6 Most Beautiful Parks You Need To Visit In Vancouver
Vancouver is synonymous with parks! It is a precious gem for nature lovers.
From world-famous parks to some hidden ones, the city has more than 200 municipal local parks that enhance the beauty of the city.
The world-famous 130 years old garden is surrounded by English Bay and the Vancouver Harbor.
This 400-hectare green oasis has some unique plants and trees along the trails.
If you are visiting with kids don't forget to ride on their Urban Forest Train to enjoy spectacular views of the beaches, mountains, and wildlife.
John Hendry Park
Popularly called Trout Lake Park is a small yet very happening park in Vancouver.
You can enjoy fishing and swimming in the fresh waters belted by the bright-hued trees.
Also, experience the Farmers Market, live concerts, and other events hosted regularly by the community center.
Queen Elizabeth Park
This botanical park is located at the highest vantage point in Vancouver popular for its magnific flora and fauna.
It offers excellent panoramic views of the skyline of the city.
One more attraction of Queen Elizabeth park is its extravagant Bloedel Conservatory which holds plant species from across the globe.
Capilano Suspension Bridge & Park
This park is for adventure lovers!
This thrilling park is famous for its 700ft cliff walk through a swinging bridge above the Capilano granite canyon.
This rainforest provides plenty of spots to capture stunning clicks from its seven bridges to Treetop Adventures.
VanDusen Botanical Garden
This splendid 55-acre park is embellished with 7500 species found all over the map.
Besides this flora and fauna, here you can spot wildlife, calm your inner self in the meditation garden, discover paths through the Elizabeth maze, indulge in an ebullient waterfall, or dine in at a restaurant or cafe.
Pacific Spirit Park
This park is a gem for hikers.
This forest is popular for its series of trails of more than 72 km, out of which 50 km can be available for cycling and horse riding as well.
Every time you visit this park, you can take a different route and unveil a whole new experience.
This park has 7 km of coastline which has spectacular beaches including the clothing-optional Wreck beach!