"The delicate balance between conservation and recreation is well maintained, with a mix of areas providing engaging recreational activities and undeveloped areas maintained for nature. Park visitors appreciate both the physical and mental health benefits of recreating in nature and the need to steward the park lands for nature.
There is significance in the past, the present and the future use of this area. The principles of friendship and respect are shown to First Nations by working cooperatively to ensure that First Nation peoples feel welcome on their traditional lands, Indigenous knowledge is incorporated into on-going park management, and park values are available to the next generations.
Research, educational programs, and partnering opportunities are fostering a greater understanding of the natural, cultural and recreational environment of the park, a desire to help protect those different values, and on-going respect between park visitors."