Jesse Dean Cook. Discovering West Vancouver's Most Glamorous Properties.

Ambleside Park

 

Ambleside Park is the most well known park in all of West Vancouver. Located just West of the Lions Gate Bridge, it offers 59 acres of fun for families to enjoy!

 

There are so many outdoor activities to enjoy at the park such as: volleyball, swimming, baseball, field hockey and soccer. Also, there is even a skateboard park and Par 3 golf course!

 

Many dog lovers have already found what I believe is the best dog park in the Lower Mainland as the East beach and park consisting of close to 9 acres are reserved for your hounds! They simply love it!

 

The sandy beach itself is 1.2 km and is a very popular spot in the summer. What is also popular year round is the Seawall Walk that begins at the East end of Ambleside Park and wraps around the waterfront all the way to Dundarave Pier. A fabulous walk along one of the nicest shorelines in the world.

 

If you are looking for somewhere to take your family this Victoria Day, or any day during the summer, pack a cooler, some chairs and sunscreen and make a day of it at Ambleside Park.

 

 

Best regards,

 

Jesse Dean Cook

 

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