All Natural.

Welcome to Creston Valley Wildlife!

Dedicated and passionate individuals and organizations around the world work hard to make sure our outstanding natural spaces remain intact. In the Creston Valley, we are fortunate to have a rich history in conservation. Many people were instrumental in promoting the conservation and protection of the diverse landscape we now call the Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area (CVWMA).

Geographically speaking, we are located in the southeast corner of British Columbia, Canada.

Our mission is to manage the area for conservation and natural species diversity through active habitat and wildlife management, research and education.

For directions and addresses, please go to directions page.  To contact us via phone or email please go to the contact us page.


PLEASE NOTE:  The Administration Office will be

CLOSED: MONDAY, October 12, 2020







September 21, 2020

Duck Lake Water Control
















August 15, 2020

Motorized Vehicle Closure of south dike at Duck Lake - August 15 - Oct 15

Please note the Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development has approved the following Motorized Access Restrictions on the CVWMA at the south dike of Duck Lake. The regulation can be viewed in the 2018-2020 Hunting and Trapping Regulations Synopsis, MU 4-6, page 48. Please contact your regional office with any questions.
Cranbrook: 250-489-8540
Nelson: 250-354-6333

Pedestrian and bicycle traffic is still welcome on the dyke during the motorized vehicle restriction, however, please be alert and careful to allow Northern Leopard Frogs to migrate safely across the dike.

Duck Lake Dike Closure