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Stanley Park
Park Location
2000 W Georgia Street
(@ Chilco Street)
Neighbourhood
West End
Area
400 hectares
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Recreation Facilities
Bowling GreensBowling Greens(x2)
Cricket PitchesCricket Pitches(x2)
Field HousesField Houses(x3)
Jogging TrailsJogging Trails(x3)
Lighted FieldsLighted Fields(x1)
Rugby FieldsRugby Fields(x2)
Running TracksRunning Tracks(x1)
SeawallSeawall
SoftballSoftball(x2)
Tennis CourtsTennis Courts(x21)
WashroomsWashrooms(x16)
Water/Spray ParksWater/Spray Parks(x1)
Wedding Ceremony Site (x3)Wedding Ceremony Site (x3)
Washroom Information
LocationWinter hoursSummer hoursNotes
2nd Beach, fieldhouseDawn to DuskDawn to DuskWheelchair accessible
3rd Beach, fieldhouseDawn to DuskDawn to DuskWheelchair accessible at parking lot level, Caretaker on site
Aquarium plazaDawn to DuskDawn to DuskWheelchair accessible
Brockton OvalDawn to DuskDawn to DuskWheelchair accessible, Caretaker on site
Ceperley Picnic ShelterDawn to DuskDawn to DuskWheelchair accessible
ChilcoDawn to DuskDawn to DuskWheelchair accessible
Fish HouseDawn to DuskDawn to DuskKey to accessible washroom on west side of Fish House available at Pitch and Putt Golf Course ticket booth
Info BoothDawn to DuskDawn to DuskWheelchair accessible
Lumberman's ArchDawn to DuskDawn to DuskWheelchair accessible
Park Board Main officeWeekdays only 8:30 am - 5:00 pmWeekdays only 8:30 am - 5:00 pmWheelchair accessible
PavilionDawn to DuskDawn to DuskAccessible washroom entered from parking lot level, to the left side of the building.
Pitch & Putt Golf CourseDawn to DuskDawn to DuskNot accessible, key to accessible washroom on west side of Fish House available at ticket booth
Prospect PointDawn to DuskDawn to DuskWheelchair accessible
Prospect Point Picnic, fieldhouseDawn to DuskDawn to DuskWheelchair accessible, Caretaker on site
TotemsDawn to DuskDawn to DuskWheelchair accessible
Train, Picnic ShelterDawn to DuskDawn to DuskWheelchair accessible
History
History
Originally home to Burrard, Musqueam and Squamish First Nations people, Stanley Park served as a British military reserve before being designated a park. Vancouver's first official green space opened September 27, 1888 and is named after Lord Frederick Stanley, the then Governor General of Canada. The park was designated a national historic site of Canada in 1988 and celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2013.

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