Stanley Park, Vancouver, British Columbia

W Georgia St, Vancouver, British Columbia

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Submitted by: Sarah D.

Oh, Lord Stanley's Park. You have come to represent all that is wonderful about living in Vancouver. You are beautiful and vast, and you blend urbanity and the natural world so perfectly. Your towering evergreens are magnificent to behold, and your totem poles pay tribute to the First Nations and a harmonious way of living with nature. Your seawall encourages us to keep fit, while your Malkin Bowl reminds us to have fun. You truly are Vancouver's crown jewel. I've had so many memorable experiences in Stanley Park, dating back to my youngest years. As a child I was always excited when my parents brought me here, as it meant one of a few things: I would get to play in the water-park, I'd get to visit the Vanco...

Submitted by: D. F.

Stanley Park - I've been visiting here for years and years. Basically my entire life. I love it just as much now as I did as a kid. I've driven around it, walked around it, swam in the pools, explored the trails, picni...

Submitted by: romeo s.

Syuzy, Amy, Sara, the seven (7) kids and I visited Stanley Park on Sun.m Aug. 21st.   The kids went swimming and ...

Submitted by: Jacqueline T.

Great for all season!! For the views!! and for the fun odd things to do! SUNNY DAYS: Bike, Blade, Jog around the Seawall of Stanley Park. Lazy? Go around in the luxury of your own vehicle. Or Beach it up and get a tan on any of their beaches. There is also a float pool but tends to be over crowded with kids. WINTER DAYS: They have an annual Christmas Lights Display in the center of the park, located close to the Rose Garden. Go to Prospect point and grab a nice cup of hot chocolate or chowder! Don't forget your camera!! Photo points to not miss: Coal Harbor, Totem Polems, Light House, Person on Rock, Dragon Cannon, Tree on Island, Balanced rocks, Under Lions Gate Bridge, Over Lions Gate Bridge, Prospect Poin...

Submitted by: Dave C.

Beautiful and spacious park right in the middle of a metropolitan city.   Great for hikes, kids (my little niece and nephew liked the small water park and miniature trains), crazy city boys like me, young and old alike.   Just felt so relaxing a...

Submitted by: Brian G.

I'm not reviewing Stanley Park but rather the popular miniature train attraction there, which is great fun for kids.  Used to be @ $6 for a family, but now the price is increased to $3...

Submitted by: Stephanie L.

Another reason why Americans come to British Columbia for vacation. I was only in Vancouver for 2 days and couldn't even begin to fit in all the things I wanted to do. As boyfriend and I were leaving Vancouver, we KNEW we had to stop by Stanley Park for a final farewell to one of my new favorite cities. Holy Shit I'm so glad I did. Immediately Richard said, "we should have come here earlier. Stanley Park is where it's at" When we first got there, there was a cluster of kids playing around the pool/jungle gym park and I silently thought, is this it? The driving was a little bit confusing but Richard and I were able to figure out how to get on the path to drive the perimeter of the park. SO majestic. Drove thr...

Submitted by: Stacy G.

Absolutely gorgeous - like New York's Central Park but with less homeless people and much cleaner! Also, partially set on the ocean. There are so many sections to explore that I recommend re...

Submitted by: Lea Q.

This park is huge and amazing! I love how beautiful and serene the scenary is and how the seawall connects to different parts of the park and beaches. There is plenty of room for everyone. The only downside is the parking. It should be free like other Provincial Parks are now going to be. The new law will not charge people in...

Submitted by: Jennifer M.

I've been to a LOT of parks in North America, and this is by far the most gorgeous park -- blows Central Park out of the water!!   Sun, rain or snow - no worries, it's gorgeous year round.  There are plenty of things to see and do for both children and adults.  Wether you want to hike, bike, walk or lounge, this beautiful slice of serenity can accommodate.   You can purchase a parking pass that will be good for the day & you don't have to stay put in one location.   The aquarium is amazing, (better than the Long Beach Aquarium located in Southern California - where I'm from.)  The miniature train ride is nice & long, and we spotted a bald eagle on our ride!  (the only criticism that I have about the train is...

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