Deep Cove BC Parks & Trails
Beautiful Deep Cove BC Parks. Beaches, Ocean, Mountains, Fields, Picnics, Boat Launch.
Trails to Hike – Oh Yeah! From the Malcolm Lowry Stroll to the Baden Powell Trail.
Get into nature in Deep Cove BC.
For a rugged, wilderness hike, this 41 km scenic trail stretches from the head of Burrard Inlet in Deep Cove to Horseshoe Bay in West Vancouver. Various entry points at Lynn Canyon Park, Seymour Park and Skyline Road, etc. provide shorter hikes on sections of the trail.
Cates Park offers 6 km of waterfront trails along sandy beaches and through forest. Viewpoints of Indian Arm to the north and Burrard Inlet to the south. A display of first nations totems and canoe, trails, playgrounds, beaches, picnic shelter and tennis courts.
Adjacent to bustling Deep Cove Village at the end of Gallant Avenue, both Deep Cove Park and Panorama Park are popular waterfront Parks offer excellent views of Deep Cove, and provide a setting for boating and swimming, strolling and picnicking.
Since 1975 Maplewood Farm has been a favourite attraction in Deep Cove BC. Maplewood Farm is run by the District of North Vancouver offers a fun and educational experience for everyone, even teenagers! So throw on some dungarees and head on out to the farm!
In Cates Park there is a walk called the Malcolm Lowry & Margerie Bonner Walk: named after author and his wife who squatted in a shack there from 1940-1954 in what was known as Dollarton. Lowry wrote much of his novel Under the Volcano while there.
Panorama Park overlooks the bay with a beach, sitting areas, a play area for kids and lots of grass. It is the easterly access point to the Baden Powell Trail. Panorama Park is located in downtown Deep Cove with open grass spaces, beach, kids play area, and BBQ area.
Parkgate Park is a big, wide open Park with two ball diamonds, a soccer field, a kids play area and a trail for cyclists, walkers and runners. Parkgate Park is a big, wide open park with two ball diamonds, a soccer field, a kids play area and a trail for cyclists, walkers and runners.
Want to hold an event in a Deep Cove BC Park? Groovy! Big and small, all park events must be booked in advance. So plan that Jack Russell parade, call up your family for a reunion, picnic, go all the way and get married… just talk with the friendly people at DNV first.