Best Parks in Richmond

Richmond is a beautiful city with a lot to offer everyone. There are lots of parks and activities, no matter what your age.

Here are a few gems:

Terra Nova Play Park

The new addition to Richmond's playgrounds is Terra Nova.  The $1 Million dollar project boasts natural features along with modern and state of the art playground equipment that incorporates local landscapes and materials.  

For some awesome photos and information on this new park, check out:

Reifel Bird Sanctuary

A hop, skip and a jump from Richmond, Reifel Bird Sanctuary is actually located in Delta.  A walk through this amazing park will give you perfect views of varied species of birds and other animals. Discover which species of birds frequent the West Coast and our local cities.  For more info on rates and times, click here:

Iona Beach Park

Iona Beach is the perfect park for all activities.  The park is located right along Richmond's beaufitul waterfront and is famous for hiking, biking, walking and even features an off leash area for your dog.  Iona Beach Park is located near YVR.  

Garry Point Park

So many of Richmond's scenic photographs are taken at Garry Point Park!  This park is a major hub of entertainment, sights and enjoyment.  Located within GPP is Kuno Garden, a Japanese style memorial garden.  The park is also set right on the water, so shore birds, beautiful sunsets and sunrises are frequent sites at Garry Point Park.  GPP is located at the Southwest corner of Richmond between Chatham and Moncton Street on 7th Avenue.

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