PARK AMENITIES & ACCESSIBILITY
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About This Park
Centennial Park & Bridge Creek is a leisure park and trail destination located in the small community of 100 Mile House, British Columbia, Canada. The wide open spaces, the Bridge Creek Trail and the well maintained grass lawns provide an ideal setting for summer activities.
Naturalists will enjoy exploring the park because of the vegetation and wildlife viewing opportunities. Throughout the park and along the trails are White Spruce, Cottonwood, Mountain Alder trees. At the foot of the trees one can see Wintergreens, Calypso Orchids, Reindeer Moss, Pixie Cups and Rocky Mountain Junipers.
Some of the wildlife in the park includes Golden Crowned Kinglets, ducks, Tree Toads, grouse, Winter Wrens, Black Capped Chickadees and Mule Deers.
Park Facilities & Accessibility Features
Access Route #1 From parking lot to picnic site - There are no accessible parking stalls designated at this location. The access route to the picnic area is comprised of gravel and grass. The typical running slope is a gentle 1 to 2 degrees. Access Route #2 - Parking to creek bridge: This route is comprised of grass and gravel and has a moderate running slope of 2 to 3 degrees. Download Full Accessibility Audit
Goods & Services
There is no information or interpretive centre at this location. Download Full Accessibility Audit
The washroom generally meets code. The door is wide enough to get through and the washroom stall is equipped with grab bars. There is no signage indicating that the washroom is accessible. Download Full Accessibility Audit
Accessible parking is provided. The viewing area is typically gentle gradient of 1 to 2 degrees. There is room to maneuver. The surface is mostly comprised of grass which can be difficult for some people with mobility equipment. Download Full Accessibility Audit
There is a 1.5 kilometre trail from the parking lot to the benches along the creek. This trail is comprised of gravel and is firm and compact. The typical running slope is a gentle 1 to 2 degrees. There are portions of the trail that are a moderate 2 to 3 degrees. Download Full Accessibility Audit
There is a small rugged foot path to the water but is it is not accessible. Download Full Accessibility Audit