Canada’s West Coast. Mountains. Stillness. Woods. Lake. Customizable facilities for conferences, outdoor education, summer camps, and retreats.
Our 73 acres of woods and farmland, in the foothills of Golden Ears Mountain, are the perfect backdrop to a camp and retreat centre that has brought incredible excitement and outdoor education to youth and adults since 1961.
Burnaby Village Museum & Carousel is a place where history comes to life - Stroll down the streets of a 1920s village exploring at your own pace.
Just 15 minutes from downtown, Vancouver's premier attraction offers the perfect destination for a truly rewarding and memorable experience. With a variety of cultural, educational and outdoor adventures to choose from...
An interactive theatre show taking place an actual pirate ship! Set sail for Adventure from Granville Island and check out our Pirate Boutique as well!
The Burns Bog Conservation Society is a member-driven charity founded in 1988 to save Burns Bog from development, and to protect and sustain it for future generations through education and controlled public access.
Invite some amazing rescued exotic animals to your birthday for an experience you won't forget. We will bring 18 to 20 different animals, a team of 2 people, teach everyone about animals in a fun and fast paced full hour of animal awesomeness!
Garden Park is tucked into a quiet but friendly neighbourhood and surrounded by stately street trees.
Time to shake the dust off those old bathing suits and get ready to plunge into the biggest free water park in North America! That’s right; the Granville Island Water Park will be open from Victoria Day long weekend to Labour Day long weekend.
The H.R. MacMillan Space Centre provides a unique learning experience for all. Visitors can learn about space and the night sky through Planetarium shows, live demonstrations, and an interactive exhibit gallery.
Norquay Park is a popular spot on jogging routes, for tai chi, or for relaxing in the sunshine. The northern portion of the park was redesigned in 2011.
Oak Park offers many winding paths throughout the park, picnic areas, and some wonderful trees. The spray park is a big attraction for children in hot weather.
We are a seven acre water park with water slides, pools, tenting, BBQ, and picnic areas.
Steveston Village is a destination not to be missed and is home to a myriad of shops and restaurants for all tastes, a perfect location to begin and end your Steveston whale watching excursion.
Come visit the former home of the Vancouver Coroner's Court to explore the history of crime and policing in our city at the Vancouver Police Museum. Learn about real-life CSI, and remember your camera for all those photo opportunities!
Always bursting with activity, Grandview Park is often the site of community activities, from picnics and plays to festivals and concerts.
With rolling lawns and appealing views, Harbour Green Park seems to float at the edge of Coal Harbour.
One of Vancouver’s oldest parks, Hastings Community Park boasts a wealth of activities for children and adults alike.
This very popular park boasts clean sand beaches, beautiful views of English Bay and downtown Vancouver, the fantastic Boathouse restaurant, and wide lawns perfect for throwing a Frisbee or relaxing in the sun.
Steveston Community Park is a 30 acre hub of activity in the heart of Steveston. It is a destination for families because of its unique and expansive playground and waterpark.
This facility is part of the Riverport Sports and Entertainment Complex and has easy access off of Highway 99 via exit 32, Steveston Highway east.
Welcome to Western Canada's only indoor beach centre. Book your special event hosted on a beach. You'll never have to worry about the rain or cold. We can guarantee the weather.
Aldor Acres is an active BC Dairy Farm located in Langley that is open year round for public tours.
Explore, Experience, Be Proud, Be Inspired. Relive some of BC sport’s greatest moments at the BC Sports Hall of Fame.
Britannia is an example of the type of village which once served the thriving fishing industry. This national historic site is representative of the diverse community built on pilings and connected by boardwalks.
Located in the heart of Vancouver’s downtown harbour front, Canada Place generates over $1 billion per year in economic activity and is the inspiring national landmark welcoming local residents, visitors and ships to the West Coast.
The Capilano Salmon Hatchery is located on the Capilano River in Capilano River Regional Park. Learn about and see fish develop from eggs to juvenile stage, when they are released to the river in spring.
The 450 ft long, 230 ft high Capilano Suspension Bridge has thrilled visitors since 1889. While the wobbly bridge and stunning location is a Vancouver landmark, Capilano Suspension Bridge Park offers an all-encompassing BC experience.