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Barnston Island Neglected ParkBarnston Island Neglected Park-122.72561149.208675,,-122.727671&spn=0.063417,,0.186682&hnear=Robert+Point&t=h&z=14, Location Map<div class="ExternalClass0621419A25F64C518B2F02BFC33761CE"> <div> <div>Barnston Island Neglected Park is located on Barnston Island which is serviced by a free, but very small ferry. Please leave your vehicle on the mainland as there is no public parking on the island.</div><div> </div><div><em><strong>To reach the ferry parking lot.</strong></em></div><div>From Hwy 1, take the 176 St north exit (#53). You are now on Hwy 17. Travel north about 500m and exit right for 104 Ave. IF YOU STAY ON HWY 17, THERE IS NO TURNAROUND FOR 5 KM. Another 300m will bring you to the 104 Ave/Golden Ears Connector junction. <em>Use caution as road work is ongoing at this junction.</em> Turn east onto 104 Avenue and follow it for 600m. </div></div></div>, Barnston Island





BarnstonBarnston<div class="ExternalClass22A4EA6529B642F1BB1ECFF957DD8CCB"><div><span aria-hidden="true"></span><div><div><div><ul><li><span aria-hidden="true"></span><span aria-hidden="true"></span>Campfires are only allowed in designated fire rings & fire pits, & only as local fire authorities allow.</li><li>Portable campfire apparatus (CSA- or ULC-approved only) are only allowed in fire rings & fire pits.</li><li>Briquette & propane barbecues & gas cooking stoves are only allowed in day use areas with picnic tables, picnic shelters, group camps & campgrounds. You must stay with the barbecue or stove at all times while using it. If you use briquettes, dispose of them carefully in the proper receptacles.</li><li>Report all forest fires to 911 & regional parks staff.<br><br>For more info, call 604-432-6350.</li></ul></div></div></div></div></div>2018-07-20T07:00:00ZMODERATE



Expect mosquitoes along the Fraser River this June/July<div class="ExternalClass3D44A220E014426297B1771B12E33ACA"><p>​Mosquitoes have emerged following the Fraser River freshet.  They are particularly abundant and voracious near the Fraser River floodplain.  The adult 'biting population' is expected to subside later in July, during the hot dry season. </p><div class="ExternalClass36CF1DC3979D4F06A942DA2785B85C1B"><p>Be prepared for mosquitoes when visiting parks along the Fraser River. Ways to avoid mosquito bites:</p><ul><li>Avoid being outdoors during dawn and dusk when mosquito presence is at its peak. </li><li>Cover up your skin by wearing long sleeves, long pants and a hat </li><li>Wear light colours and loose-fitting cloths.</li><li>Use insect repellent.</li><li>Use an insect net.  </li></ul><p><br>For more information on <a href="/services/parks/learn/natural-resource-management/wildlife-management/Pages/default.aspx" target="_blank">mosquitoes and mosquito control</a>.</p><p>Mosquito control hotline is 604-872-1912 <a href="" target="_blank">Culex Website</a>.</p><p>For those in the Fraser Valley Neglected District (FVRD) view the <a href="" target="_blank">FVRD website</a> for more info.</p></div></div>True





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