Lighthouse Park is a neighbourhood park located in a residential area in West Vancouver. It is a popular tourist attraction for visitors to Vancouver as it is a National Historic Site of Canada. It is a well-maintained park, and is open year-round throughout all four seasons. The park is known for the Point Atkinson Lighthouse, located at the southernmost tip of the peninsula. The park is made up of 75 hectares (182 acres) of mostly virgin rainforest, and was founded in 1792. The District of West Vancouver maintains and operates the park and permits visitors from 7:00am–10:00pm. Visitors to this park can enjoy the various beginner level hiking trails, as well as bring their dogs for a walk or have lunch along the rocks of the beach near the Lighthouse. There are various picnic benches scattered throughout the trails of the park, yet none near the beach and the lighthouse itself. Entrance flagstone to the park Map of Lighthouse Park offered at the entrance
I came here my first day in Vancouver, the view of downtown and the bay was absolutely beautiful. The Lighthouse was also pretty cool, and there are plenty of vantage points so it’s easy if you want to keep away from people. You can’t actually access the Lighthouse - or at least you couldn’t when I went. But if you like a bit of a hike and some boulder climbing you’ll like it here
Looked very nice but parking was quite tight. It was a very busy day so no parking available. We have a Class B camper and were able to negotiate through the parking lot and leave. Anything bigger then 24’ would have been in trouble.
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