Pacific Spirit Regional Park, Vancouver

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Nature / Park
At Pacific Spirit Regional Park, explore over 117 km (73 mi) of forest trails teeming with plant and animal life. Located just minutes from the city and set within 874 hectares (2,160 acres), the park offers plenty of opportunities to stroll, hike, mountain bike, or horseback ride under the verdant canopy. Pack a picnic and relax on the peaceful shore of one of the beaches. There's a route for everyone within the park, some hillier and more strenuous than others. Note that some routes can be muddy after rainfall. To visit Pacific Spirit Regional Park on your holiday in Vancouver, and find out what else Vancouver has to offer, use our Vancouver itinerary planner.
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TripAdvisor
  • This is the absolute best place to walk on a hot day. Big tall trees provide ample shade to keep you cool. The park is large with many trails. I have walked here probably a hundred times and haven't v...  more »
  • Once had a owl fly over me nice and cool place in summertime only but people exercise all year round not safe at night prefer two people always depends on bike shouldn't be big deal depends on person ...  more »
  • Beautiful Vancouver spring day to spend at this lovely park. My daughter just finished her Fish, Wildlife and Recreation diploma at BCIT and I received a plant ID lesson during our walk together!  more »
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  • There are 253 reviews already so I'll try and say something different - if you go to the forest when it's raining you won't even get wet. Don't worry about it, rain is good for you. This park has lots of trees and is the easiest place to get the deep forest experience south of Stanley park. My kids and dog love it
  • Incredible place, amazing trees, trails, and nature, and close to urban places so it is super accessible. Highly recommend giving yourself 1-2 hours here, but there's tons of room for deviation: you can take small trails and spend 30 mins or less, or you can take 3+ hours here and venture out in the Endowment lands further south. Very beautiful place.
  • Very beautiful park. Full or great trails and beautiful scenery. You can really get lost walking around as some trails seem to go on forever! Lots of tree coverage and old growth! Use to run a dog along the trails and could easily cover 8km. Lovely days spent here.
  • One of the most pristine parks in Metro Vancouver. Wildlife is abundant, beautiful plants, trails for hiking, biking, or walking. Beaches. Swimming. You name it!
  • Awesome and huge forest, perfect for walking, running or biking. Lots of trails, very peaceful and beautiful. The trails are unpaved so be careful not to trip on tree roots or stones on the path.