What is the Heritage Centre?

Open to the public Monday to Friday from 10:00am to 2:00pm, except holidays.

Currently, the Heritage Centre is recommended for designation as a District of North Vancouver heritage building and as a provincial heritage site.

In 2005, the Elders Council for Parks in British Columbia struck an agreement with BC Parks to establish a Heritage Centre in the old ranger station at the entrance to Mount Seymour Provincial Park, one of only two ranger stations in BC’s provincial park systm.

The Heritage Centre is dedicated to the provision of public education on why regional, provincial, national and international parks are important to society, how they are created and how they are managed. The centre will serve as the staging ground for numerous educational and interpretive programs designed to carry out the Elders Council’s objectives.

To ensure that current parks managers, staff, and others have access to the skills and knowledge of those who have retired in ways that really help.

Please contact us for more information on bequests and legacies. Help us recognize the work you have done, and ensure that the parks legacy lives on.