Second Beach is on the Stanley Park Seawall. It’s here, just west of Stanley Park’s Lost Lagoon, where you’ll find a small sandy beach, a large children’s playground, picnic shelter and BBQ facilities, a concession, oceanside heated outdoor pool, is lifeguarded Victoria Day (late ...Read More
On a sunny day, the shorelines of our lakes and oceans are everyone’s favourite playground. Check out our listing of the local beaches.
Sunset Beach, positioned at the mouth of False Creek, is a less populated jewel close to the West End and the Yaletown neighbourhoods. Well behaved dogs will find an off-leash area to the south of the nearby Vancouver Aquatic Centre. Sunset Beach is part of ...Read More
Kitsilano Beach and Pool is definitely a happening place geared for the younger crowd. With a lovely view over the open bay from the North Shore mountains to Stanley Park, Kitsilano Beach is one of Vancouver’s most popular natural landmarks. The beach is a beautiful ...Read More
Although technically just one bank, the Spanish Banks beaches are divided into three sections: East, Extension, and West. These beaches are backed by grassy fields, which make them popular for walks, family gatherings, picnics, soccer and volleyball games. Spanish Banks is part of Vancouver’s ...Read More
White Rock Beaches are known for stunning sunsets and fair weather. The beaches include West beach, East beach and Crescent Beach, where you will enjoy miles of sandy beaches, strolling the promenades, beach combing, crab fishing, sunbathing, swimming, crab fishing, kayaking and sailing. ...Read More
Buntzen Lake Reservoir’s amazing setting, adjacent hiking trails and cool waters make it a popular destination year round, particularly on hot weekends! Buntzen Lake provides the following facilities for your enjoyment: picnic tables, shelter and grass play areas, boat and canoe launch areas, canoe ...Read More
With its stunning locale between Vancouver’s Downtown and the Port, Crab Park at Portside is a large, open space for everyone. Crab Park has become one of the largest parks along the shores of the Burrard Inlet, with dozens of interesting views to see ...Read More