Waterloo Eddy Regional Park
The 3.7 ha park is located along the eastern shores of Columbia River, south of Castlegar, BC and is designated a Waterfront Access Park in the RDCK Official Regional Parks Plan.
Waterloo Eddy was divested by the Province of BC to the RDCK in 2011 to foster the existing uses for walking, picnicking, and boating/fishing access. It is also one of two staging areas for the Castlegar portion of the Columbia Trail that connects with the City of Trail along the east side of Columbia River. The park has minimal facilities, and is used primarily by local residents. It was supported by the RDCK Board and Castlegar & District Community Complex Recreation Commission (CDCCRC) for inclusion into the Regional Parks system.
The Purpose and Operations Statement provides the direction for planning, management and development of Waterloo Eddy. Implementation of this POS is of an operational nature, with follow-through on an as-needed basis and dependent on the availability of financial and staffing capacity.
This Page Last Updated: March 29th, 2012