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Carnarvon Park
Park Location
2995 W 19th Avenue
(@ Mackenzie Street)
Neighbourhood
Arbutus Ridge
Area
3.79 hectares
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Recreation Facilities
Baseball DiamondsBaseball Diamonds(x3)
Field HousesField Houses(x1)
Football FieldsFootball Fields(x1)
Soccer FieldsSoccer Fields(x1)
SoftballSoftball(x2)
WashroomsWashrooms(x1)
Washroom Information
LocationWinter hoursSummer hoursNotes
West side, field houseDawn to DuskDawn to Dusk
About the Park
Carnarvon Park offers many recreation opportunities, from a multitude of sports fields to a fitness circuit and a children’s playground. The dappled shade of the tree-lined walks makes for a very enjoyable stroll, with a diversity of trees that include ash, plum, crabapple, and hornbeam.
History
This park was first assembled by the Point Grey Municipality prior to the City of Vancouver amalgamation in 1929. It was secured by tax sales from the B.C. Government. The Park is named for one of its bounding streets which in turn is named for the Earl of Carnarvon who was Britain’s Secretary of State and introduced the British North America Act thereby bringing into confederation the Canadian provinces.

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