Best Marshes In Vancouver Near Me

South Arm Marshes Wildlife Management Area Stanley Park Maplewood Flats Conservation Area Alaksen National Wildlife Area Pacific Spirit Regional Park Queen Elizabeth Park Fraser River Park Shirley 's Walk CRAB Park at Portside Deas Island Regional Park George C. Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary Musqueam Park

1. South Arm Marshes Wildlife Management Area - Delta

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· 104 reviews

5011 River Rd, Delta, BC V4K 1S7, Canada

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South Arm Marshes Wildlife Management Area: what do users think?
Adrian: Super!
Laura Jordison: Used to enjoy this area. Now it is filled with ugly carvings and trinkets, making this Wildlife Management Area more like somebody's private place to desecrate. So sad that a place set aside for wildlife is now more like just another place full of human ugliness! I want to photograph nature without all these carvings, plastic things and such in the way. In addition, so many people disregard the pets on leash signage.
sheri cormier: Really cool for young kids to see and families who want a easy stroll. Worth the visit absolutely 💯
Jen S: Fun place to explore. Good for a walk with younger kids.
Nancy Norland: So majestic, thank you!!!
Carolyn Renusz: Nice treat in Delta! Just a few minutes from downtown Ladner. Short little walk with the occasional troll carving here and there. Lots of fun and beautiful view.
Hartej Singh: Trail carpeted with golden leaves, quite, cool breeze. Simply magical walk through the marsh area. Love how some wood sculpture artists have enhanced the walk experience by placing sculptures along the path. Definitely area worth exploring. Morning time due to high tide and rain, parts of trail were flooded. Use caution.
Frankie Wu: Am impressing trail which makes you think deep.
Ryan Smith: Cool little walk in the woods
Tim Rodgers: Lovely park! Just stopped off after dropping someone at the ferry for a quick walk and saw two bald eagles!
Mac Luu Ha: Great exp
Vince Chan: just little park, don't have many birds.
Amanda C: Really interesting place to hike. You find these unique wooden carvings throughout. Easy hike but gets muddy when wet.
Linda T: Pretty short and quick cute trail with surprises everywhere. ❤️
Lisa Light: Lovely walk in the woods. Loved all the beautiful carvings
Jinho Choi: It's an ok place to walk around if you live near by, but it's a big let down if you are birding. You fight through a ton of mosquitos to get to a tiny bit of opening to the marshlands.
Selina Young: Too many mosquitoes 😤. Lots of sculptures.
Peter Speers: This is a lovely quiet place for a family stroll. Plenty of shade and easy flat trails.
Justin Wong: Pretty sure this place is haunted with forest druids and that's super rad
Laura O'Reilly: Cute shady walk with some great birds. We saw a hawk larger than any we've seen before and it watched us intently 😬
Nina Yeung: Really cool place to go take a walk, we push our toddler in his stroller and he enjoyed the walk.

2. Stanley Park - Vancouver

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Vancouver, BC V6G 1Z4, Canada

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3. Maplewood Flats Conservation Area - District of North Vancouver

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· 386 reviews

2649 Dollarton Hwy, North Vancouver, BC V7H 1B1, Canada

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Maplewood Flats Conservation Area: what do users think?
Little Journey: Nice for a relaxing and leisure stroll. It only takes 1-2 hours to finish the loop. Great for families with small kids.
Annette Castell: Coast Salish Plant Nursery , open Sat and Sunday has great native plants.
Kevin Wu: North Van hidden gem
Peter Longhurst: Nice flat loop; many birds and other animals see.
Jorge Andrés Arango Gallego: Es una caminata suave, buenos senderos para ver algunas aves. Apenas para un plan relajado por la tardeIt's a gentle hike, good trails to see some birds. Just for a relaxed plan in the afternoon
Vajihe Salehi: Peaceful and quiet place with various birds and plants. Great ocean view for an afternoon or morning walk.
Carl Baird: Awesome
Jason Saxton: Went on a guided walk with the kids we all really enjoyed the walk.
Rendell Roberts: Awesome walk 30 minutes circuit great views and inlet activities to observe
Tri Chiem: Easy and accessible paths to mudflats and the beach. This area is managed by the Wild Bird Trust and is a conservation space. Dogs are welcome on leash and on trails for the east side of the creek.Parking is available at the Pacific Environmental Science Centre on weekends. For weekdays, there’s a small dirt lot off Dollarton to the west of the trails.Small in area but a good spot for light walk and picnic.
James Watson: Perfect place to view and photograph a wide variety of birds. Trail is well maintained and flat. Very easy for all ages to enjoy.
Brooke Mounsey: Peaceful paths and lovely ocean views
Peter J: Sometimes there are starfish under the bridge. Neat walking spot off Dollarton.
pink duck: What a wonderful walk! The trails are well maintained and easy for the likes of me, a senior with mobility issues. Didn't see many birds today but those I saw definitely impressed. And the birdsong whistling through the trees was enchanting. A quick trip to bug out of the heat definitely did not disappoint. So glad to have a conservation area in the heart of the big city.
Jessica Willens: Beautiful area, great to bird watch
Julia Mitchell: One of my favorite spots to go for Photography.
Papa G: Great place to go for a walk
Jon P: Mhhmm lovely
Kathleen Napier: What a neat place with so much history. My daughter bought a lot of native plants there on Mother's day
Kimberly Burge: Gorgeous. Great trails. I seriously love visiting Maplewood Flats. I recently discovered the Coast Salish Native Nursery on one of my visits! Highly recommended.
Joelle Siemens: So beautiful and peaceful, just stay still and listen. It felt like a scene from Snow White, where the animals of the forest are your friends. I have never seen so many birds without fear of humans. To quote Chief Dan George, it made my heart soar 🧡

4. Alaksen National Wildlife Area - Delta

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5421 Robertson Rd, Delta, BC V4K 3N2, Canada

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Alaksen National Wildlife Area: what do users think?
Hartej Singh: A hidden gem in Delta. Visited 1st time. 3 nice and quite trails, lush green. A must visit. Right beside George C Riefel Bird Sanctuary. No fee, open mon to fri only.
Bill Watson: Alaksen National Wildlife AreaCall before you go. Trails closed gate closed.
Jillian Robertson: My 91 year old Mother and I love to visit the bird sanctuary. The accessible trails make it possible for Mom to walk with her walker.
Joan Guirado: Great place! Loved the walk
Laraina: Walking among nature is fun for the entire family, children of all ages enjoy feeding the wildlife at bird sanctuary. Bring your own seeds or buy it from the gift shop. The fee to enter takes care of the protected area, no pets allowed. Call or book on line for entry.Restrooms: CleanPicnic area: Picnic tables available at the entrance and bench seating strategically placed throughout the sanctuary for respite and relaxation.
Warwick: Awesome place to interact with friendly birds
Tasha S: Beautiful area and all the birds! A great place to go for a walk and be in nature.
Nigel Kellett: Great bird watching place, the reservation system allows for peaceful bird watching
Eleanor Foster: I go 4x per year. November is a wonderful time to go. There were 7000 snow geese and other 70 different species of birds there now. Have to book a parking space 2 days ahead. No money required to book space. Well maintained paths. Beautiful, and serene.
Manuela Lange: It is a nice walkway ....you have to pay 8$ oh and usely you have to book in advance. But we could go , because it was not busy.
Francis Ng: A hidden gem in the lower mainland.
jenni trumpet: Free and beautiful
Pradip Ghimire: Nice place to feel the nature. Had good walk with kids... Some birds came to our hands. Beautiful reserved areas
terry evans: Excellent place to walk for miles along beautiful pathways and enjoy nature.
Cris MA: 政府办的保护区位于北,免费,周六日不开放。私人的鸟类保护区在南。七月初的保护区内,人迹罕至,常有小蛇出没,一次路遇六条。路边樱桃,树莓,黑莓随处可见。停车区分为游客区和工作人员区,徒步道起点处的卫生间特别干净,五星级的标准。保护区里没有野餐桌凳,要提前如厕。
Alan C: Nature at its best
Kevin MacDonald: Beautiful area, if a little challenging to get to due to the open hours
Joseph Batty: First time here.We didn't have much time, so our visit is unfinished.What we saw was interesting and very informative.
Xavier Law: Free of charge 👍Great location for quite walk and bird watching
Crystal Dawn: Ducks came right up to us! Super cute. Definitely a nice walk
Igor Babiy: Хочу вернуться сюда ещё раз.

5. Pacific Spirit Regional Park - University Endowment Lands

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5495 Chancellor Blvd, Vancouver, BC V6T 1E4, Canada

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Pacific Spirit Regional Park: what do users think?
Xin Chen: 温哥华市内一处著名的徒步公园,森林仍保持原生状态,是很受温哥华人喜爱的自然公园
Anita Huang: 森林公園空氣好,樹林多休闲散步好地方。
Daniel Middler: Don't stare at the trail while walking...? Look up at all the trees makes for a relaxing walk!!!
Joseph Chang: Nice forest. Trails leading to the beach. Nice walks. Dog heaven too.
WILLIAM REN: 10K run in the trail ! Sunshine day!
Patricia Lafontaine: Beautiful spacious park with many trails, few people. Definitely doesn't feel like you are in the city!
Hassan Mk: Amazing place 😍😍😍Highly recommend this place to go for date 😃😊Even you may bring your barbecue to have lunch or dinner 😊
T Richmond: Beautiful place to be away from the city.
Michelle: My favourite forest walk. Lots of off leash trails for dogs and lots of trails for cyclists.
Jia Yun: Relatively easy hike and quiet on a weekday. Love the tranquil of the the forest and also the adorable friendly off leash dogs that I saw at certain parts of the trails where dogs are allowed to go off leash! For those who are afraid of dogs, do take note.
Cinematic Street: Pacific Spirit Park is as beautiful as it is big.  I only explored a small part of it on the northwest corner, near UBC Wesbrook Village.  The condos beside the park, on Bennington Road, are 20 stories high (I helped build them) and they are just a little taller than the trees.  Those trees are huge, to say the least.There are miles of trails if you really want to do some serious walking.  I walked down the Douglas Fir Trail and then came back on the Sword Fern Trail.  It was a really nice day for a walk, with lots of sunshine.  But it was also a Saturday and the trails were busy, so keep that in mind.Some trails are walking only, which is very nice, because then you don’t have to deal with all the bikes and other wheeled devices.  However, one thing you can’t avoid is the small army of dogs which seem to outnumber the people at times.  Most of the dogs are off-leash so be prepared for a lot of dog encounters.I got jumped on by a very excited dog and was thoroughly sniffed and slobbered on, but I didn’t get bitten.  Which is a good start to any canine relationship, and most human ones too.  I actually thought the dog was happy to see me and I was feeling pretty good about myself until the owner said the dog was just looking for treats.  That was humbling because I got rejected by a dog and now I have muddy paw prints on my jacket to remind me that I’m a loser.  It was a “Curb Your Enthusiasm” moment.Overall the Pacific Spirit Park experience was positive and I think everyone should check it out.  If you’re into photography then you should definitely check it out because there’s a lot to see.  It’s really nice to have green spaces like this in the city and we need more.  They’re good for your physical and mental health, and good for the planet as well.Dog-friendliness: Dogs everywhere.
Jennifer Chu: Love that this regional park is in my own back yard. The only concern would be for dog lovers bringing their dogs to run unleashed. Be careful of the excess of cyclists as they seem to take more demand over the trails
Yogendra Godbole: Amazing park with great easy trails! Unfortunately folks don't follow leash rules so be careful with big dogs. Fairly busy during weekends and unsafe during the dark - so go with some company/ big group.
Olga Yermolenko: Pacific Spirit Regional Park is a true gem of the Canadian landscape. Located in the heart of Vancouver, this expansive park offers a stunning natural oasis that's perfect for anyone looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the city.From the moment you step foot in Pacific Spirit Regional Park, you'll be surrounded by lush forests, tranquil streams, and a diverse array of wildlife. The park's many trails offer endless opportunities for hiking, running, and exploring, with routes that wind through the forest and along the coast.Pacific Spirit Regional Park is an absolute must-see. With its pristine natural beauty, incredible hiking trails, and commitment to conservation, this park is truly one of Canada's greatest treasures.
ken Hong: The air is fresh and natural, and the forest is beautiful!
Punit Kumar Jha: Very beautiful trails right in the city!
Sandra Gutierrez Montoya: Este parque es increíble para sumergirse en el bosque, tiene algunos riachuelos que corren dentro del parque lo que lo hace realmente una experiencia relajante. Las rutas están bien señaladas. Tiene blogs públicos en algunas zonas
Joyce F: One of my favourite haunts.
Connie Koo: Pacific Spirit Regional Park is a beautiful park to visit because of all the old growth forest. The most common tree I noticed was the Western Hemlock with some decaying redwoods in the center. I mostly went on the Hemlock and Salish trails and I found those trails to be easy snd straightforward. There's a sign posting at every form in the road and the trails are very clearly paved. There's even large garbage cans for dog waste at certain points of the park. The only con is that even if a trail requires leashes, dogs throughout this park don't wear leashes. The owners I've seen do manage to keep their dog from running up to other visitors.Dog-friendliness: This is a very dog friendly park, you can't go ten minutes without seeing a dog and their owner running or scrolling through the park.
Victoria Collins: Come here frequently. Very accessible and easy to navigate routes.
Clare Wang: So lovely and peaceful despite meeting alot of ppl/dogs, theres plenty of trail to spread out. Although some parts were quite icy given the snow storm a few says before so be aware!

6. Queen Elizabeth Park - Vancouver

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4600 Cambie St, Vancouver, BC V5Z 2Z1, Canada

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Queen Elizabeth Park: what do users think?
Duk Jin Hong: Fantastic viewings and walkside
Evaristo Urzua: This is where the BMO half starts. Beautiful place in a nice neighborhood. If you want to take a strand, this would be it.
D L: Many places to sit and avoid people
Brent Contois: Pay parking, $4 a hour. Great city views.
Nigel Kellett: Great views but trees get in the way.
Dr Vijay Wairagade: Nice park to visit
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Rk B: A most visit park.
Joyce Daw: Beautiful setting, not as spectacular as it often is(was between seasonal plantings).
LYFE Design Studio: Stunning park
賴潔音: 簡單樸實散步的好去處。
Solomon Xie: Easy to walk through
j langill: Best view in Vancouver and it's free. The gardens are excellent. Beautiful walking paths
Dalia Shehyn: Beautiful park to start a half marathon. BMO.
Ruth Teeninga: A lovely park with great views of the mountains, and city. Lots of pretty flower beds
Clara Walfaire: Beautiful place for a walk. The view is stunning!Restrooms: Could use some cleaning, but overall okay for a park
Naman Nayyar: Beautiful for sunset and walks. You can take your dog out. Play tennis or Badminton. Beautiful place to enjoy the sunset with a cup of coffee
Neil Sup: Restrooms: Don't expect too much from free public restroom.
Alison Cid: Super hermoso
Parneet Kahlon: A quaint place right in the middle of the city… a good place for fresh air.
ajay kohli: worth a visit!

7. Fraser River Park - Vancouver

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· 776 reviews

8705 Angus Dr, Vancouver, BC V6P 6G2, Canada

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Fraser River Park: what do users think?
David Rodjana: Nice park
Amelia Marasa: Great park, clean wasrooms, awesome views. Were lucky to grab a table by the water's edge. Unfortunately, we got bitten lots by something orher than mosquitoes. Bites developed after 24 hrs. Bring bug spray! We sat on the table near bush and on a blanket.Lots of dogs and open spaces.
Kelvin Fong: I come here all the time. Lots of space and lots of dogs!!! There’s a little beach you can chill or you can walk around the park to get some kms down!
Kate Castel: Perfect park to walk with your dog, there is also a little beach! Nice spot!
BeeLee Lee: We just found this hidden gem. Super dog friendly- Sadie loves it here
Little Journey: A small but nice park for viewing sunset.
Joy Lin: Chill place with some insightful history
B Atti: Great place to get away or take your dog. But the dog owners need to clean up after their dogs. Beware where you walk.Restrooms: Not open all the timeDog-friendliness: Yes dogs everywhere. But owners need to do their job and clean up after them.Picnic area: Picnic tables all over.
Mick Elliott: Great dog park. Never seems to be too busy. Friendly dogs and their peoples too.
Tyler Smith: Great dog park.
Karen Lorena Parker: Beautiful in the evening as well. Great paths to walk all year round. CoolRiver for the dogs on warm days
Craig Gittens: Lovely spring day! Watched the log shipment.
Clement Lee: Love this park for my off leash dog to play and run around. There’s no fence so it’s really an open area off leash park. There’s a wooden path trail beside the river perfect for walks with pet dogs and for them to explore with their noses.
Kat Meldrum: Beautiful and peaceful
Fennya Numeria: Love this off leash park, small but if your dog loves swimming they can try the river.
Mitch B.: Dog park in all but name. Great view of the working river and the airport landings.
Jackie Ward: Great park, close to the river and lots of space! This is wonderful place to have a BBQ with your friends and family.
Sharmay H: The park opens its ground for dogs to run freely in the winter. Mostly local people come here. You can watch flights descending to YVR, boats, barges floating in the river. Some pic-nic tables and many bench chairs along the water front. Nice scenery. Free parking along the roadside.
Lenka Vaskova: Great walk, lot of space, dog-friendly
Greg Crossan: Nice place a casual walk that is leash free
RyCeChckn: very dark at night which is to be expected i guess i did go at nightdefinitely bring a flashlight with you because its really dark at nightbesides that theres not much you can do there at night like at night its just a bench i guess u could sit on but thats about it like i guess u could talk to ur friends there but there are alot of other places you can do that so like 8/10

8. Shirley 's Walk - Delta

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5011 River Rd, Delta, BC V4K 4V9, Canada

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9. CRAB Park at Portside - Vancouver

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101 E Waterfront Rd, Vancouver, BC V6A 4K3, Canada

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10. Deas Island Regional Park - Delta

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6090 Deas Island Rd, Delta, BC V4K 5A8, Canada

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11. George C. Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary - Delta

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5191 Robertson Rd, Delta, BC V4K 3N2, Canada

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12. Musqueam Park - Vancouver

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4000 SW Marine Dr, Vancouver, BC V6N 2B8, Canada

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