Famous for: Family and Kids, Gardens and Parks, Cycling Tours
Stanley Park is lined with cedar, fir and hemlock trees and has a 28km paved path for the cyclists. Cycling around the park offers spectacular views. One can stop and checkout the interesting attractions this park has, such as Beaver Lake, Prospect Point, Third Beach, Waterpark etc.
When to visit:
january - december
00:00 - 23:59 Everyday
Stanley Park is Vancouver's first park and is the largest urban park of the city. Stanley Park has roughly 500,000 cedar, fir and hemlock trees.This park has well-maintained paved and dirt trails, Canada's largest aquarium, beautiful beaches, local wildlife, historical landmarks and totem poles.
One of the best way to explore Stanley park is on bike. It has a flat, paved path, 28 kilometres in length and circles the entire park offering spectacular views.
Highlights The Drop: One of the tallest pieces of public art Totem Poles Girl in a Wetsuit Kid’s Water Park : A picnic area and fantastic viewpoint Beaver Lake Prospect Point Hollow Tree Third Beach: The beach offers great views of Kitsilano, the North Shore and Siwash rock. Old Growth Trees Second beach pool A-Maze-Ing Laughter: Art piece by Yue Minjun
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