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#1 of 67 Nature & Parks in Vancouver
But it also contains some wonderful garden areas - a superb rose garden and Shakespeare garden as well as a quiet off the beat woodland garden, the Ted and Mary Greig Garden, and, of course, lots of majestic tall...
Beaches, pools, biking along the seawall, or on trails, hiking among giant redwoods, restaurants, golf, tennis, aquarium, train, horse-drawn carriages, sport fields, and rose garden, lagoon, eco-pond, and picnic a...
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#3 of 67 Nature & Parks in Vancouver
Seawall is quite extensive and loops entire length of Stanley Park as well being as near to Marina so get to see some fabulous Boats and Yachts Great for a stroll right next to sea or to gain access to Hiking trac...
The Stanley Park seawall is a great place to get some exercise whether you walk, run or ride your bike around or through (great trails to explore) The sheer beauty of the Canadian coast is at times overwhelming, f...
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#14 of 67 Nature & Parks in Vancouver
We especially enjoyed the Sea Otters and African Penguins, and we loved the frogs, too, Very educational for adults, with lots of great activities and special places for the kids.
Great whale shows, excellent aquariums in side to view local and tropical sea life, they also have a Amazon jungle area with monkeys and other exotic animals, this is a perfect place for kids or even taking a date...
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#16 of 67 Nature & Parks in Vancouver
Lots of people were leaning against logs watching the waves and the people, and you can definitely walk pretty far out into the water here safely, which makes it a nice beach for little kids.
Fav beach in Stanley park - nicer than English Bay but, about a 1.5 km walk into the park from English Bay.
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#26 of 67 Nature & Parks in Vancouver
You will be very close to English Bay's Second Beach so you can extend your walk that way, or going across the causeway to the east you can go to the Rose Garden, the Aquarium or the Totem Poles.
I enjoyed riding my bike around the lagoon early in the morning after circling the nearby Stanley Park on the Seawall Path.
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#56 of 67 Nature & Parks in Vancouver