This may be our last chance to save the Gray Road Forest. Make sure to tell people about this opportunity to see both it and "Mclellan Park" so they can judge for themselves. Remember neither has official or nature preserve status. YET. We can't rest until they do.
If you want to visit these special places, located at the corner of 252nd Street and 84th Avenue and just blocks away on 257a Street, let me tell you two ways to get there.
1) Exit Fort Langley by way of River Road. Follow River Road past Armstrong Road and over the West Creek Bridge. At the West Creek Bridge the road turns and becomes 88th Avenue. Follow 88th to the next turnoff at 252nd . Turn down 252nd until the next intersection. McLellan Park will be at the northeast corner of that intersection with Aldor Acres kitty corner to it.Gray Road Forest is just 5 blocks east with access to the trailhead on the side street 257a.
2) If your coming from Aldergrove or the freeway come down 264th street until you get to to the flatlands of Glen Valley. Turnoff at 84th Avenue and keep going until you get 257a. The trailhead is up that side street. From 84th Avenue McLellan Park is just blocks away due west.
Please remember that this a residential street and to respect private property and when you get to the forest remember that this is public property and wildlife habitat that we are trying to conserve so please act in a responsible manner towards nature.So all pets should be kept on a leash etc.