13 Top Things To Do in Chilliwack, BC, Canada
Greater Vancouver Area of British Columbia.
The Top 13 Things To Do in Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada part of the Lower Mainland, B.C. Region.
Hook a Fish : Try your luck at sturgeon fishing on the Fraser River or trout fishing in Chilliwack Lake, Alouette Lake or Cultus Lake when visiting in Chilliwack, BC. Bring your gear and boat or sign up with a fishing charter and guide for your fishing adventure.
Book an Attraction : Get out and spend the day visiting one of the local attractions like a popular garden park, art gallery, museum, farm market, river boat ride, golf course, etc.
Hire a Guide : Why do all the work of planning and organizing when you can sign up a guide and go fishing for sturgeon, salmon or trout... or sign up for a tour and go river rafting, hiking or horseback riding, etc.
Picnic in a Park : Pack a lunch, load up the family and venture out to one of the nearby nature day use picnic sites in the region. There are picnic sites located near waterfalls, rivers, forests and mountains.
Go Waterfalling : There are some dandy waterfalls in the mountains, parks and backcountry regions in the Fraser Valley. Pack a lunch, dress in layers, wear some good shoes and hike to a waterfall and view some of nature's greatest river art.
Swing a Club : Pack up the clubs and try your luck at one of the local golf courses or driving ranges in the Fraser Valley area. See how your drives, sand shots and putt measure up on a local golf course.
Arts & Culture : There are art studios, theatre and art galleries in the region. There are events and festivals. Why not plan a trip when the community is celebrating an event or festival and join in on the fun.
Horsing Around : There are parks, mountains and wetlands with dedicated horseback riding trails and staging areas. There are wilderness backcountry gravel roads leading into the mountains.
Dining Out or In: Sit down at a fine dining establishment and spoil yourself or grab something on the run from a fast food outlet and find a park bench or a picnic table to enjoy your meal.
Boot Camp : Bring your hiking boots and set out on a day adventure exploring the backcountry mountain and lake trails near Chilliwack. Or plan for an overnight adventure and bring your backpacking camping gear along and seek out one of the backcountry wilderness campsite.
Historic Footsteps : Visit a museum or check out the historic buildings in the downtown of Chilliwack. Venture out and visit one of the nearby villages and explore history or stay close to home and visit parks with history like the 1896 heritage house in the Gwynne Vaughan Park.
Start Chirping : There are no birdwatching shortages in the Fraser Valley. Visit a park with viewing towers, bird blinds and lookout platforms. There are wetland, marsh and dyke parks with nesting, feeding and breeding grounds for all types of bird species in the region.
Farm Tours : Plan a day on a self guided farm tour visiting agricultural businesses throughout the Fraser Valley sampling some of the local produce, baked goods, wines and organic goods in the region.