Parks & Playgrounds In Vancouver, BC
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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.
Canada’s West Coast. Mountains. Stillness. Woods. Lake. Customizable facilities for conferences, outdoor education, summer camps, and retreats.
The Montessori Day Care Society was established in 1974 as a not-for-profit society. We were one of the very first Montessori schools in Vancouver and are very proud to have been providing Montessori education for more than 40 years!
In Wonderland ~ a Loving place to grow!
Great after school programs, Pro D days, Winter, Spring & Summer Camps.
Fun programs exploring creative arts, nature and parks in Vancouver kids friendly places.
Spend the day at Crash Crawly’s with the kids! We have an amazing playground, laser tag, mini golf, a train ride and a cafe.
Located in the western region of West Vancouver with easy access to Horseshoe Bay, Gleneagles Golf Course, local trails, and the Gleneagles Adventure Park. Gleneagles Community Centre is a place to get active, get creative, or relax with friends
Habitat Systems encourages the development of healthy communities by selecting park, playground and landscape products that are innovative, kind to the environment, and offer superior technologies.
Located at 9150 112 St, Delta, BC, Canada
The H.R. MacMillan Space Centre brings the wonders of space to Earth. Through innovative programming, exhibits and activities, our goal is to inspire sustained interest in the fields of Earth science, space science and astronomy.
Located at 975 King Albert Ave, Coquitlam, BC V3J 1X4, Canada
Located at 1151 Stanley Park Dr, Vancouver, BC V6G 3E2, Canada
At West Richmond Community Centre, we have many modern recreation facilities and programs that contribute to a healthy active community and help to enhance ones quality of life.
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.
Imagine a week of fun that includes a field trip, parks, crafts, cooking, music, stories, swimming and more! Now imagine an entire summer of those weeks! It's a summer you child won't want to miss. Check us out today!
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.
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.
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.
The Queenston Park is located at 3415 Queenston Avenue (just north of David Avenue on Coast Meridian Road) in Coquitlam.
Emery Barnes, a long time community activist and member of the British Columbia Legislature.
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.
Always bursting with activity, Grandview Park is often the site of community activities, from picnics and plays to festivals and concerts.
The Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture is committed to serving all Delta residents by providing opportunities, experiences and events that encourage active participation for all ages and ability levels.
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