Recreation Sites of British Columbia

Please help with information on the lost recreation sites of British Columbia, they are in red. The recreation sites listed below but indicated with red highlight used to be designated recreation sites but they do not show in the SitesAndTrailsbc.ca list anymore.

Written By Clayton Kessler

On January 11, 2009
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The Recreation locations can be viewed on Tracks And Trails Free Camping Map.

These  recreation sites have GPS Co-ordinates and information. Help with information on the lost recreation sites of British Columbia, they are in red.  The recreation sites listed below but  indicated with red highlight used to be designated recreation sites but they do not show in the SitesAndTrailsbc.ca list anymore. They may have been converted to Provincial Parks or protected areas or they may have been traded in lieu of provincial land deals. Please leave coment below if you know something about them.

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