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Attractions abound in this massive downtown park, a veritable rain forest within a metropolis. To name just a few of the ... More
Attractions abound in this massive downtown park, a veritable rain forest within a metropolis. To name just a few of the activities and attractions: the Children's Farmyard, Miniature Railway, tennis courts, beaches, children's water park, heated ocean side swimming pool, the Theater Under the Stars, the Vancouver Aquarium, and the 10.5-km perimeter Seawall, which is packed with joggers, walkers, and rollerbladers. Once a military reserve, the park became one of the city's premier attractions by action of the city's first council.
Stanley Park is a great place to go biking, rollerblading or even walking along the coast in the summertime. There is an awesome view of North vancouver and Downtown. There are many friendly people excersing aw well. You can hear the waters crash against the wall and as you walk along the path, there are some tourist attractions such as water parks, totem pole park and random information about Vancouver.
This is a beautiful place right in the heart of Vancouver. The Aquarium, Beaches and Parkland is great fun for the whole family. There are also water parks, swimming pools and a sea wall that circles the entire park.
Vancouver visit is incomplete without a visit to stanley park. Great views. Fresh air. Excellent hiking trails. Picture perfect gardens. Vancouver aquarium with whale shows. Great for kids and grownups..
The best thing about stanley park is you can go rain or shine. In the sun, there countless activities you can do. You can go for a lovely stroll with your lover, or you can simply have a picnic with the family. If your inthusist about leisure then, you can either bike, run, or even rollerblade . . .not to worry they always have an extra lane made for just for those type of people. There are many many horse drawn carriages . . .How romantic is that, classy yet elegent. I its just or the chaps going, a nice round of catch at the park is nice and fun, for you people who like competitive sporting, then why not try cricket. The international game known as the world's version of baseball. In all, its the best place to go, and your question maybe. How much is it? Well its free, unless if you buy your friends food. One of the most remarkable attractions at Stanley park, is its aquarium. Kids love to go there, if you just want to relax with your wife or yourself, then why not let the kids have there fun at the aquqrium, they will never get tired of it. At most you have your free time to spend. How can you dislike such a beautiful place, its god's gift to be honest.
There was nothing I didn't like about it. The people were warm and friendly. The weather was fabulous! I especially liked the smell of the ocean. The food (seafood) was delicious. I'd love to live there. I've reccomend it to many people. Of those who have visited few, if any, felt any different about the experience than I did.Keep up the great job of making B.C. a wonderful place to visit or if your fortunate enough to live.
Stanley Park is famous for it's green (tree and lawn) but there is much more than that. There is the seawall along side of the park, where you can walk/run/bicycle/roll-blade for hours; there is the water, surrounding the park with view of the ocean; there are space for Lawn Bowling, Cracket, Tennis etc; there are also restaurants, picnic area, yacht club to name a few.
One of the largest urban parks in North America set right next to the Downtown of the best city to live in the world, Stanley Park has everything for everyone, beaches, forest, aquarium, golf course, biking trails, and the best of all is that you can enjoy most of this for free .
For a tourist city like Vancouver, Stanley Park is a must visit, the scenary alone is worth the trip.
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