The Peach Creek Rotary Trail offers a peaceful walk along a salmon spawning channel and hosts several viewing benches available to enjoy the view of birds over the marsh, hear the creek babble, spot swimming fish and find evidence of working beavers.
Easily accessible from the Lickman Vedder Parking Lot and approximately 1.7 km long, the level-walking trail is well maintained for all to enjoy. It connects to the Vedder Rotary Trail at two points to create walking loop, and also connects to the Vedder North Dyke Trail at several other few points.
Peach Creek and the surrounding area is a popular stop for a wide variety of people. Local schools who participate in a salmonid learning program often visit the creek as it offers several marked areas along the creek where students can easily release their salmon, and with the Vedder River so close and easily accessible, it is the perfect stop for a Sunday riverside family picnic.
Click here to view a trail map of the surrounding area.
Washrooms available at the parking lot and along the Vedder Rotary Trail. Visit the City of Chilliwack’s website for more information.