Tie Lake Regional Park

Tie Lake Regional Park

The RDEK will be postponing seasonal openings of our parks due to the Covid-19 situation.
Across the entire region, signage is being posted at all of our parks and trails regarding facilities/amenities being closed (such as picnic tables, picnic shelters, washrooms and playground structures which vary depending on the specific park or trail).  If individuals choose to visit a green space for walking, we are urging them to abide by all physical distancing guidelines, and there should be no group gatherings of any size.


Tie Lake Regional Park is a 12 hectare park located seven kilometres north of Jaffray, at the end of Tie Lake Road. A sandy beach and plenty of trees for shade make this a great location for a family day at the lake.

AMENITIES INCLUDE: parking, beach and swimming area, several picnic areas, a picnic shelter, walking trails, fire pits, a baseball diamond, horseshoe and bocce pits and wheelchair accessible outhouse facilities.

We also do bookings for group events. If you would like to book one of the picnic areas or the picnic shelter, please contact Rachel Head (Environmental Services Secretary) at 250-489-6900.

Map - Tie Lake Regional Park



There is no overnight camping allowed; however, the park is situated on a point of land that gets sunshine all day long, so it's easy to enjoy a full day at the lake.

Load up your family, throw in some towels, swimsuits and beach toys
and get ready to explore this hidden gem.

Last edited: Fri, April 24, 2020 - 9:57:50