Welcome to District of North Vancouver Parks
Parks Year in Review
The District is committed to its long term sustainability of its wide variety of parks and greenbelts.
If you enjoy Parks and wish to learn more about 2011 park projects , you’ll want to check out the Parks 2011 Year in Review.
With its lush forests, rushing rivers, sandy beaches and mountain views, the Parks Department is a key player is maintaining the District’s unique setting and quality of life.
The department maintains over 1,101 hectares of neighbourhood, community and natural parkland for every type of sport and recreation enthusiast. Hiking and walking are our number one activity in Parks. The Parks has 140 km of trails and pathways systems which interconnect the District and run from Sea to Sky. Residents and visitors can enjoy the District’s 140 kilometers of trails, 37 Sports Fields, 39 Baseball Diamonds, 43 Tennis Courts, 5 Sport Courts, 3 Skate Parks and 53 playgrounds. The area’s rugged surroundings offer mountain biking, triathlons, kayaking, rowing and other activities that attract visitors from around the world.
With over 100 parks and facilities to manage, the Parks Department is also responsible for managing natural parkland and trees, capital planning and developing new park facilities.
Park staff also take an active role in providing public education, and coordinating park events and special programs. Their partnerships within the community have fostered a strong level of parkland volunteerism through programs like Streamkeepers, Trail Adoption, tree planting, and habitat restoration projects.
Lynn Canyon Cafe welcomes you!
-- Last updated: 5/13/2013 9:57:47 AM
Nestled in the forests of Lynn Canyon Park is the Lynn Canyon Cafe.
Adopt a Street Program
-- Last updated: 4/8/2013 4:01:29 PM
Welcome to the District's Community Beautification Program page!
-- Last updated: 2/19/2013 11:28:09 AM
Spirit Trail Project
-- Last updated: 11/9/2012 10:56:00 AM
For information about the Spirit Trail
Maplewood Creek Park: collaboration leads to new fish habitat and an idyllic park for all to enjoy
-- Last updated: 1/17/2012 2:58:28 PM
Seymour River Regional Greenway now open
-- Last updated: 11/30/2011 2:21:03 PM
The opening event was held on Friday, October 21, 2011
Introducing the Parkgate Seniors Wellness Park
-- Last updated: 6/18/2009 1:43:37 PM
Grand opening celebrations take place June 9, 2009
Spirit Trail Route Planning Report
-- Last updated: 2/13/2009 9:36:35 AM
The document describes the analysis and public input used to develop a preferred route for the Spirit Trail in the District of North Vancouver.
Murdo Frazer Area Access
-- Last updated: 5/9/2003 4:29:00 PM
If you regularly visit the Murdo Frazer Golf Course, Murdo Frazer Park, the Ismaili Jamatkhana or the Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, the Westview overpass makes both the access and exit possible using the Highway/Lloyd route for both east- and west-bound traffic.
Park Control Bylaw
-- Last updated: 7/12/2002 3:19:00 PM
A bylaw for the management, maintenance, improvement, operation, control and use of Parks and Community Buildings within the jurisdiction of the Municipal Council of the District of North Vancouver
Gift Donation Program
-- Last updated: 6/6/2001
The District of North Vancouver, Parks Department offers a wide range of parks and sites for individuals, groups, businesses, and service clubs to donate a gift to the community