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Stanley Park Vancouver 11.0 km away
#1 of 60 Nature & Parks in Vancouver
beautiful and clean park right here, walk ways are clean and catches amazing view of the park and specially in fall, colors are amazing.... i loved it , with sun light in fall, its just amazing view !
Between the stunning views from each side of the Park -- Harbour, Bay, Channel, and Ocean -- to the always awe inspiring gardens, the sea wall path, aquarium, the hiking trails, art, tours, and forest, the Park of...
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The Butchart Gardens Central Saanich
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Central Saanich
The amazing transformation of an old limestone quarry into a beautifully landscaped park is truly wonderful to behold, and a must-see destination for garden enthusiasts.
The natural blooming flowers all over the island is amazing such peace and beauty combined .I highly recommend getting out in nature and enjoy the fresh air and great food the fine coffee houses and the cookies of...
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Granville Island Vancouver 8.5 km away
#2 of 60 Nature & Parks in Vancouver
Fresh local fruits and vegetables, lots of fine restaurants, artisans, pottery, glass blowing, musicians and entertainers, theaters, a water park, house boats, sailboats, diving gear, marinas, totem poles, a wonde...
The spray park was brilliant and there were some fun little stop offs, like a play boat the kids could drive, swings, see saw etc. lots of shops to explore, then finish off with a range of delicious food from the...
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#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Ucluelet
Perfect condition, masterful layout, artful use of bent woods, plenty of benches for staying and soaking in the sun or the sounds of the sea, many benches with dedication plaques remembering nature lovers and donors.
For a really nice longer hike, park at the start of the Brown Beach section, hike this trail taking in every Artists Loop sections that take you out to sweeping vistas, and go all the way to the Rocky Bluffs at th...
#1 of 23 Nature & Parks in Tofino
Relaxing and charming, well maintained by the National Parks and people are respectful of the wild Pacific and its gifts.
Every beach along the coast here is terrific and with free parking as this is outside of the park boundaries makes this an added bonus.
Leghorn Ranch Pitt Meadows 30.2 km away
#1 of 7 Nature & Parks in Pitt Meadows
The park offers spectacular scenery: creeks meandering through the forest, eagles flying overhead, sun rays filtering through the canopy and a pristine lake where we ate lunch.
Decked out in Australian horse riding jackets and comfy helmets atop of even more comfortable ranchers saddles we set off toward the alouette lake in a near by national park trail.
Vancouver Seawall Vancouver 11.1 km away
#3 of 60 Nature & Parks in Vancouver
With access and views of skyscrapers/skylines, Mountains, Trees, Wildlife, Cruise Ships, Bridges, Pools, Beaches, an Aquarium, Rose Gardens, Hiking paths, parks, playgrounds, restaurants and more!
Amazing views all around and tons of options to hop off and see many sites like the downtown core, aquarium, Stanley park views, etc. Excellent for walking, biking, or bus or even horse!
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#2 of 23 Nature & Parks in Tofino
This park area has everything: outstanding scenery, unique and plentiful accommodation, gorgeous beaches, lots of hiking opportunities, places to bike and bike rental available, kayaking, world class places to sur...
On top of the magnificent beaches and extraordinary groves of old growth forest, the park is also home to a plethora of wildlife sure to please any and all nature lovers: bald eagles, ravens, cougars, wolves, blac...
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Hornby Island
This park has everything, the trail and the trees were beautiful and the path along the water with the cliffs, the view of Denman island, the beaches.
Fantastic place to hike, swim and observe nature!
#1 of 11 Nature & Parks in Sooke
If you are someone who likes hiking or challenging trail running, this park is perfect.The coast line is rugged, wild and naturally beautiful, just as it should be, perched near the edge of the Pacific Ocean.
... 10 of the 'Sooke to Port Renfrew' visitors booklet, readily available at the Sooke Visitor Center and other public establishments in the area, there is a terrific map of the park showing all the different trails.
#3 of 23 Nature & Parks in Tofino
Paradise for nature lovers!
greywhales, but the nature would just be enough, go out on a small boat and enjoy this wild ocean, wonderful to be there a guest
The Raptors Duncan
#1 of 9 Nature & Parks in Duncan
All of us were enthralled and would recommend this to anyone who loves nature and these magnificent birds.
The presentation at this attraction was on par with the best theme parks I've ever been to.
#1 of 11 Nature & Parks in Qualicum Beach
Horne Lake Caves Provincial Park has a lot of pro's: + Beautiful caves + Great tour guides + Excellent customer service + Georgous surrounding We took part in a 4h "High Adventure" tour.
There are a few geocaches on the trails around the park and we enjoyed finding those as well.
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Cathedral Grove Port Alberni
#1 of 11 Nature & Parks in Port Alberni
MacMillan National Park trails the giant red cedar trails up to 800 years (southern part) and Cathedral Grove with giant Douglas firs (northern part) including a great swim in a paradise corner of Cameron Lake.
We did a day long trip on highway 4/4A: Depart from Rathtrevor beach 1. Englishman River Falls 2. Little Qualicum Falls 3. Cathedral Grove 4. Lunch in Port Alberni 5. Fossli Provincial Park (accessed by forestry r...
Inner Harbour Victoria
#1 of 32 Nature & Parks in Victoria
Nature beauty of ocean bay, intermingled with historical monuments with hotels, museums and ocean walks around: summer festivals with music and attractions, old historical Empress Hotel, Parliament Building, BC Mu...
Lively with plenty of boats and seaplanes arriving and departing, some nice bars in the streets along the wharf, Red and Blue Fish shack for lunch, parliament building, Empress hotel, Government Street, the park a...
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Long Beach Tofino
#4 of 23 Nature & Parks in Tofino
A delight for surfers, walkers, dogs, nature lovers, photographers and surf watchers.
Located within the Pacific Rim National Park, Long Beach is, unsurprisingly, the longest beach on Vancouver Island’s west coast and spans well over 16 kilometers in length.
Cox Bay Beach Tofino
#5 of 23 Nature & Parks in Tofino
Breathtaking beach, outstanding views, surfing and nature walks or hikes.
This is the first beach one encounters, beyond the Pacific Rim National Park.
Mundy Park Coquitlam 17.8 km away
#1 of 12 Nature & Parks in Coquitlam
We love living nearby and we go into the park regularly for walks, jogging, go bike riding or just relaxing and enjoying the peaceful sounds of the birds.
I walk my dog here weekly or more often if possible, great accessible trails, 2 beautiful lakes and a wonderful serene feel to the park.
Stawamus Chief Park Squamish 53.0 km away
#1 of 14 Nature & Parks in Squamish
The Sea to Summit Trail is one among a few different trails located in the park and covers 7.5 km and 900 meters of elevation to the top.
Stawamus Chief is a very beautiful and pleasant trail for nature lovers and sports.
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#6 of 23 Nature & Parks in Tofino
A quick 1 km loop through breathtaking west coast nature There are 2 options Route A and Route B both short and beautiful Do both in 30 minutes
Besides that, just enjoy yourself and admire the complex and subtle natural beauty that surrounds you in this part of Pacific Rim National Park!
Beacon Hill Park Victoria
#2 of 32 Nature & Parks in Victoria
Breathtaking urban park extending along the shoreline of Victoria, with a combination of romantic beaches, sweeping vistas of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Olympic Mountains, beautiful gardens, a delightful s...
Within the park you will find towering Cedars and Douglas Fir groves, wildflower Garry Oak meadows, scenic lakes, fountains and streams, a playground, picnic area, rose garden, petting zoo.
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Schooner Cove Tofino
#7 of 23 Nature & Parks in Tofino
The 2 km trail twists and turns around the ancient trees and climbs up and down the hills and valleys of Pacific Rim National Park.
The walk through the forest to get to the beach was beautiful (very similar to the Rainforest walk also in the park), and the trail opened up to the most gorgeous view we saw during our stay in Tofino.
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Port Renfrew
You pass it while hiking on the Pacific Rim Trail in Juan de Fuca Provincial Park.So stop there to have a good look at the flora and fauna of this place
I love travelling in the off season, as you get to immerse yourself in nature, cool, breezy, rainy and peaceful quietness.
Lynn Canyon Park North Vancouver 15.0 km away
#1 of 28 Nature & Parks in North Vancouver
This park is a hidden gem -- tucked away in a residential neighborhood, with beautiful hiking trails, a delightful suspension bridge and waterfalls -- and it's FREE!
Lynn Canyon Park has good hiking trails, some quite challenging for an older person, and also a bike trail leading to the "Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve" which have more bike and hiking trails leading up to t...
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#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Parksville
You can walk to 'boardwalk' beside the ocean, walk the ocean floor at low tide, walk through the forests on paths, walk through the park, walk the camp grounds (which are gorgeous) - or just sit and watch the ocea...
Beautiful park....camped here when we were kids every summer and it is still just as beautiful as I remember it:) Great walking and the views are unparalleled
#1 of 9 Nature & Parks in Delta
It's fun to see families with young children enjoying a stroll, being out in nature; seeing ducks and birds and remembering to keep your eyes open for an owl in hiding or a heron fishing.
Wonderful place to enjoy an afternoon stroll in the park and watch the birds.
Neck Point Park Nanaimo
#1 of 23 Nature & Parks in Nanaimo
Family outing, enjoyed the NATURAL BEAUTY of Neck point park, a city park since 2009, generous donation of priceless shoreline land, created a wonderful city park for Nanaimo
Amazing nature paths along side the beautiful ocean views, simply gorgeous!! Whether you live in Nanaimo or you are just passing through..
VanDusen Botanical Garden Vancouver 5.8 km away
#4 of 60 Nature & Parks in Vancouver
Beautifully laid out gardens, most plants and trees clearly labelled (wow, that's a change!), well maintained...... a real city treasure and a tribute to municipal parks everywhere.
The city, to its credit, does offer a few notable spaces for a temporary reprieve from the hurly burly of city life: Stanley Park, Queen Elizabeth Park, and Pacific Regional Park; however, none, I think, rival the...
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West Vancouver Seawall West Vancouver 14.4 km away
#1 of 16 Nature & Parks in West Vancouver
The views are spectacular - from the pier at Dundarave you can often spy Mount Baker behind the Lions Gate Bridge, and have a superb outlook over the inlet to Stanley Park right over to UBC.
Look among the rocks for art work, sometimes there is an art exhibit along the way, kids play area, art gallery, yacht club, concession stand, dog park, pitch and putt and of course easy access to shopping, restau...
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#3 of 32 Nature & Parks in Victoria
From the inner harbour of Victoria to Cordova Bay the marine scenic drive passes through parks, past kite flying, parasailing, beaches and playgrounds, packs of cyclists, dozens of dog walkers, a golf course, mari...
Start downtown near the cruise ship terminal and follow the road past Beacon Park, A must stop is a point where you can view the Strait of Juan de Fuca, the Washington State Olympic Mountains or bring a kite.