Stanley Park Visitor Guide

Nine totem poles stand tall in Stanley Park (Tourism Vancouver/Kazutoish Yoshimura).

In a city surrounded by nature, Stanley Park adds even more greenspace to the heart of Vancouver. Locals and visitors alike love strolling the seawall, exploring the forest, learning about plants, animals, and Indigenous culture, and so much more.

Walk or Bike the Seawall

Walkers and cyclists on the Stanley Park Seawall. Photo: Destination BC/Heath Moffatt

The oceanside Stanley Park Seawall is a must-do for visitors to Vancouver. It encircles the park and has separate lanes for pedestrians and cyclists. Plan to spend at least 1 hour biking or

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