As I started walking along the pier of Westminster Quay, the first thought that came to my mind was “I *have* to take photos here for Rebecca’s series on Metro Vancouver Park Series“. This park has just about everything – playground, beautiful urban views, and gorgeous river/forest views too. Photo credit: Raul on Flickr History […]
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I received an email a while back from someone offering to cover Burnaby Lake Regional Park for the Park Series, which I gladly accepted. The following post is written by Mike from VancouverTrails.com. View Larger Map Home to such animals as Wood Ducks, Blue Herons, Beavers, Eagles, and Canadian Geese, Burnaby Lake is an important […]
The Park Series is growing all the time, which I think is pretty fantastic. There are so many great green spaces around Metro Vancouver that are ideal for walks, hikes, picnics, and simply relaxing on the grass or sand. Crescent Park in South Surrey is another great suggestion that comes to us from Barbara of […]
I’ve been getting some excellent suggestions for additions to the Parks Series, the latest coming from Barbara of The Love Blog who shares some photos below from one of her favourite beaches, Blackie Spit near Crescent Beach. View Larger Map How to get there: Located at 3136 McBride Avenue, you can take the 351 Crescent […]
Photo: John Bollwitt on Flickr For about two years my husband was unable to travel back and forth between his home country and Canada due to his immigration processing. At one point however, we took a drive down to South Surrey and ended up at Peace Arch Park. He walked across the “neutral” lawn and […]
The ongoing parks series continues with another generous contribution from Raul who decided to take on Burnaby’s Central Park. View Larger Map Metrics Central Park’s size is 90 hectares. How to get there Easily accessibly by car going south-east on Kingsway, or by Skytrain at Patterson Station. Photo credit: Raul on Flickr Park Use Clearly […]