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Canada’s West Coast. Mountains. Stillness. Woods. Lake. Customizable facilities for conferences, outdoor education, summer camps, and retreats.
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...
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.
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.
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.
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.
Experience a guided tour, sip on traditional Chinese tea and enjoy vibrant art exhibitions. The Garden is the perfect place to visit, with covered walkways and beautiful pavilions protecting you from Vancouver’s famous rainforest conditions!
The Greenheart Canopy Walkway will spark your adventurous spirit as you navigate suspended walkways and tree platforms high above the forest ﬂoor
Join us for an unique Vancouver experience offering unparalleled panoramic views of the city skyline, the surrounding Coastal Mountain range and many of the area's most famous landmarks.
Hastings Community Centre, located on Hastings Street just east of Renfrew Street opposite to the PNE and Hastings Park, serves all ages and cultures and offers a myriad of recreational programs and events.
Visit our natural history museum and the temperate rainforest! Since our doors opened in 1971, our programs and interactive exhibits have helped over 100,000 people each year.
Stanley Park Ecology Society promotes awareness of and respect for the natural world and plays a leadership role in the stewardship of Stanley Park through collaborative initiatives in education, research and conservation.
The Stanley Park Railway is one of Vancouver's most popular attractions, hosting events for Easter, Halloween and Christmas. The railway is open for summer visitors from mid-June through Labour Day.
Known as a regional destination, Queen's Park accommodates a wide range of unique individual, family and sporting pursuits.
Step aboard one of our old-fashioned horse-drawn vehicles and meander in comfort through the natural beauty of Stanley Park, Vancouver’s thousand acre wonderland.