March 8, 2020

When someone mentions evergreens to me, I usually think of conifer trees.  It might be the spire-like subalpine fir I see on the way to Dipper Lake, the bushy lodgepole pine and Douglas fir that carpet much of the park, or even the scattered Ponderosa pine that dot the...

October 2, 2019

A visitor to the Kimberley in the summer may not notice how abundant western larch trees are in many parts of the Nature Park. In the next few weeks, as the days shorten and the green larch needles turn to gold, their presence will be eye-catching.

The view from Romanti...

September 23, 2019

Users of the Nature Park should be especially careful this fall when hiking or biking along Romantic Ridge, Pat Morrow Trail and Lower Army Road (see map below).

We have just learned that a contract has been awarded by the City to Fall Line Forestry for anothe...

July 6, 2019

When it comes to berry-picking around Kimberley, huckleberries are far and away the most popular fruit to harvest even though the Saskatoon bush is one of the most common shrubs in the area. The Nature Park is full of Saskatoon bushes, but it is fairly rare to find one...

May 27, 2019

The KNPS is updating the Park Management Plan and is seeking public comment on the new draft which is posted below. 

The Management Plan is a requirement of the Provincial License of Occupation that authorizes the City of Kimberley to designate the area for park purpose...

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