Stanley Park (Tourism Vancouver/Josh McCulloch)
From TripAdvisor's 'Best Park in the World' to neighbourhood green spaces, Vancouver's parks are treasured, and more importantly, used.
Vancouver's parks are the backyard of the city – places where people walk, picnic, explore and play. Stanley Park draws international accolades, Queen Elizabeth Park offers unique gardens, Lynn Canyon is where hikers challenge themselves physically and Lighthouse Park is the place to pull up a log and watch the boats sail by.
There are hundreds of parks in the Metro Vancouver area. For information about provincial parks located near Vancouver, visit the Vancouver, Coast & Mountains parks page.
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Cypress offers towering North Shore Mountains that form a backdrop to the bustling city of Vancouver. Outdoor recreationists can enjoy hiking & sightseeing, photography, wilderness camping, mountain biking (in limited areas), skiing & other snow-related activities.
Mount Seymour Provincial Park
North Vancouver, British Columbia
The park offers many trails of various lengths & difficulty for hikers & mountain bikers with viewpoints overlooking the city of Vancouver. There are opportunities for bird & wildlife viewing, along with day-use picnicking & skiing/snowshoeing winter activities.
Junction Of Hwy 99 And Interstate 5
Surrey, British Columbia
Peace Arch Provincial Park straddles the 49th parallel & commemorates a lasting peace between Canada & the USA. Its beautiful lawns & gardens provide opportunities for walking, indoor & outdoor picnicking & a playground for children.