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Parks & nature in Vancouver

Park
“It’s a very beautiful park, we love to go there whenever we have time. Views are changing by seasons. My favourite views season is maple fall, the park cover by maple leaf.”
1070 locals recommend
Park
“Big garden to walk around and has a nice view of the city. This is also where the Blodel Conservatory is which house different species or birds, plants and butterflies ”
302 locals recommend
Beach
“Kitsilano Beach is one of the most popular beaches in Vancouver, especially in the warm summer months. Located at the north edge of the Kitsilano neighbourhood, the beach faces out onto English Bay.”
306 locals recommend
Beach
“English Bay is located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, west of the downtown peninsula and False Creek. It consists of the south side of the Burrard Inlet, extending from Point Grey in the southwest to Prospect Point in the northeast.”
172 locals recommend
Garden
“VanDusen Botanical Garden is a 55-acre oasis in the heart of Vancouver with over 7,500 plant species and varieties from around the world!”
97 locals recommend
Beach
“A great spot for sunset at any time of year. Public art sculptures, a bike path, and lots of city action all around. This is a classic Vancouver scene. ”
88 locals recommend
Beach
“Another beautiful Vancouver beach with stunning views of downtown, Stanley Park and the North Shore mountains.”
123 locals recommend
Park
“Offering a recreational space like no other, the Pacific Spirit Regional Park consist of 73 kilometers of walking trails, more than 50 kilometers of cycling ways, gorgeous beaches that offer a view of the inlet and lush greenery that is perfect for some nature therapy! Explore wooded pathways that twirl around waterfalls, trees that add magic to the trails and lookout points that will take your breath away. The park is also dog friendly and often you will find owners taking their dogs along for the hike.”
117 locals recommend
Garden
“The Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden is the first Chinese or "scholars" garden built outside of China, and is located in Chinatown. Classical Chinese gardens employ philosophical principles of Feng shui and Taoism, striving to achieve harmony and a balance of opposites. ”
117 locals recommend
Lake
“Large park for all ages-- beautiful and diverse playground structure with a big sand pit and lots of play equipment. Attached to a community center”
99 locals recommend
Pool
“Kitsilano Swimming Pool, absolutely amazing!! its so large! Just a 10 min walk, with views of downtown & mountains ”
92 locals recommend
Beach
“This is the best beach in town. Lesser known, private with best view of sunset.”
88 locals recommend
Park
“Have a picnic while looking at the water. Peaceful and beautify. 🎾 tennis courts 🏀basketball courts And a play area”
47 locals recommend
Beach
“It is a beach with a big and lovely park. There is a swimming pool and cafes and restaurants.”
49 locals recommend
Harbour / Marina
“False Creek is a short inlet in the heart of Vancouver. It separates downtown from the rest of the city. It was named by George Henry Richards during his Hydrographic survey of 1856-63. George Richards named False Creek during his survey of the coast in the mid-19th century.”
42 locals recommend
Park
“Just east of Stanley Park. Lots of great walkways and breathtaking views of the mountains and quay. If you are into oogling yachts here is where to do it. ”
26 locals recommend