Grant Narrows Provincial Park

Rannie Road
Pitt Meadows, BC V3Y 1Z1


  1. Boat Launch
  2. Canoeing
  3. Creek and Waterfall Areas
  4. Drinking Water
  5. Fishing
  6. Garbage Can
  7. Horse Trail
  8. Lake
  9. Open Green Space
  10. Park Benches
  11. Pay Parking
  12. Pedestrian Trails
  13. Picnic Areas
  14. Picnic Tables
  15. Viewing Tower
  16. Walking Trails
  17. Washrooms (Portable)
  18. Wildlife Viewing

This Provincial Park is operated by Katzie Development Corporation.
Located on the north side of Pitt Meadows, Grant Narrows Park is a wilderness area and wildlife habitat with a large patch of protected marshland. The marsh and surrounding wetlands are reportedly home to more than 200 species of birds and waterfowl. The main trail starts out as a wide gravel walkway with water on each side, then changes course and becomes a narrow and wooded muddy path dotted with cattails, pond weeds and blackberry bushes. There are countless opportunities anywhere along the trail system to view wildlife and the wide variety of vegetation and plants in the marsh. Along the way, you're likely to come upon trumpeter swans, herons, beaver dams and flocks of fire-engine-red hummingbirds. For the best views, climb one of the wooden observation towers.

In winter months, dress warmly and take along rain gear. In summer, the sun can be unrelenting on the open dykes. Wear a sun hat and take along a good quality sunscreen. Good walking shoes, binoculars and a camera are essential. Walking distance around Katzie Marsh is 6.5 kilometres and takes 2-3 hours.

Wilderness Adventure to Widgeon Creek
To get to Widgeon Creek, you need to paddle approximately one hour across Pitt River until you get to Wedgeon Slough. From there you wind through the slough until you come to the Widgeon Creek Campground. From here you can hike to the beauty of Widgeon Falls. The trail requires physical ability and canoeing / kayaking to cross the river. You will be in the wilderness, so please prepare yourself with safety protocol. Don't go alone and let someone know where you are going and your expected return time.


  • Drive north from Lougheed Highway on Harris Road.
  • Turn right on to McNeil Road.
  • Turn left on Rannie Road and follow to the end.

Parking must be purchased.