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  • 1. Stanley Park Beaches

    Stanley Park

    There are two fine beaches accessed from Stanley Park, with other unnamed sandy spots dotted along the seawall. The most popular with families is Second...Read More

  • 2. Ambleside Park and Beach

    Just off Marine Drive at the foot of 13th Street, this long stretch of sand is West Vancouver's most popular beach. There are tennis courts,...Read More

  • 3. English Bay Beach

    West End

    The city's best-known beach, English Bay, lies just to the east of Stanley Park's southern entrance. A long stretch of golden sand, a waterslide, volleyball...Read More

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  • 4. Jericho Beach

    Point Grey

    Home to the Jericho Sailing Centre, this Point Grey beach is popular for windsurfing and kayaking (rentals are available), especially at the western end. Swimmers...Read More

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  • 5. Spanish Banks Beaches

    Point Grey

    The Spanish Banks and Locarno beaches form a sandy chain, and have huge expanses of sunbathing sand backed by wide lawns full of picnic tables....Read More

  • 6. Sunset Beach

    West End

    Farther along Beach Avenue toward Burrard Bridge, Sunset Beach, between Thurlow and Broughton streets, is too close to the Downtown core for clean, safe swimming,...Read More

  • 7. Trout Lake Beach

    Commercial Drive

    The only freshwater lake in the center of Vancouver, Trout Lake, in John Hendry Park, has a sandy beach and a swimming raft. Community festivals...Read More

  • 8. Whytecliff Park

    This calm cove near Horseshoe Bay is popular for swimming, scuba diving, sunset watching, and, at low tide, hiking out to Whyte Islet just offshore....Read More

  • 9. Wreck Beach

    Point Grey

    Clothing-optional Wreck Beach is in Pacific Spirit Regional Park, accessible via Trail 6—a winding staircase of 483 steps that's near the University of British Columbia...Read More

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