Lower Mainland BC Parks and Places

Choose the Lower Mainland Community to view parks, trails and places to go.

Abbotsford

Abbotsford Parks, Trails and Places

Burnaby

Burnaby Parks, Trails and Places

Chilliwack

Chilliwack Parks, Trails and Places

Coquitlam

Coquitlam Parks, Trails and Places

Delta

Delta Parks, Trails and Places

Harrison Hot Springs

Harrison Hot Springs Parks, Trails and Lakes in the Harrison River Valley including communities of Kent, Harrison Mills and Agassiz.

Hope

Hope Parks, Trails and Places

Langley

Langley Parks, Trails and Places

Maple Ridge

Maple Ridge Parks, Trails and Places

Mission

Mission Parks, Trails and Places

New Westminster

New Westminster Parks, Trails and Places

North Vancouver

North Vancouver Parks, Trails and Places

Pitt Meadows

Pitt Meadows Parks, Trails and Places

Port Moody

Port Moody Parks, Trails and Places

Richmond

Richmond Parks, Trails and Places

Surrey

Surrey Parks, Trails and Places

Vancouver

Vancouver Parks, Trails and Places

West Vancouver

West Vancouver Parks, Trails and Places

White Rock

White Rock Parks, Trails and Places
minnekhada-regional-park
The park is a developed area with a historic lodge and floral gardens and a recreation destination and a wildlife sanctuary built around the Pitt - Addington Marsh.
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Quarry Road
Coquitlam
serpentine-fen-park-220
Serpentine Fen Park also referred to as the Serpentine Wildlife Area is a protected wetland-marsh eco system popular for birdwatching and walking trails in the region of Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. The trails follow a system of dykes leading to 3 viewing towers.
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44th Avenue
Surrey
clearbrook-park
Discover Clearbrook Park & Downes Bowl Trail. A recreation green space area with an activity trail located in the community of Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada.
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Abbotsford
garry-point-park
Garry Point Park is an open air green space park situated on the Sturgeon Banks of the Fraser River. The park is a popular destination for sightseeing, picnicking, flying kites and for accessing a waterfront path and a sandy beach.
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7th Avenue
Richmond
wreck-beach
The beach is located on the grounds of the University of British Columbia and is the first legal and largest nudist beach in Canada. The clothing optional beach measures 7 kilometres long.
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NW Marine Drive
Vancouver
blackie-spit-vancouver-220
Blackie Spit Park is considered one of the better birding sites in the region for shore birds and marine birds. Other activities enjoyed in the park include hiking, swimming, picnicking and sightseeing.
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McBride Avenue
Surrey
barnet-marine-park
Barnet Marine Park is a sightseeing marine destination with trails, change rooms, outdoor showers, grassy lawns, swimming area, BBQs, washrooms, canoe launch, off leash dog area, fishing pier and various day use picnic sites.
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Takeda Drive
Burnaby
skagit-valley-provincial-park
The Cascade Recreation Area is a remote and rugged wilderness park. It is an adventure destination located north of Hope, BC for those who seek a truly wilderness experience when exploring in British Columbia, Canada.
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Whipsaw Creek Forest Service Road
Hope
dundarave-beach
Dundarave Park is a waterfront park popular because of the white sandy beach, marine scenery and a seawalk.
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25th Street
West Vancouver
cypress-falls-trail
Cypress Falls Trail explores an old growth forest before leading to two natural viewpoints overlooking a waterfall. There is a lower and upper viewpoint. The trail measures only 2-3 kilometres return.
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Woodgreen Place
West Vancouver
whytecliff-park
The park is a sightseeing park and a Salt Water Marine Protected Area located near Horseshoe Bay which is west of West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Activities in the park include scuba diving, swimming, birdwatching, hiking and picnicking.
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Marine Drive
West Vancouver
tynehead-regional-park-2
Tynehead Regional Park is a recreation and educational destination located on the banks of the Serpentine River in the community of Surrey, BC, Canada. The park trails lead to birdwatching and salmon spawning viewing areas, a garden and a fish hatchery.
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168th Street
Surrey
como-lake-park
Como Lake Park is located in Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada and is considered a very popular park setting for enjoying a casual walk or jog. Other activities enjoyed in the park include fishing, picnicking and birdwatching.
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Gatensbury Street
Coquitlam
fortlangley
The park is a National Historic Site of Canada and was once a fur trading post operated by the Hudson's Bay Company. The fort was a post for trading furs, supplies, food and guns, as well as, a transportation depot for exporting goods to far away lands.
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Mavis Street
Langley
gulf-of-georgia-cannery
Gulf of Georgia Cannery is a National Historic Site situated on the waterfront in Steveston Landing. The cannery was built in 1894 and operated until 1979 and became one of British Columbia's biggest exporters of fish goods and leading producers of canned salmon.
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4th Avenue
Richmond
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