Grandview Park
Recreation Facilities
Field HousesField Houses(x1)
Water/Spray ParksWater/Spray Parks(x1)
About the Park
Always bursting with activity, Grandview Park is often the site of community activities, from picnics and plays to festivals and concerts. In 2011, the park was upgraded with a new playground, pathways, stage, sport court, field house with accessible washrooms, lawns, gardens and restored cenotaph area.

The informal seating along Commercial Drive is well used. The park now has a large open grass area, and beautiful maple trees have been maintained and will continue to provide shade for the renewed park.

The playground has several fun features, including a very large boulder that allows children to climb up one side and down into a net on the other; a log 'table' which comes from a 537-year-old cedar tree that blew down in Stanley Park; and a sandbox with water.

The sport court was built specifically to bike polo specifications—the first one in Vancouver—so enthusiasts now have a court that truly facilitates their sport.