Kings Mill Walk Park

What's Happening Now

In January 2024, City Council directed staff to seek elector approval of a bylaw authorizing the City to borrow $4.3 million to finance the construction of Kings Mill Walk Park, $1.9 million for the design and construction of a new park at 1600 Eastern Avenue, and $44.9 million for the design and construction of a renewed North Shore Neighbourhood House.

To learn more about the process, the other projects named here and how to participate, please visit:

In March 2022, Council endorsed a comprehensive plan for Kings Mill Walk Park with the goal of renewing and improving the park to support the changes coming to Harbourside neighbourhood, to enhance connections to nature, improve climate adaptation and to meet the community’s needs. 

Beginning late September 2023, the greenspace area south of Harbourside Place will be closed to the public due to construction of the Harbourside Waterfront Development. Kings Mill Walk Park and park areas west of Harbourside Place remain open and accessible.

Construction of the new park is anticipated to start in 2025. Please visit to learn more about the process to date.


About the Park

Kings Mill Walk Park is a popular destination waterfront park and is a key connection in the regional, multi-use North Shore Spirit Trail. The park is situated between Mackay and Mosquito creeks and offers stunning views across Burrard Inlet, beach volleyball, picnic areas and an off-leash dog area. 

With the changes to the Harbourside and Marine Drive neighbourhoods, the City of North Vancouver has developed a comprehensive plan for Kings Mill Walk to renew and improve the park in response to changing community needs. The plan includes opportunities for shoreline and habitat restoration, mitigation of the effects of sea level rise, an all ages play zone and enhancements to the North Shore Spirit Trail and the off-leash area.


Contact Us

Engineering, Parks & Environment
Tel: 604-983-7333

Chairs with view from Kings Mill Walk Park

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