Lower Mainland BC Parks and Places

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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
fishtrap-abbots
Fishtrap Creek Park was built around stormwater storage basins therefore creating a new landscape of forest, wetlands, spits, islands and marsh with paved trails, a day use picnic area, picnic shelter, sightseeing benches and lookout viewpoints.
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Maclure Road E
Abbotsford
kilby
The park is a recreation and historical destination situated on the banks of the Harrison River located west of the villages of Agassiz and Harrison Hot Springs, British Columbia, Canada. The activities enjoyed include fishing, water skiing, boating, swimming, camping, picnicking and birdwatching.
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School Road
Agassiz
nelsoncanyon
The park explores old growth forests on a network of wilderness trails located southeast of Horseshoe Bay near the community of West Vancouver. The 3 hiking trails include the Whyte Lake Trail, a 25 kilometre section of the Trans Canada Trail and the western terminus of the Baden Powell Trail.
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Westport Road
West 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
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
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
sasquatch
The park is a popular recreation destination and is said to be the home of the legendary Bigfoot (Sasquatch, Yeti). Activities enjoyed in the park include camping, swimming, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, sunbathing, picnicking, water skiing and wind surfing.
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Highway 7
Hope
hemlock-valley
The Sasquatch Mountain Resort is a winter recreation destination in the Harrison River Valley region. During the winter months, after the snow has fallen, the region is a popular destination for alpine skiing, snowboarding, cross country skiing and snowshoeing.
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Hemlock Valley Road
Harrison Hot Springs
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
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
richmond-nature-house-in-richmond-bc
Richmond Nature Park has four walking trails to choose from. Each trail explore blog, forest or pond habitats. The park is located on the largest remaining and undeveloped portion of the Lulu Island Bog. Additional features in the park are a natural playground and interpretive Nature House.
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11851 Westminster Hwy, Richmond, BC V6X 1B4
Richmond
richmondnature
Richmond Nature Park is a wetland-bog area popular for walking, birdwatching, picnicking, wildlife watching and photography located in the City of Richmond, British Columbia, Canada.
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Westminster Highway
Richmond
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
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
island22
Island 22 Regional Park is situated on the banks of the Fraser River and Shefford Slough. The main features are the full service equestrian / horseback riding facilities, the large boat launch area, the day use picnic sites, the walking trails and the large off leash dog park.
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Cartmell Road
Chilliwack
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