Tie Lake Regional Park


As the temperatures are fluctuating just above and below freezing, ice is beginning to form and is very thin and unpredictable across the region, including at Tie Lake.
It is critical that the public use extreme caution and stay off local lakes and waterways until we've had a sustained cold snap. 
Even then, it is important to test ice thickness when entering an ice-covered lake or water body. It is recommended all recreationalists planning to venture out onto the also carry Ice Picks and know the basics of self-rescue. 

The Canadian Red Cross recommends ice be a minimum of 5” thick before it is safe to skate on or 7” for groups of people. Ice that is either blue or black is strongest and any ice that is opaque or white may not be as safe to walk on. To learn more or access more ice safety tips, CLICK HERE.

Parks, Trails and Recreation Facilities Brochure


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. 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.


Civic Address: 6370 Tie Lake Road

From Highway 93/3 in Jaffray turn north on Tie Lake Road (across from the Shell Gas Station) follow Tie Lake Road for 5.6 km. Tie Lake Road will dead end at the Tie Lake Regional Park parking lot. 

Seasonal Hours

Park opens May 1st and closes September 30th annually.
This park is day use only. (Dawn to Dusk)


The amenities at Tie Lake Regional Park 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.

This park does not take reservation. All sites are first come first serve. 

Map - Tie Lake Regional Park

Park Etiquette
  • No alcohol or cannabis
  • Keep pets on leash and clean up after them
  • Limit your stay to daylight hours only (no overnight camping)
  • Park in a manner that doesn’t restrict road or property access
  • Pack out all garbage with you
  • Swim at your own risk (there is no lifeguard on duty)
  • Open fires are allowable in the designated fire pits (please bring your own firewood)

If you have additional questions, or to report any issues you can contact the Environmental Services Department at 250-489-6900 or email environmentalservicesdept@Roadek.bc.ca.


Last edited: Fri, December 01, 2023 - 5:09:33