Parks & Pathways

Rocky Point Park

Rocky Point Park is Port Moody’s best known park. The park has a large variety of amenities including: recreational pier, outdoor pool, skateboard park, bike trials park, playground, spray park beach, boat launch, Old Mill Boat House, artists in the park, hiking and biking trails and wildlife viewing. And yes,
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Best Playground Water Park Combos
10 Best Playground Water Park Combos in Metro Vancouver

Summertime is about freedom, exploring, playing and making new friends. The long days of summer should be filled with endless games of grounders, tag, water fights and laughter. Our family is always on the lookout for a park that can keep our boys busy for many hours. No sane parent
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At the Tip of West Vancouver – Beautiful and Historic Lighthouse Park

Heading into West Vancouver. Be sure to visit beautiful historic Lighthouse Park! When in the area, a trip to the only old-growth forest left in the Lower Mainland of Vancouver is a must! An awesome place to go for a leisurely stroll, or a swift paced hike or run, the
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Dr Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden
Dr Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden

Nominated as one of the greatest places in Canada! Journey back in time, at Dr Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, to 15th Century China and enjoy this “window to another world”. An authentic representation of an age–old garden tradition which reached its peak in the Ming Dynasty, here you will find
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VanDusen Botanical Garden
VanDusen Botanical Garden is Incredibly Kid-Friendly!

  Visiting a beautifully landscaped garden with kids isn’t usually the first thing that springs to mind when planning a family activity. Traditionally families with young kids are looking for a place to take their offspring that provides space to move, nothing to break, and visitors who don’t care if
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Bear Creek Park
Bear Creek Park Train & Mini Golf

The locomotives Eddy The Engine and Chough, take you in their coaches into the woods of Bear Creek Park, through the magical tunnel which features seasonal displays, through the forest of giant cottonwood trees, past the Bear Creek Floral Garden, over the King Creek Bridge and back to the station
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Queen Elizabeth Park

  Queen Elizabeth Park is the second most visited park in Vancouver and offers some of the most beautiful public gardens anywhere! Here you will find golf, tennis, lawn bowling, disc golf, an extensive outdoor arboretum and the indoor Bloedel Floral Conservatory, where you can visit with the fish and
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harbour green park
Harbour Green Park in Vancouver

Harbour Green Park floats along the edge of Coal Harbour. The park can be accessed from the seawall or from its Bute Street entrance, where a spectacular water feature doubles as a summer spray park. Harbour Green offers the longest continuous waterfront park in the downtown area and beautiful views.
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Lynn Canyon Park – Suspension Bridge

Lynn Canyon Park features a suspension bridge that sways 50 meters above the canyon. It was built privately in 1912 when the park opened. Lynn Canyon also offers a selection of walking and hiking trails that connect to other parks in the region such as Lynn Headwaters, Rice Lake, and
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Spring Break at Bloedel Conservatory
Bloedel Conservatory

The Bloedel Conservatory is open daily, rain or shine. The triodetic dome is filled with exotic plants, tropical flowers, colourful Koi fish and over 100 free-flying birds of various species. Tropical plants include palms, bromeliads and the many other exotic plants from around the world. Ask at the front desk
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