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Here is a list of parks we’ll be visiting arranged by program.

Please note that these parks could change without notice.

Flicker Program—(Main St > Renfrew)

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.

Renfrew Ravine [map]  
We’ll explore the wonders of this Ravine right in the middle of Vancouver! The natural landscape in this city gem offers many opportunities to interact with nature.

Trout Lake[map]
We spend particular times of the year at Trout Lake and love it when we do. We explore the south end of the park delighting in the giant Cedar Trees throughout as well as perfect hills for rolling down and of course bringing our Mud Kitchen to the beach.

Clark Park [map]
This lovely park is tucked in between Clark and Commercial Drive. It has a collection of giant Douglas Fir and Arbutus trees that we love to explore and a large hill just perfect for rolling, running or rambling down.

Mount Pleasant Park[map]
Located on 16th and Ontario, this park is an ideal location for our Flicker Program to spend a week. The neighbourhood is always festive for holidays and there are fairy gardens abound to seek out!


Finches Program — East Van

Trout Lake[map]
We spend particular times of the year at Trout Lake and love it when we do. We explore the south end of the park delighting in the giant Cedar Trees throughout as well as perfect hills for rolling down and of course bringing our Mud Kitchen to the beach.

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.

Sandpiper Program—(Cambie > Victoria Drive)

Queen Elizabeth Park (@ the Duck Pond)
Queen Elizabeth Park is a wonderful place to explore. We love meeting at the Duck Pond as there’s a huge hill to roll down, ducks to observe and an amazing Oak Tree planted Queen Elizabeth herself! With so many pathways and areas to explore, it’s never a dull moment here.

City Hall Gardens
This is a wonderful park to spend a week in. We have a small garden plot that we tend to throughout the year and love to explore the gardens and climb the yew trees!

Clark Park [map]
This lovely park is tucked in between Clark and Commercial Drive. It has a collection of giant Douglas Fir and Arbutus trees that we love to explore and a large hill just perfect for rolling, running or rambling down.

Trout Lake[map]
We spend particular times of the year at Trout Lake and love it when we do. We explore the south end of the park delighting in the giant Cedar Trees throughout as well as perfect hills for rolling down and of course bringing our Mud Kitchen to the beach.

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.

Memorial South Park [map]
Memorial South Park is a hidden gem in east Van! With multiple cedar groves, open fields, wild flower gardens and a pond, there is loads to explore throughout the year.

Nuthatches Program —- Renfrew > Boundary

Rupert Park [map]
Rupert Park boasts 11.43 hectares that runs along 1st Ave and Rupert. There are tall trees to play under, expansive fields to run in and a pond to observe, This is an exciting addition to our parks list!

Charles Park [map]
Charles Park is a lovely quiet park just 2 blocks east of Boundary and a quick hop away from Rupert Park. With yet another pond and tall groves of trees, this park is one of our favourites.

Renfrew Ravine [map]  
We’ll explore the wonders of this Ravine right in the middle of Vancouver! The natural landscape in this city gem offers many opportunities to interact with nature.