We’ve been lucky to see more sunny days than rainy days this fall – which is great for spending time in nature. With a few colourful leaves hanging on to the branches and even more blanketing the ground, it’s a beautiful landscape to walk, or crunch, through.

Our Creekside and Canopy at Tynehead Park townhome projects are positioned right next door to nature, so residents can easily explore the outdoors on a whim – or at the slightest hint of a break in the rain.

Kanaka Creek in Maple Ridge is a natural playground for residents at Creekside. The regional park feels rugged and remote, with towering forest trees, cascading waterfalls, and elegant sandstone cliffs. You can wander along a trail deep within the forest or stroll in a more open setting beside the Fraser River. Climb an observation tower to view the intertidal marsh or cross the creek on a wooden bridge. You can also spy salmon at the hatchery and read about their journey in the creek. Learn more about the stunning landscape of Kanaka Creek in this vibrant article.

Over in Surrey, Tynehead Park stretches 642 acres – that’s a lot of backyard for homeowners at neighbouring Canopy. This regional park is a favourite destination for cycling, walking, jogging, dog walking, and picnics. Several trails loop through the park, some beside the tranquil Serpentine River. Watch out for wildlife – birds, coyotes, and salmon call the park home. Bundle up, pack a picnic, and venture out for a meal in the open air before the temperature drops into snow season.

Take the time to witness the final leaves spiral down. There’s a lot to love about both of these parks – and there are always new sights to see as the seasons change.

3BR townhomes at Creekside are now selling in Maple Ridge with a limited-time promotion offering $10,000 off select homes. And 3 & 4BR townhomes are now selling at Canopy in Surrey, also with a limited-time promotion, offering $35,000 off of tandem style homes and $20,000 off side-by-side homes.