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RealMissDee wrote a review Sep 2
Vancouver, Canada169 contributions34 helpful votes
When in Whistler and you have a car and bikes - this is a perfect spot. There is parking and you can ride the valley trail - a separated paved bike route - safe for all. After a nice long bike ride you get to rest and enjoy Rainbow lake. Highly recommend it.
Date of experience: September 2020
FannyBBlossom wrote a review Aug 2020
San Jose, Costa Rica59 contributions9 helpful votes
Lots of space for your picnic blanket, umbrella and lounge furniture. Clean beach and lake to swim in, water is pretty warm by mid-summer. Barking Bay dog park is next to it and is a great place to spend the day with your dog/s.
Date of experience: August 2020
8Peter wrote a review Jun 2020
West Vancouver, Canada609 contributions231 helpful votes
Bring your own picnic lunch, and refreshments, choose one of ? 20 clean, varnished picnic tables, join the families and kayakers, paddleboarders, bikers, frisbee throwers, and more. Easy social distancing, very comfortable. We found a table by the water, and soaked in the sunshine and the awesome views of Whistler and Blackcomb. Even saw two avalanches coming down from Whistler peak - a first for me.…
Date of experience: June 2020
Fatjess wrote a review Sep 2019
Nantwich, United Kingdom84 contributions7 helpful votes
We hired bikes in Whistler village and completed a tour of the area. The cycle routs are excelent and we ended up passing through Rainbow park. The park is a lovely well maintained area. It was warm on the day we visited and the park was busy, however, still well worth a visit.
Date of experience: August 2019
HSjes wrote a review Sep 2019
A neat lakeside park with a 'beach' for off leash dogs. This is separate from the main beach. Be aware that notices were posted at the human beach about swimmer's itch when we were there so rinse off your dog accordingly. Also some nice beach volleyball courts (not dog friendly!) and picnic areas.…
Date of experience: September 2019