Stanley Park


About the Park...

    Dedicated by Governor-General of Canada, Lord Stanley, back in 1889 as the park within the city centre. Stanley Park covers 400-hectare (1,000-acre) and is located right next to the commercial core of Vancouver. It has about 8 km of shoreline with views of the North Shore mountains across the Burrard Inlet and distant glimpse of the Vancouver Island. The Seawall Promenade that encircles the outer edge of the park is a popular attraction for bikers, roller-bladers, and pedestrians. 

Major Attractions within the Park...

bulletVancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre
bulletRose Garden
bulletDeadman's Island
bulletH.M.C.S. Discovery
bulletTotem Poles
bulletLost Lagoon
bulletSiwash Rock
bulletHollow Tree
bulletChildren's Farmyard
bulletVariety Kids Water Park
bulletLumberman's Arch
bulletPainter's Corner (seasonal)
bulletStanley Park Mini Railway
bulletHorse Drawn Tours (seasonal)
bulletNine o'clock Gun
bulletLight House
bulletHallelujah Point
bulletBrockton Point
bulletProspect Point
bulletFerguson Point
bulletSecond Beach 
bulletThird Beach
bulletBeaver Lake
bulletSeawall Promenade

Dining within the Park...

bulletTeahouse Restaurant
bulletProspect Point Cafe


bulletSeawall Promenade
bulletBrockton Point Trail
bulletRavine Trail
bulletHanson Trail
bulletReservoir Trail
bulletAvison Trail
bulletLake Trail
bulletTatlow Walk
bulletCathedral Trail
bulletLees Trail
bulletLovers Walk
bulletMerilees Trail

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March 25, 2004