The Grant Narrows Regional Park is situated on the southern shores of Pitt Lake and on the banks of the Pitt River. However... it is an enclosed park surrounded by dykes and nearby wetland, bog and marsh areas - most notably the Katzie Marsh and the Pitt-Addington Marsh Wildlife Management Area.
The park is a year round recreation and adventure destination. During the summer months (park peak months) the activities enjoyed in the park include backpacking, hiking, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, biking, water skiing, windsurfing, horseback riding, picnicking, sightseeing, birdwatching
The park measures 400 hectares and protects both banks of the Kanaka Creek for approximately 12 kilometres. There are hiking trails, canoe and kayak launch, a fish hatchery, day use picnic area, wooden lookout towers and a waterfall.
The 5,157 hectare forest research park is used for educational programs catering to local groups, schools and students attending the University of BC. It is also open to the public who wish to explore and hike the many trails in the forest.