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George C. Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary
#1 of 19 things to do in Delta
Fantastic trails and viewing area to see birds of all kinds.. Family friendly easy trails.
It's fun to see families with young children enjoying a stroll, being out in nature; seeing ducks and birds and remembering to keep your eyes open for an owl in hiding or a heron fishing.
Centennial Beach
#2 of 19 things to do in Delta
Centennial beach is a great family friendly beach in Tsawwassen that has pretty good take out food, fantastic playground, tennis courts, open fields, trails and of course the beach.
Clean wide sandy beach, great swimming with sandy floor, long uninterrupted view to the horizon, super play ground for wide ages of children, BBQing allowed, picnic tables, long shireline board walk, large grassy...
Tsawwassen Mills Tsawwassen
#1 of 6 things to do in Tsawwassen
A great shopping experience Big parking Lots of brands Good price Very good food court Playground for kids
Most stores in the town of Tsawwassen you were paying an arm and a leg for things and the selections were slim for families with young children.
Boundary Bay Regional Park
#5 of 19 things to do in Delta
The Park is super for young and old, has a nice playground for children, in summer the beach is safe for swimming, a good Restaurant serves nearby the beach.
Two fantastic play parks for kids.
BC Ferries Tsawwassen
#2 of 6 things to do in Tsawwassen
We always love the gift shop and find treasures to share with family and friends.
The kids had a great time on deck, feeling the wind in their faces & watching the spectacular scenery.
Emma Lea Farms
#6 of 19 things to do in Delta
The berries were fresh and delicious, the staff was friendly and there was lots to see and do for kids and adults alike.
Amazing, Authentic Family Farm Experience
Watershed Park
#7 of 19 things to do in Delta
A great place to walk the dog, take the kids for a nature hike, cycle or ride horses.
Deas Island Regional Park
#9 of 19 things to do in Delta
The Burr family were one of the first settlers here, one popular family member was actor, Raymond Burr.
Great place to take your family of all ages including your pets, please remember to keep them on leash.
Queen's Park New Westminster 11.0 mi away
#1 of 28 things to do in New Westminster
During summer break there is an activity centre for young children (free) from 11-3, one of the BEST water parks in the lower mainland and playgrounds for younger children and older one’s.
Bandshells, splash park, kids park, petty zoo, lacrosse court, artificial turf fields, dog park, ball diamond, tennis courts, and beautiful gardens and tall west coast trees.
Burnaby Village Museum Burnaby 11.4 mi away
#2 of 35 things to do in Burnaby
Major attractions include Elworth, a single-storey house with wraparound verandah built in the 1920s for an upper-middle-class family; the Jesse Love Farmhouse, built in 1893 and one of Burnaby’s oldest surviving...
It's a family oriented, educational, there are volunteer in most of the buildings in period costumes at the homes, electric tram, schoolhouse, dry good store, photography shop, silent movie, modern ice cream parlor.
Scotiabank Field at Nat Bailey Stadium Vancouver 11.1 mi away
#23 of 315 things to do in Vancouver
Everyone was really friendly and the game is so interactive and fun for children with songs, dancing, mascot races etc.
Sensational atmosphere and very family friendly.
VanDusen Botanical Garden Vancouver 11.2 mi away
#4 of 315 things to do in Vancouver
There is a rhododendron garden, ponds, a challenging maze (not just for children), streams, waterfalls, meadows, benches, every kind of “weeping” tree you can imagine, a place for succulents, trees with eyes … It...
Beautiful park, lots of flowers for the photographer in the family, as well as lots of Pokemon stops for the kids (well, and me too!).
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Queen Elizabeth Park Vancouver 11.3 mi away
#9 of 315 things to do in Vancouver
You can stroll around the flowery gardens and waterfalls, enjoy the cool water fountains with the kids in the summer, walk your dog, play tennis or golf, visit the Bloedel conservatory.
The conservatory has a reasonable fee but the park has lots of rooms for hiking, family picnics and the gardens.
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Crescent Beach Surrey 8.2 mi away
#1 of 41 things to do in Surrey
Our family favorite jaunts are Martino's Coffee & Gelato Bar, Hooked Fish Bar, Pelago's Greek Restaurant for their roast lamb dinner and the amazing sunsets, The Cabin, The Seahorse for fine dining and The Sunflow...
Glorious colours, wide expanse of sky facing west, North shore mountains to the north...tranquil, meditative, a beautiful place to share with friends or family.
Bloedel Conservatory Vancouver 11.3 mi away
#13 of 315 things to do in Vancouver
The kids loved seeing and hearing all the amazing finches, cockatoos and parrots.
Wonderful place to take children, pick up the self guided tour, handout of botanicals and also one of birds.
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Garry Point Park Richmond 6.9 mi away
#3 of 92 things to do in Richmond
Wonderful to wak around Garry point Park, great place to watch kites being flown by all sorts of enthusiasts, great place to pack a family picnic, great place to walk your dog or ride your bike
It is a great place for walking, kite flying, family gatherings, or just enjoying the view: Pacific Ocean to the west, Fraser River to the south, Mount Baker to the east, and the North Shore mountains to the north.
Steveston Heritage Fishing Village Richmond 6.4 mi away
#2 of 92 things to do in Richmond
My 6 year old son loves the Cannery, both kids will play for hours at Garry Point with their kites, and the playground at Steveston park is perfect for older kids and toddlers.
Steveston is a very charming village perfect for a a relaxing walk and for spending time with friends and family.
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Deer Lake Park Burnaby 11.4 mi away
#3 of 35 things to do in Burnaby
I just loved this place, perfect to do exercise with some running or kayaking, also to have beautiful moments with your friends or family around lots of nature like a picnic or a bbq!
It is a perfect spot for couples, families, walkers, nature lovers and people who want to stroll or run.
Blackie Spit Park Surrey 8.1 mi away
#2 of 41 things to do in Surrey
Ocean view!! excellent bike riding space!! Highly recommend and a great family place to walk around the bird sancturary
Great beach for toddlers or small children Lots of water sport rentals available Washroom facilities were clean and very close by the grassy area and beach Picnic tables also available Beautiful view to boot
Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site Richmond 6.6 mi away
#1 of 92 things to do in Richmond
Really interesting place to visit and excellent tour included in the admission cost first class tour guide Andrea would be excellent to entertain children and very informative/ educational
The kids really enjoyed it and we will definitely return when the weather is warmer and with family and friends visiting.
Minoru Park Richmond 6.9 mi away
#4 of 92 things to do in Richmond
A small lake/pond filled with fish is a safe haven for a variety of mother natures children including : a variety of ducks , Canada geese , rabbits , squirrels , all of which are friendly and always looking for ha...
Beautiful, scenic church, ballpark where parents roasted a pig on a spit while the kids played baseball.
Britannia Shipyards National Historic Site Richmond 5.8 mi away
#6 of 92 things to do in Richmond
If you are lucky, you will encounter the off spring of the family home preserved on the site and hear tales of the lives with amazing details.
Educational experience and great for kids
New Westminster Quay New Westminster 10.3 mi away
#2 of 28 things to do in New Westminster
Excellent location in new west beautiful quay for walks and great for kids.
Loved seeing young families enjoying the hammock swings too.
Iona Beach Regional Park Richmond 9.6 mi away
#7 of 92 things to do in Richmond
A great place to take your family for a picnic
The sand can be fun for kids though - castle building etc.
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Terra Nova Adventure Play Environment Richmond 8.9 mi away
#10 of 92 things to do in Richmond
hidden off the beaten track - at the end of River Rd- this is a amazing place for parents to take a small break and let the kids go wild - has Zip lines and hugh tree house to climb - will be great for even the yo...
We love watching the sunset in the River Road near the dyke .. It's beautiful, very warmly seeing all the families walking around with older & the little kids ...
Richmond Nature Park Richmond 6.2 mi away
#15 of 92 things to do in Richmond
Beautiful, family walks, nature, birds, fun things to do inside & out!
Great place to take a walk with your sweetheart, kids, grandkids :-)
Metropolis At Metrotown Burnaby 10.1 mi away
#5 of 35 things to do in Burnaby
Fantastic shopping for the whole family...2nd largest mall in Canada,,,good food court & many wonderful stores to shop from lower end to higher end stores....large free parking...shop from soup to nuts.
Had awesome shops for everyone in our family from the kids to the adults.
Aberdeen Centre Richmond 7.7 mi away
#11 of 92 things to do in Richmond
The food court has food from around the Asian countries, pick what you like within reasonable price range for the entire family.
I found a great little grocery store in there that I could purchase microwave white rice for my kids.
Richmond Olympic Experience Richmond 7.6 mi away
#12 of 92 things to do in Richmond
Well worth the visit, if you're heading through Richmond - especially if you're looking for a rainy day activity to do with the kids.
It is a wonderful facility and would truly be a great thing for families who live local.
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Richmond Olympic Oval Richmond 7.5 mi away
#8 of 92 things to do in Richmond
The museum would definitely be great for a family outing, although I think it would be best appreciated by children who are old enough to understand the purpose behind the Olympic Games.
The walk along the water and building are well maintained and it a great place to have a picnic and let the kids run around.
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