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

Delta

Water Activities

View of lake (Picture BC photo)

View of lake (Picture BC photo)

With easy access to the Fraser River backwaters and the Strait of Georgia from Boundary Bay, Delta caters to all sorts of water-related activities from boating to fishing to long, seaside paddles.

Boundary Bay

Boundary Bay is a magnet for skim, kite and paddle boarders as well as windsurfers. Its shallow waters and sandy bottom are ideal for beginners and breezes can whip up enough speed to satisfy more experienced water artists. Keep a look-out for the occasional jelly fish.

Stroll the Sands

At low tide the sands stretch so far into the horizon, that a walk to the water's edge feels quite remote. There are usually plenty of dunlin and sandpipers chasing the rippling surf and the sunset from here, overlooking Mt. Baker in Washington State, is quite breathtaking.

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