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Matsqui Trail Regional Park, Abbotsford
(4.7/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • I've been here just by myself, and also with family and friends! Super pet friendly and super peaceful. Definitely a must see! 
  • We went for a nice stroll along Matsqui Trail There are a few entrances and parking is available at both. When we went it was pretty hot so be careful of the pups feet burning on the stone. The heat s...  more »
  • This is a great "go to" area for a leisurely walk when you don't have time for a major hiking outing. I have met friends here for a visit and exercise. The parking lot is large, there are washrooms on...  more »
Google
  • This is a lovely park, even though it's right below the bridge, it doesn't seem too loud. We met a *really* nice park ranger there and we had a great discussion about eagles.
  • If you want a nice walk along the Fraser River, this is the place to go. easy and open trail for anyone to walk along. Long stretches without tree cover though, something to keep in mind on a hot or rainy day.
  • A nice trail along the Fraser River. Don't go too far west from the Mission Bridge or you'll encounter the smells of the Abbotsford Wastewater Treatment plant
  • Butterfly came for a visit. Nice park with a few firepits. Great spot for open fire dinner and nice sunsets.
  • A good park with access to the river and a file trail that you can walk/bike for miles. Part of the TransCanada trail system. A few different parking locations, but can be hard to find parking on nice weekends. Picnic tables at main area.