New Westminster is a historically important city in the Lower Mainland region of British Columbia, Canada, and is a member municipality of the Greater Vancouver Regional District. It was founded by Major-General Richard Moody as the capital of the new-born Colony of British Columbia in 1858, and continued in that role until the Mainland and Island Colonies were merged in 1866, and was the Mainland's largest city from that year until it was passed in population by Vancouver during the first decade of the 20th Century.
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4.5 based on 136 reviews
No rose garden, no petting zoo, no lacrosse. Lots of evergreens dripping last night's rain on the trails. Still, many positives - a lack of traffic noise and exhaust fumes, trails all to yourself (almost), great views upriver, look at progress on replacing the Arenex. So, maybe better in summer, but still a great spot in winter. Dress warmly.
4.5 based on 451 reviews
Where History Comes to Life - Stroll down the streets of our 1920s community. Period costumed townsfolk welcome visitors and give demonstrations in the homes, businesses and shops. Take a ride on the 1912 CW Parker Carousel, explore the restored 1912 Interurban Tram, and enjoy a treat in the Ice Cream Parlour.
Went to see the Christmas Lights at Heritage Village and was blown away at how beautiful and interesting the outing was. It was very cold but we were dressed for the weather and it really help set the tone for Christmas We intend to visit...MoreThanks for the review! So pleased you enjoyed your visit. We look forward to seeing you again!
5 based on 99 reviews
When the signs are up warning people there are bears in the forest do not go there, nice and varied paths you can actually get lost in if you do not follow the signs, one of the lakes has turtles to watch
4 based on 195 reviews
The Quay is a lovely place to stroll along the Fraser River and walk amongst beautiful flowers, shrubs and trees. I enjoy it everytime.
4.5 based on 260 reviews
A beautiful park just a twenty-minute drive away from downtown; offers scenic views, picnic areas and hiking trails.
My husband and I had our wedding location picked out before we got engaged.It was a whirlwind romance,plans to wed,proposal and wedding happened fast.He decided to propose to me at this garden at the exact spot we knew that we would be wed(in front of the alter).It was a gorgeous ceremony,full of love,smiles and of course roses.
It was on Canada Day and despite a little morning rain(which is said to be good luck) the weather was amazing.
We went here the day before our 1st anniversary(we were out of town the actual day of anniversary)
4.5 based on 78 reviews
Great well visited Park. There’s the urban beach with beach volleyball, hammocks and a water park. The gorgeous letter “W” sculpture. There are many spots to sit and enjoy the view. Picnic tables. A concession. Washrooms. A basketball court and wonderful Gardens with beautiful views. Lots to enjoy at this park.
4.5 based on 172 reviews
This scenic park has 8.5 kilometers of trails for biking and walking, as well as general recreational facilities.
Burnaby Central Park is a beautiful place to spend a few hours with nature while still being minutes from all of Burnaby’s amenities. My family and I really enjoyed our afternoon walking among giant trees, admiring ducks in the ponds and stopping at different play structures throughout the park.
The squirrels are the tamest I have ever come across and they will literally chase you down for a snack. I’ve never seen anything quite like it.
Sadly a young girl was killed in the park over the summer of July 2017 so there is a bit of a darkness associated with the park. My heart goes out to this girl and her family.
4.5 based on 85 reviews
Good for a dog on leash walk of about 1.2 km on a bark mulch path around the lake. Many spots to rest in shade and/or on many memorial benches and picnic tables. Never crowded. Watch but please DO NOT FEED the geese and ducks. Small kids enjoy the neat playground there while old codgers like me enjoy seeing the young families.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
Obviously not as picturesque as in spring or summer, but even in December this was a pleasant place to stroll and learn about the history and workings of the Fraser River. There are numerous plaques along the boardwalk explaining shipping, fishing, ecology, development, etc., as well as benches with views over the water. We took a thermos of coffee and some nibblies and enjoyed watching the world go by. The walk starts at the quayside, where you’ll find restaurants, coffee shops, a pub and assorted stores, plus the Fraser River Discovery Centre. Pay parking is adjacent.
4.5 based on 184 reviews
Went there with my spouse in a sunny fall day. We had amazing time, wandering around the lake and in the park. I intended to visit the nearby Historical village but unfortunately was closed. Loved the place and will definitely go there again if I have a chance to enjoy the natural beauty.
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