Oak Park
Park Location
900 W 59th Avenue
(@ Oak Street)
5.25 hectares
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Recreation Facilities
Ball HockeyBall Hockey(x1)
Baseball DiamondsBaseball Diamonds(x2)
Basketball CourtsBasketball Courts(x1)
Field HousesField Houses(x1)
Lighted FieldsLighted Fields(x1)
Outdoor Roller Hockey RinksOutdoor Roller Hockey Rinks(x1)
Soccer FieldsSoccer Fields(x3)
Tennis CourtsTennis Courts(x2)
Water/Spray ParksWater/Spray Parks(x1)
Washroom Information
LocationWinter hoursSummer hoursNotes
East side field houseDawn to DuskDawn to Dusk
About the Park
With an outstanding number of recreation opportunities, Oak Park is a lively and welcoming place. It also offers many winding paths throughout the park, picnic areas, and some wonderful trees. The spraypark is a big attraction for children in hot weather.

The park's two tennis courts were named after acclaimed Vancouver tennis player Lorne Main, in recognition of his many athletic successes.
Originally owned by the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) this site was purchased by the Point Grey Municipality and known as Athletic Park until Vancouver’s amalgamation in 1929. On December 11, 1930, the park was renamed Oak Park after one of its bounding streets. The park was enlarged through another park purchase on November 18, 1944.
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