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Burges James Gadsen

Named after an early pioneer family of the Columbia River Valley, the park encompasses the portion of the provincially significant Columbia River marshes called the Moberly Marsh.

Situated 11 km (6.5 mi) west of Golden between the Trans Canada Highway and the Columbia River, Burges James Gadsden Park encompasses much of Moberly Marsh.

This area, also a Ducks Unlimited Conservation project, protects the northern portion of the Columbia River Wetlands that stretch 185 km (115 mi) between Canal Flats and Golden.

This park has a small vehicle pull-out viewing area along the Trans Canada Highway with no picnic tables or other facilities.

Contact Information

Between the TransCanada Hwy & Columbia River

10 km N of GOLDEN, BC

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