The natural beauty and diversity of Francis/King Regional Park is matched by its fascinating human history. Join Royal BC Museum Learning Program Developer Liz Crocker on this walk back in time. Learn about the two men the park is named after, Tommy Francis and Freeman (Skipper) King, and how their friendship led to the protection of this special place. Liz will share some of the stories and history she uncovered from past work at this park.
Meet in front of the Nature House. We’ll begin on the Elsie King Boardwalk, a universal design trail accessible for those with limited mobility, then step off onto a forest trail for the remainder of the walk. Children ages 12 and up accompanied by an adult are welcome. No dogs please.