This boat launch is located in Dewdney Regional Park and perfect for anglers to access the Fraser River and Nicomen Slough. The park is popular in the fall with anglers fishing for coho salmon. Several species of shorebirds are common at the water's edge during the fall, and many bald eagles are seen feeding on spawning salmon.
A day out at the lake sounds spectacular, but make sure you know before you go, always have a plan and take the essentials:
Wear a life jacket: It’s the most effective piece of safety equipment you can use while on the water. Most marine incidents occur quickly and without warning.
Be prepared: Carry the required safety equipment and ensure vessel preparedness. It could save your life on the water.
Be aware of cold water risks: The immediate effects of cold water immersion can be life-threatening.
Don't drink and boat: For your own safety and the safety of others, you must to be attentive and responsive.
Take a course: Familiarize yourself with the area and activity in which you are engaging.
For more information on water safety click here.