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Cates Park, North Vancouver
(4.8/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Beautiful location. Ample and free parking. Good for a small walking trails or practice water sports.
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  • This little bit of Deep Covesque paradise is a great place for the whole family from the wee ones and their parents and grandparents on the swings, climbing set or putting toes in the beach. For those...  more »
  • This park tucked near the end of Dollarton Highway is a great destination for families with small children. With lots of room to run and a great playground it is sure to please the tykes. The beach is...  more »
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  • the ancestral name for this land is Whey-Ah-Whichen which means ‘faces the wind’. As North Vancouver District’s largest seaside park, Cates Park offers 6 km of waterfront trails that wind past sandy beaches and through a mixed forest of Douglas-fir and bigleaf maple. Viewpoints of tranquil Indian Arm to the north and busy Burrard Inlet to the south. tennis courts, trails, playgrounds, beaches, picnic shelter, a concession, and a display of native totems and a canoe offer year-round recreation with a cultural flavour.
  • A great park by the ocean. A great spot for a picnic. A well maintained play ground for kids.
  • A beautiful spot with lots of places to visit, spend time at and play in. Well used but never crowded. One of our favorite parks in Vancouver!
  • For the kids there is a ton of space for soccer/frisbee/etc along with a playground. When it's hot we've went down to the beach and had a swim. The view of the Bay isn't bad either.
  • Amazing view. Live music. Nice neighbourhood vibe