spending time up at Golden Ears Provincial Park, I now realize
why attendance is down.
unreserved sites are usually full while reserved sites are often
empty. The park turns away guests because they cannot give out a
reserved site, whether it is booked or not.
park is also not maintained as well as it used to be. The
bathrooms’ hand driers haven’t worked
in years. Lights burn out and are not changed, rope hangs from many
trees and the sites are not cleaned.
garbage is picked up once a week, so you may be the unlucky camper
across from the bins that
are not only full but surrounded by garbage on the ground that stinks.
a park like Golden Ears, that is home to wild animals, the garbage
should be a priority.
love this park.
away the reserved sites, clean it up, and it will be full without
having to build a lodge.
Wiggins, Langley B.C. (Taken from The Province Newspaper
think its a great idea, I’ve been doing this for years on my
and now to find someone who does it like I do. The fact that
so dedicated in his fight to save our forests that he’s
about it, making a stand, coming up with a package to promote many of
our issues and concerns is fantastic.
love mother Earth, she’s given me a home and I want to give
back to her. People should smarten up! I don’t understand why
someone would throw away any kind of recyclable product? You get money
back from it! What, does it take a higher refund before they do
pick up countless oil containers, car batteries and garbage. Do they
know what they are doing?
should be more of us out there before its too late. There should
be more respect for our planet.