"Grant Narrows Regional Park To reach Grant Narrows park, drive east of the Pitt River Bridge on the Lougheed Highway (Highway 7). You are now in Pitt Meadows, about 25 km (15.5 mi.) from Vancouver. Turn north on Harris Road at the traffic lights where a large sign points to Pitt Lake. You begin to drive through agricultural land at this point, past prosperous-looking dairy and tree farms. Turn right on McNeil Road, then left on 132nd Avenue and left again at Neaves Road, following it north past the Swaneset Bay golf course, with its imposing clubhouse. Neaves crosses both the south and north arms of the Alouette River, along whose 17 km (10.5 km) of dike trails you might see people walking, jogging, cycling or horseback riding. Beyond the narrow bridge that spans the North Alouette, the road becomes rougher as its name changes from Neaves to Rannie. The park lies 10 km (6.2 mi.) north of here."

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