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Mud Bay Park

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Mud Bay Park

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13030 - 48 Avenue, Surrey, British Columbia V3S 0L2 Canada
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Listen to a Tour Guide as you Drive between Kamloops and Vancouver
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Listen to a Tour Guide as you Drive between Kamloops and Vancouver

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Use your smartphone &amp; vehicle's stereo to make your drive come alive!<br><br>Using GPS, our professional and fun tour guides will transform this beautiful drive into a sight-seeing, fact-finding, trivia-answering, family-friendly adventure!<br><br>Ideal for traveling between destinations, or as a one way stand alone tour.<br><br>Over 55 points of interest include things to see &amp; do, local animals, popular people, historical events &amp; more!<br><br>Don't just see your amazing surroundings, hear what they have to say!<br><br>Route.<br>Trans-Canada Highway 1 &amp; Coquihalla Highway 5. <br><br>Freedom.<br>Start anywhere along route &amp; travel in either direction. Take detours &amp; stop at attractions for as long as you like.<br><br>Hands Free. <br>Fun audio clips play automatically as you drive. Live GPS map. No data used during tour. <br><br>Easy to Use.<br>Download the app. Select the tour. Go!<br><br>Trivia Fun. <br>Each point of interest has a fun multiple choice trivia question. Keep score or just listen!<br><br>Inexpensive. <br>Only 1 tour booking needed per vehicle.
$4.99 per adult
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Chris D wrote a review Oct 2020
New Westminster, Canada2,262 contributions368 helpful votes
One of those places with an equal list of positives and negatives. On the negative side: Not an easy place to find. I'm a local, and I needed a map the whole way. If you are an out-of-towner, I suggest you have an up-to-date GPS. Not easy to access. Not on a bus route, so auto or bike to get there. No wonder the parking lot was full of pickups and other large vehicles capable of handling two or more bikes. Freeway noise. I was there to walk and meditate; the latter became difficult as the adjacent 99 freeway roar continued throughout the short loop that led to the waterfront. Even earplugs didn't help. If you want a quiet peaceful stroll, go somewhere else. On the positive side: Flat, with good gravel trails. Easy on the ankles, and didn't appear to be a deterrent to the many cyclists. Good signage and parking and one toilet. Beyond the bird watching and interesting water views, trails connect with longer trails to west and north.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Bugqueen wrote a review Jun 2020
Burnaby, Canada840 contributions119 helpful votes
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Mud Bay Park is ascenic walk and a chance to see shorebirds and waterfowl. The Nture Trail is nearly 3 kilometres long and takes about 1.5 hours to walk. The park's most spectacular feature is its view of Boundary Bay, which transforms drastically at different times of day. At high tide, seals and loons can be seen in the waves. At low tide, the table is set for a shorebird's favourite feast when mudflats and eelgrass meadows are exposed to the air. Continue along the Dyke Trail to follow 20 kilometres of shoreline all the way to Boundary Bay Regional Park in Delta. Boundary Bay Park is a perfect place for beginning riders. There are many ways to enjoy the easy dyke trails. Busy with bikes on the weekend so if your walking you need to keep an eye put for them.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Terry P wrote a review May 2020
Coquitlam, Canada331 contributions87 helpful votes
great place to walk or cycle, lots of wildlife can be spotted and great views of the surrounding area, highway noise would be the only negative thing
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Date of experience: May 2020
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10YEN10 wrote a review Feb 2020
New Westminster, Canada176 contributions36 helpful votes
Not the easiest place to get to--and that makes it special because very rarely would I say this park is busy. The trails and scenery are great and worth the time. With that said--2 cautions. It is called Mud Bay for a reason. The tidal flats are mud and if you are going to go when the tide is out there will be a smell of...marsh mud. It's not overwhelming (but then, that could just be me having grown up going there so I might be desensitized to the...scents) but it is notable. The second caution--it's not exactly a busy place and the trails lead away from the parking lot so don't lock valuables in the car. If you are going to relocate valuables within the vehicle (ex. front seat to the trunk) don't do it in the parking lot. Do it on a side street before you get to the park. I'm not trying to scare you off of visiting--but hiding something in your trunk while in the parking lot isn't really hiding it. I'd make the same suggestion whether you are going to the mall or someplace like Stanley Park. It's just good practice--relocate items before you arrive.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Scott Johnstone wrote a review Sep 2019
5 contributions2 helpful votes
not a good place to go, that why you don't see any locals there, plus from what I have heard not really a safe place to go
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Date of experience: June 2019
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