Park Use Permit Application

Park use permits are required for any planned activities, events or services in a regional park. If an application needs approval from the Regional District Board of Directors, it must be submitted 45 days before the event. Applications that do not need Regional Board approval can be submitted three days before the event.

This park use permit system allows the Regional District to manage any negative impacts on resources, facilities, operations and public safety when using a regional park. Park use permits are issued free of charge but damage deposits and site preparation or clean-up fees may apply.



Type of use

Is a participant fee being charged?
Is a spectator fee being charged?
Fees are charged for services including garbage collection, power, early gate access, snow clearing and access to buildings.
Alcoholic beverages and fireworks are prohibited.
Comprehensive General Liability Insurance
Comprehensive General Liability Insurance may be required and proof of insurance must be submitted prior to the permit being issued.
Water Surfaces
The Regional District does not manage water surfaces and activities. However, if you are holding a water-based activity, but need land-based facilities such as picnic shelter or other reservable park space, a permit is required.
Release and Indemnification
By submitting this application you have read, understood and agree to the following:
In consideration of the participants rights to participate in events and otherwise use Regional District of Fraser-Fort George Parks lands and facilities, assumes all risks and hazards incidental to such participation and use and agrees to release, absolve, save harmless and keep indemnified the Regional District of Fraser-Fort George and its officers, employees, officials, agents, servants, and representatives from and against all claims, actions, costs, expenses and demands with respect to death, injury, loss or damage to the person or property of the participant, howsoever caused, arising out of or in connection with the participants taking part in the event. It is understood that this agreement is to be binding on myself, my heirs, executors and assigns.