Centennial Beach in Boundary Bay Regional Park
(Picture BC photo)



Park in BC (JF Bergeron photo)

Park in BC (JF Bergeron photo)

Delta's parklands are among the most diverse in Metro Vancouver, ranging from bird sanctuaries and historic bogs to community parks.

Boundary Bay Regional Park & Centennial Beach

Stretched along Delta's southwestern shores, Boundary Bay Regional Park is a haven of warm shallow waters. The huge stretch of sand, sea and wetlands provide for a number of water activities from parasailing, skim boarding and swimming at Centennial Beach to an array of wading birds such as sandpipers, gulls and blue herons. At low tide, the beach curves around to Point Roberts.

Activities at Boundary Bay

In addition to picnic facilities, the park has a playground and a range of areas for tennis, volleyball and baseball, as well as plenty of trails along the dykes for walking, cycling and horseback riding. The dykes are great places to view eagles, hawks and owls, year round; access them at the bottom of 12th Avenue or Centennial Beach.

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