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Best parks in Delta

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“Terra Nova Rural Park is a 63 acres city-wide nature park in the Thompson area with historic buildings, a community garden and a picnic area. This park has excellent habitat for birds and other wildlife in the area. Boardwalks, slough and viewing platforms are available for enhanced park visibility and access. Various agriculturally oriented activities take place at the park including: a Waterwise Demonstration Garden, Community Garden.”
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“A 39 acre waterfront park at the mouth of the Fraser River and close to Steveston Village with spectacular views and beaches. Points of interest in the park are the Japanese Garden, Fisherman's Memorial sculpture and Scotch Pond Historic Moorage site. Parking, picnic tables, washrooms and a food concession stand are available.”
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Trail
“The best place around Vancouver to view birds and other wildlife. It also offers easy hiking and is great for families.”
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Lake
“Minoru Park has a variety of walking routes with amazingly beautiful floral displays and majestic trees. It is equipped with premier sports facilities including soccer and baseball courts.”
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“Park, Beach and hiking trail. Great for families. Best swimming beach. hint: go a little further south for less crowds and less rocks. Can access "boat launch" beach by going down 67th street and turning left until you hit the beach. Parking is sparse though. ”
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Trail
“Richmond Nature Park is just around 5 minutes drive/half an hour walk away. It is a bog-forest nature park located in the central area of Richmond, British Columbia. The Richmond Nature Park covers 200 acres of the raised peat bog habitat that has previously covered large sections of Lulu Island.”
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“Burns Bog is a beautiful and peaceful spot to enjoy a leisurely walk or hike among its organized pathways through the forest/nature reserve. We are approximately a 8-10 minute drive to this location. ”
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“This incredible organization is eager to share their nature preservation efforts with you!”
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“Minoru Park is a park located on the site of a former horse-racing track and airstrip in Richmond. The Minoru Park's running track is often used for school competitions, such as track and field.”
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“Garden City Community Park is home to one of Richmond's most popular play environments. The park also includes: Large picnic area, Skateboard spot, Basketball and tennis courts, Lake, Arboretum.”
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“Good place romantic scenery for Valentine stroll hand in the sunset, or family walking, cycling, sports...”
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“Great place to have a picnic. We used to take our kids here after work and have a picnic. Bring a frisbee, bocce ball, or other fun stuff. You will find a bocce ball set in my garage. ”
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“Beautiful walk, running, biking, creeks, extreme mountain biking, gullies, jumps most beautiful! !”
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“Larry Berg Flight Path Park is directly in line with the end of the south runway—making it a prime location for plane spotting, picnics and playing in the park. It's the perfect place to have a picnic while watching planes overhead. The park includes walking trails and runway paths that mirror the markings and lights of real runways.”
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Playground
“In south Burnaby if you're looking for a place for a walk along the water, be sure to check out the Burnaby Fraser Foreshore Park. Take the wheel aboard the riverside pirate ship in the playground and allow your imagination to flow freely with the passing boats on this busy working waterway. Here you can have a picnic along the shoreline, challenge friends and family to your favourite leisure activity on the open grassy area”
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