Here is a list of parks that we will be visiting in no particular order.
This list reflects some of the parks we may visit in our programs and could change without notice.
Queen Elizabeth Park [map]
Exploring the wide variety of gardens and varied landscape offers a wonderful opportunity to notice the changes in the seasons.
Trillium Park North [map]
Trillium Park is our home base nestled in southern Strathcona. We have access to the ‘Green Tanks’ or shipping containers that have heat and electricity. We also have access to the gated work bays there with running water. It’s the perfect home to create messy art and run in a safe environment. From time to time we also assist EartHand Gleaners, who run Trillium park North, in the gardens. We also like to visit Strathcona Gardens frequently to help with Miss Belva’s garden bed.
Hinge Park [map]
We’ll meet in the area of 1st and Columbia. We have access to the water, (your child may come home soggy….) as Hinge Park attaches to Habitat Island that has direct access to a small beach front. There is a community center close by as well as the seawall that runs through it all. So much to explore and take in at this park.
Renfrew Ravine [map]
3900 Renfrew Street (@ E 24th Avenue)
We’ll meet in the parking lot off of Renfrew and 24th Ave. From there we’ll explore the wonders of this natural Ravine right in the middle of Vancouver! The Renfrew Community Center is also very close by so visits to the library may happen as well.
Hastings Park [map]
We’ll meet next to the skate park just off of Renfrew and Penticton where there is a large parking lot and grassy areas to run in. With the PNE as our backdrop, we’ll explore Sanctuary Pond, the Momiji Gardens and everything in between in this wonderful park in East Vancouver.