Lower Mainland BC Parks and Places

Choose a Lower Mainland Park on the map, or by Community below.

Choose the Lower Mainland Communities below 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 Places

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
grouse-mountain
The mountain is a popular year round recreation destination based in the North Shore Mountains located behind the community of North Vancouver, BC. Activities enjoyed include hiking, backpacking, wilderness camping, mountain biking, skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and helicopter skiing,
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Capilano Road
North Vancouver
vancouver-lynn-canyon-park
The park is a natural attraction and hiking trail destination. The featured natural attractions in the park include the Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge, the twin waterfalls, some hiking trails, a few quality lookouts and a 30 foot long natural swimming hole.
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Peters Road
North Vancouver
quay
The promenade is located on the waterfront following the banks of the Fraser River in New Westminster. Some of the amenities include a market, statues, sightseeing benches, washrooms, playground, off leash god area, lookout towers, picnic day use areas, water fountain and totem poles.
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Quayside Drive
New Westminster
queens-park-vancouver
The park is a horticultural park with beautiful gardens, a playground, spray park, sports fields, day use picnic areas, washrooms, petting zoo, tennis courts, gazebo, bandshell, picnic shelters and a food vendor operating in the summer months.
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1st Street
New Westminster
The parkland is a thin green space park mainly consisting of a 1 kilometre sightseeing pathway. The pathway is very well maintained and includes sightseeing benches, viewpoints, wooden bridges, flower gardens and a picnic shelter.
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Cumberland Street
New Westminster
moody-park2
The park is one of the larger and more developed parks in the community of New Westminster, BC, Canada. The park is a popular location for sporting events and it is a recreation destination for walking, picnicking and swimming, as well as, the location for some of the community buildings...
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8th Street
New Westminster
hume-newwest
The park is recreation destination and a children's park, as well as, a destination for community facilities. Activities enjoyed include walking, dog walking, swimming and biking.
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Kelly Street
New Westminster
glenbrook-park
The park is a garden park and walking destination measuring over 13 hectares. The park is not developed with many amenities but it has grown naturally surrounded by groves of trees, flower gardens, a waterfall and pond... and there are walking paths for exploring.
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Jamieson Court
New Westminster
matsqui-trail-mission
The park features a riverfront recreation path called the Matsqui Trail which is popular for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. The Matsqui Trail is gravel and measures about 7 kilometres one-way. There are picnic day use areas, horseback riding staging areas and pit toilets.
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Riverside Street
Mission
hayward-mission
The lakes are recreation areas featuring man made reservoir lakes and BC Hydro Dams located north of Mission, British Columbia, Canada. Some of the summer activities include hiking, boating, fishing, swimming, mountain biking, canoeing, kayaking, boating, camping, sightseeing, sunbathing and picnic.
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Hayward Lake Road
Mission
spanish-bank
Spanish Bank is considered one of the preferred sandy beach destinations in the city to escape the large crowds and the many sounds of the city. Some say Spanish Bank provides some of the best skyline views of the city.
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Tolmie Street
Vancouver
sunset-beach-vancouver
The beach is situated at the mouth of False Creek near the neighborhood of Yaletown. It is is one of many white sandy beaches located on Vancouver's Seawall (recreation pathway). The beach is located south of Stanley Park.
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Pacific Avenue
Vancouver
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
kitsilano-beach
"Kits" as referred to by the locals, is one of the more lively and crowded sandy beaches in the Metro Vancouver region. Some say "Kits" is one of the nicest sandy beaches in the region. The beach is white, long and enjoys great views of the coastline.
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Yew Street
Vancouver
jericho-beach
Jericho Beach is a popular sandy beach and it is larger than most beaches on the coastline. Jericho is considered a sunbathing and swimming destination, as well as, a destination for wind sports like windsurfing and sailing.
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Discovery Street
Vancouver
stanley-park-totems
The park measures over 400+ hectares (1000+ acres) and it is the most visited park in the Metro Vancouver region (Greater Vancouver Regional District). The park includes a network of wooded trails (27 kilometres), the Seawall (8.8 kilometre waterfront pathway), swimming beaches (2), forest groves...
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Beach Avenue
Vancouver
english-bay-beach
First Beach is located on the sandy shores of English Bay in Downtown Vancouver. The beach is one of the more popular beaches in the city and, due to ease of access, it is also one of the more populated beaches during the summer months.
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Beach Avenue
Vancouver
malcolm-knapp-research-forest
The 5,157 hectare forest research park is used for educational programs catering to local groups, schools and students attending the University of BC. It is also open to the public who wish to explore and hike the many trails in the forest.
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Silver Valley Road
Maple Ridge
kanaka-creek
The park measures 400 hectares and protects both banks of the Kanaka Creek for approximately 12 kilometres. There are hiking trails, canoe and kayak launch, a fish hatchery, day use picnic area, wooden lookout towers and a waterfall.
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252nd Street
Maple Ridge
rolley-lake-provincial-park
The park is considered a recreation and campground destination in the region with a beach area, day use picnic area, 2 hiking trails, a large parking area, sani station and a child's playground.
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Bell Road
Maple Ridge
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