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Brackendale Eagles Provincial Park

Located along the Squamish River, Brackendale Eagles Provincial Park is a 755 hectare park that offers a prime location for viewing the wintering bald eagles during the peak season from December to February. The main viewing area of the Eagle Run viewing shelter is located on the municipal dyke across from the BC Easter Seals Camp Squamish on Government Road. There, you’ll find an interpretive display and information on our eagle population as well as, the salmon lifecycle.

Visit Eagle Run on the weekend during the peak winter months and you’ll also find members of the Eagle Watch Interpreter Program designed to help you gain an even better understanding of our local birds of prey.

Getting There:

From the Sea to Sky Highway heading north, turn left at Mamquam Road and head north on Government Road which will take you right to the viewing area.

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