This park is a real treat for young and old. The management really knows how to operate and maintain this park, (although there were a few stamp machine out of order). You can stop first to read about the park's history. View the totem poles, and take some family photos there. Of course you must walk across the suspension bridge, I am not so brave and even i did it! You can take a guided tour but we did our own. We walked the tree tops and also the awesome cliff walk. The children's program looked great, with clipboards for checking off items they spy. There is a huge amount of information to read and you can take the time to read it, or just walk through and enjoy the beauty. A great gift shop and a number of restaurants too. There are lots and lots of stairs, so plan for them, but do not miss this spectacular park while in Vancouver.
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