking lot. From Lougheed Highway in Coquitlam, turn north on Coast Meridian and travel 2.5 km to Victoria Drive. Follow Victoria Drive for 1 km to the crest of the hill and make a deliberate left turn to stay on Victoria. Travel northeast for 3.5 km to the park entrance on Quarry Road. To get to Minnekhada Lodge from Quarry Road, turn right on Gilley’s Trail. Turn left onto Oliver Road which leads to the park and the lodge (parking is limited).
Minnekhada Park in Google Maps: Minnekhada Park
What We Want To Do
We are developing projects, events and programs that will increase the involvement of children, teenagers and families in the exploration and discovery of our natural environment (flora and fauna).
We are pursuing relations with First Nations in bringing about an understanding of the earliest history of these lands.
Other Park Associations
Minnekhada Park Association is one of several like-minded park associations within the Metro Vancouver park system. Here are some sister organizations you might want to check out.