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Lighthouse Park

Beacon Lane, West Vancouver, British Columbia V7W 1K5, Canada
+1 604-925-7275
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Vancouver Coastal Canyon Tour
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Named for the Point Atkinson Lighthouse located on its grounds, this coastal and rugged park is popular for day hikes. A beautiful old growth temperate rainforest along Burrard Inlet offers several easy walking trails with beautiful panoramic views.
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  • Very good34%
  • Average3%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“light house” (18 reviews)
“east beach” (8 reviews)
Suggested Duration: < 1 hour
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Beacon Lane, West Vancouver, British Columbia V7W 1K5, Canada
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+1 604-925-7275
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"old growth forest"
in 22 reviews
"light house"
in 18 reviews
"east beach"
in 8 reviews
"on the rocks"
in 17 reviews
"main path"
in 5 reviews
"downtown vancouver"
in 19 reviews
"nice hike"
in 7 reviews
"short hike"
in 9 reviews
"marine drive"
in 17 reviews
"great trails"
in 4 reviews
"flush toilets"
in 4 reviews
"walking trails"
in 6 reviews
"easy hike"
in 8 reviews
"pack a lunch"
in 4 reviews
"great place for a walk"
in 4 reviews
"rainy day"
in 4 reviews
"gorgeous views"
in 7 reviews
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Reviewed 7 August 2016 via mobile

Great way to spend a day out in mother of nature, easy walking trail to have a stunning view of ocean and downtown Vancouver.There is a great outdoor summer camp for kids here as well.

Thank Phiru
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Reviewed 6 August 2016 via mobile

Nice walk and photo shoot. Can see local wild life and scenic views. Parking is free and the drive to the park is nice. Bring pick nick items no vendors in the park.

Thank Vern B
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Reviewed 1 August 2016

I took the bus from Vancouver and it took less than 45 minutes. You can drive closer in with a car. The bus lets you off in a residential neighborhood and it's just a short walk into the park which is a lovely forest with...More

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Reviewed 26 July 2016

If you need a place to stroll through trails and paths surrounded by trees and ocean this is definitely a go-to place in West Vancouver. It is off leash and your dog is able to explore along with you. You choose how adventurous you want...More

Thank Rose M
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Reviewed 26 July 2016

I visit this park regularly as a local Serene surroundings and the gambit of trails from difficult to easy Thousand year old trees A hidden gem on the north shore area of west Vancouver Visit solo or in a group

Thank awfanjo
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Reviewed 26 July 2016 via mobile

This park is very close to the city yet less crowded than Lynn canyon or Capillano. Breathtaking views from the cliffs out to the ocean, combined with a lush forest with a few centennial cypresses. Worth a stop !

Thank DRO76
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Reviewed 25 July 2016 via mobile

Lighthouse Park has a lot of trails to choose from that take you to amazing views over looking Howe Sound and Burrard Inlet. Grab a map and pick your route!

Thank D. W
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Reviewed 22 July 2016

This park has well marked trails, but it is a good idea to have a map of the trails in your pocket. The trails offer easy, intermediate, and, if one gets off the trails (as we did), difficult levels of hiking and rock climbing. There...More

Thank fnewton2
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Reviewed 16 July 2016 via mobile

If you are returning from Squamish or Whistler and need to spend time to avoid the horrible traffic this is a great option. The park is located past a residential neighborhood giving a feeling of less traveled. It is best visited on a clear day,...More

Thank Joseph W
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Reviewed 13 July 2016

The hike is about a mile, maybe more, through a forest (very shaded) of large trees. There are a number of times you need to climb a little, so not for those who have difficulty walking. The end is a large rock formation, which you...More

Thank djjjc
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TravelingSolo88
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Response from Cherlene M | Reviewed this property |
There isn't any overflow parking but there are a number of residential side streets that are 5-10 min from the park entrance. When we were there, we actually parked 3 streets down and asked one of the city bylaw officers who... More
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Gheloan
18 August 2016|
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Response from Vern B | Reviewed this property |
Yes it's safe but you do have to practice responsible parenting as the park is a wilderness area and has cliffs and slippery rocks near water. Stay on marked trails and hold children's hands when near the water you will be... More
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