The District of Kitimat is urging people to be cautious around Hirsch Creek and the Kitimat River after recent heavy rainfall.
Officials say both waterways are experiencing high volumes and that levels may change with little warning.
The district has closed the Dyke Road and has asked people to use caution near stream and river banks due to the possibility of unstable ground.
Officials say they will continue to evaluate river banks at Radley Park and Hirsch Creek for erosion.
Anyone with concerns about river banks in the parks can contact the District of Kitimat or Riverlodge.
Environment Canada has ended a heavy rainfall warning for the Kitimat area.