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
cheam-lake-park
Discover Cheam Lake Wetlands Regional Park. A sightseeing recreation park located east of the community of Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada. The park is a popular destination for birdwatching, hiking and picnicking...
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Elgey Road
Chilliwack
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cheampeak-views
Discover Cheam Ridge Regional Trail. A recreation trail which climbs to the summit of Mount Cheam which is located southeast of the community of Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada. The trail is popular for sightseeing and hiking...
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Chipmunk Creek Forest Service Road
Chilliwack
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centennial-park-white-rock
Centennial Park is a recreation and sporting field park located in the community of White Rock, British Columbia, Canada.
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White Rock
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burnaby-central-park
Central Park is located in Burnaby, BC. The park measures over 90+ hectares and is situated on the border of Downtown Vancouver and Burnaby.
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Kingsway Street
Burnaby
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cascade-fallsmission
The waterfall park is located northeast of the community of Mission, British Columbia, Canada. The Cascade Falls Regional Park includes a hiking path, viewing deck, picnic day use area, pit toilets and a parking lot. The highlight of the park is a 30 metre (98 foot) waterfall dropping into a canyon
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Ridgeview Road
Mission
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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
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gulf-of-georgia-cannery
Gulf of Georgia Cannery is a National Historic Site situated on the Vancouver waterfront in British Columbia, Canada.
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Richmond
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vancouver-capilano-suspension-bridge
The park is an adventure destinations located in the North Vancouver, BC. The central highlight is the 136 metre (446 feet) hanging suspension bridge which spans across a deep gorge canyon 70 metres (230 feet) high above the Capilano River.
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North Vancouver
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burnaby-mountain
Burnaby Mountain is one of the dominant geographical features of Burnaby, BC, Canada. The mountain peak reaches an 370 metres (1214 ft) and looks out over Burrard Inlet and the City of Vancouver.
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Barnett Highway
Burnaby
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hawk-south-arm-marshes-220
Discover Burns Bog. A protected ecological reserve following the southern arm of the Fraser River located near the community of Delta, British Columbia, Canada.
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Delta
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campbell-valley-regional-park
The park is a recreation and historical destination on both banks of the Little Campbell River. The 535 hectare park includes over 18+ kilometres of recreation trails, some historic buildings and a popular equestrian centre. The park is a popular destination for hiking, horseback riding, horse...
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8 Avenue
Langley
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buntzen-lake-park
The recreation lake is a man made reservoir. The lake, swimming beach, picnic day use areas and trails are the highlights of the recreation area. Activities include hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, sightseeing, canoeing, kayaking, picnicking, swimming and sunbathing and boating.
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Port Moody
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burnaby_lake
Burnaby Lake Regional Park is a full service year round, day use park with facilities and out buildings. The park includes day use picnic sites, a nature house, a rowing pavilion, a viewing tower, hiking trails, a canoe launch, an equestrian centre, washrooms and a playground.
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Avolon Road
Burnaby
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britannia-heritage-shipyard
Britannia Heritage Shipyard is a National Historic Site situated on the waterfront in Steveston Landing. The Britannia Heritage Shipyard operated from 1917 to 1980. It was a premier boat building and restoration facility in its day. Now it is a museum with artifacts, displays and exhibits.
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Westwater Drive
Richmond
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bridal-veil-falls-canada
Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park is a sightseeing waterfall destination located east of the community of Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada. The park is a destination popular for picnicking, sightseeing and walking.
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Popkum Road
Chilliwack
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grant-narrows
The Grant Narrows Regional Park is situated on the southern shores of Pitt Lake and on the banks of the Pitt River. However... it is an enclosed park surrounded by dykes and nearby wetland, bog and marsh areas - most notably the Katzie Marsh and the Pitt-Addington Marsh Wildlife Management Area.
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Rannie Road
Pitt Meadows
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golden-ears-provincial-park
The park is a year round recreation and adventure destination. During the summer months (park peak months) the activities enjoyed in the park include backpacking, hiking, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, biking, water skiing, windsurfing, horseback riding, picnicking, sightseeing, birdwatching
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Fern Crescent
Maple Ridge
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discover-trail-abbotsford
The 31+ kilometre long community recreation trail connects with parks, picnic day use areas, wetlands, farmlands, viewpoints, dykes, marshes and green space areas.
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PO Box 2933
Abbotsford
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