Matsqui Prairie Neighbourhood ParksMatsqui Prairie – Abbotsford Neighbourhood Parks

The Matsqui Prairie covers Glenmore Road all the way over to Old Clayburn Road and up from Downes Road to the Fraser River. Strange that Clayburn Park isn’t in the Clayburn neighbourhood we know, but it actually just borders it.

Clayburn Park – Matsqui Prairie

Located at: 34845 Clayburn Road, Abbotsford British Columbia
Clayburn Park is Located in the Historic Part of Abbotsford called Old Clayburn. The park is directly across from the Clayburn Village Store and Tea Shop which was established in 1905 it is one of 3 buildings from that Era. The park has a beautiful big weeping willow tree right in the front of a huge green space and baseball diamond.
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Matsqui Trail Regional Park – Matsqui Prairie

Located at 7532 Walters Street, Abbotsford, British Columbia
Matsqui Trail Regional Park stretches along the Fraser River and under the Abbotsford-Mission Bridge. The trails are gravel and flat making it perfect for exercising yourself, your dogs or horses. Along the trails you get great views of the local farms, mountains, the river as well as looking over the river to Mission.
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Matsqui Village Park

Located at: 6074 Riverside Road, Abbotsford, British Columbia.
This park has a baseball diamond, as well as an awesome playground for this kids. There is a gazebo and picnic tables, as well as a road hockey area with nets.
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Willband Creek Park & Detention Pond – Matsqui Prairie

Located at: 34350 Bateman Road, Abbotsford, British Columbia
Willband Creek Park & Detention Pond, is located on the corner of Bateman Road and HWY 11 in Abbotsford. There is a parking lot for the park just off Bateman Rd. This is a great place to walk. The full loop is a gravel path 2.76 km long, has a total ascent of 12.07 m and has a maximum elevation of 5.58 m, there is a smaller loop that is 1.6 km and many other pathways that branch off, (for a shorter walk) and go back to the parking lot. Along the trails you’re walking beside two ponds that are filled with wild birds.
ParkingWheelchair Accessible BathroomsWashroom FacilitiesWalking TrailsPark BenchLitter DisposalDog Park Dogs Allowed

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