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Parks in the City


The map below shows current parks and facilities in the City. Search for a park or facility by typing the name in the search field. Click on the park or facility in the map for a popup with further details. Zoom in and out by using the + and - icons located in the top left corner of the map.



City Parks

The City enjoys one of the most breathtaking natural landscapes in Metro Vancouver. To ensure that its parks and green spaces remain an enduring source of community pride, the City has developed programs that aim to protect and enhance.

Of the City's completed park projects, many key re-developments and enhancements have been recognized at the provincial and national levels. As the community expands and changes, the City plans to continue making its municipal parks a permanent part of its growth.

The City of North Vancouver offers a diverse range of parks and trails. From wilderness parks and trails, to all-weather sports fields, to picnic facilities, the City has something for everyone.

Dogs are welcome in many City of North Vancouver parks.

Spring, summer, fall or winter, there's always something happening in the City.

The City sees recreation as an essential component to the overall health and wellness of the community.

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