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The park is on the north side of the North Arm of the Fraser River in Burnaby BC. Within the strict boundaries of the park, one finds a separate blacktop path for bikes, separate from the walking pathway, both of which follow the river's shoreline....More
Living within driving distance to this park makes it one of my favourite places to visit year around. A paradise for photographers as well as dog walkers, this park has always been on my weekly visits. Plenty of picnic tables as well as places to...More
Best place to access is the foot of Byrne Road, which has parking and facilities. About 2.6 km to the west is Vancouver, where the trail continues. As you walk west, the river is on your left. After about two km, the trees on the...More
Fraser River Foreshore Park
Nice area for a quiet walk with views of activity on the river, notably barges towing logbooms. We walked from the parking lot to the estuary/wetland area. The path is paved initially (pedestrians may have to share it with cyclists), then...More
We always enjoy walking here, next to the Fraser River. There are always lots of families enjoying the playground, grassy areas, docks, or picnic tables. The River is always changing and is always an interesting place to watch. There are often people fishing off the...More
Visited the River district and Foreshore Park today. There is parking South of Boundary and Marine Drive. Just wind your way towards the mighty Fraser River. For better access, I recommend one enters off of Byrne Road in Burnaby.
From the border line of Burnaby/Vancouver...More