Gwynne Vaughan Park is located in the City of Chilliwack, and consists of 6.8 acres of gardens, lawns, a field and a heritage orchard, all surrounding a heritage house built in 1896. The park also provides 30 community garden plots which are allocated on an annual basis.

Home to a large variety of specimen trees, shrubs and roses and a large formal perennial border, Gwynne Vaughan Park is a popular site for wedding ceremonies, club picnics and family gatherings.  


The Park is managed by the Gwynne Vaughan Park Society and is owned by the City of Chilliwack.

Annual Plant Sale

All profits from our Plant Sale go towards maintaining and enhancing the house and gardens.

Our Plant Sale is open to vendors who sell all kinds of plants, art and outdoor crafts. We also have a silent auction, food and beverage vendors as well as live music and childrens' activities including the popular Rotary Train. 

Click The Plant Sale Button below for more information and Vendor Application Package.

Plant Sale Tradition: Strawberry Tea 

Weddings - Picnics - Parties


Gwynne Vaughan Park, with its beautifully manicured grounds, is a perfect setting for large and small gatherings. Your picnic can take place under the shade of the 110 year old maple tree or in the Rotary Pavilion, which has power and water. There's also our Heritage Orchard and many other beautiful sites throughout the Park.


There are picnic tables in the Park and the washroom is in the yellow building adjacent to the Community Gardens.


We recommend booking your event in advance. Booking ensures that Pavilion power and water are turned on. The washroom is only unlocked for booked events. 

There is no set charge for picnics or parties. Payment is by donation. You can check availability by clicking the Calendar Button. 

To Reserve your event, check the calendar for availability, then fill out the Booking Form.

Individuals and small groups are, of course, most welcome to visit our beautiful Park at any time.

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© 2017 Gwynne Vaughan Park

Pictures of our Park are primarily the work of Susan Milner

with contributions from David Gillespie