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Named for the Point Atkinson Lighthouse located on its grounds, this coastal and rugged park is popular for day hikes. A beautiful old growth temperate rainforest along Burrard Inlet offers several easy walking trails with beautiful panoramic views.
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The park has around 5 different hiking trails. All of them range from easy to moderate hikes. The east coast trails gets you to the ocean with a very lovely Seagull scenery. The west coast trail ends at a hill where you can sea a...More
I went to Lighhouse Park early this morning with my dog. While anytime of the day is good, there are more people later in the day on a weekend. Very peaceful to climb down to the ocean and sit on the rocks looking out to...More
Decided to make a trip to the Lighthouse Park on a fine Spring day. It was a nice drive and easy to find. Lots of parking and I believe it is free parking. There is tons of trails with amazing old forest trees and various...More
We arrived mid-morning on a weekday and there was still plenty if room in the car park. I can imagine this gets pretty full in warmer weather. There is a well established path which takes you to the lighthouse. There are also washrooms at the...More
Beautiful site, beautiful lighthouse. Site was used for protection of the west coast during WWII. At some point they had lots of soldiers posted on this site. Nice view on Vancouver, the bay and the lion's gate bridge. Historical site with interesting read. All thought...More
We only did the Beacon Lane Trail which leads to the Lighthouse viewpoint. It was a very beautiful walk through a old forest with giant trees. We did a little side trail, the Arbutus Knoll. At the end of this short trail you have an...More
This is absolutely beautiful little hike ! The park it self is just green with amazing huge trees and it is breathtaking ! If you take beacon trail to get to the light house ... well you are wrong ! It will take you to...More
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There isn't any overflow parking but there are a number of residential side streets that are 5-10 min from the park entrance. When we were there, we actually parked 3 streets down and asked one of the city bylaw officers who... More
There isn't any overflow parking but there are a number of residential side streets that are 5-10 min from the park entrance. When we were there, we actually parked 3 streets down and asked one of the city bylaw officers who happened to be walking around if we could park along the side streets and he said he was fine.