Cascade Falls Regional Park is located east Mission and features a spectacular site – a twenty-eight meter waterfall.
Matsqui Trail is perfect for tented camping (un-serviced campgrounds available),
located at the south end of Mission Bridge, featuring twenty-six kilometers of trails you can bike, hike or ride horseback.
Fraser River Heritage Park offers summer concerts, the Grotto site (an important pilgrimage location) and the Norma Kenney House.
Neilson Regional Park is located on the west side of Hatzic Lake, this park covers ten acres and is popular for picnics, hiking, leisure beaching, and wildlife viewing including the Autumn salmon run.
Dewdney Regional Park offers great bar fishing along the Fraser River. The park covers seven hectares of pristine nature settings.
The Xa:ytem historic site, location of the "Hatzic Rock" is believed to be one of the oldest dwellings of First Nations in British Columbia. The boulder and its three stone entrance way marks a location where carbon dates back 9,000 years ago.
Built by the BC Electric Railway to supply electricity to the electric street railways of Vancouver, Stave Falls Dam was the largest hydroelectric project in southwestern BC until the 1950's.
Summer average 19 degrees Celsius
Winter average 4 degrees Celsius
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