Have you ever wanted your own quiet walking trail in a beautiful environment? Well, now you have it!
Promontory Park, overlooking Chilliwack, is a unique subdivision built around a nature reserve for the exclusive use of its home-owners. The park preserves a hundred-year-old grove of cedars sloping up from a year round stream. Visitors follow a meandering, scenic, mountain-side trail to share this quiet shelter with native birds and animals and see dozens of indigenous plant species. To our knowledge
In addition, the plethora of plant life, including 4 types of ferns, combine to make this a restful and relaxing place. Stop on your walk at the park gazebo, or rest on one of the benches, because this is YOUR park.
A few native plants noted on site are the following:
Salmonberry, Thimbleberry, Devil's club, Lady fern, Maidenhair fern, Sword fern, Spinywood fern, Red Alder, Western red cedar, Vine maple, Fringecup, Piggyback plant, Vanilla leaf, Bleeding heart, Nootka rose, Honeysuckle, and Red dock.
A truly eco-sensitive development,