Jericho Beach Park is part of Vancouver’s Seawall and has a large playing field area that is used for baseball, rugby, and soccer. There are five tennis courts, as well as swimming rafts, picnic tables, a concession and washrooms. Lifeguards patrol the beach from Victoria Day (late May) to Labour Day (early September).
The Beach Park provides amazing views of West Vancouver and you can watch people participating in various water sports in the bay. The eastern section of the beach caters to swimmers and the west to sailboats and windsurfers. Jericho Beach Park is a favourite destination to walk for many Vancouverites.
Pay parking can be found at Wallace Street. This beach is also a favourite spot for watching the annual Celebration of Light fireworks display at the end of June.
Address: Wallace Street/Discovery Street, Vancouver