BEST RATED » RICHMOND BC » HIKING TRAILS

The Best Hiking Trails in Richmond

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in Richmond, BC. They face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!

IONA BEACH REGIONAL PARK

900 Ferguson Road, Richmond, BC V7B 1W7

Since 1909

Bird-Watching, Island, Drinking Fountain, Unmarked Trail, Sea, Beach, Nature Trails, Walking, Horseback Riding, Natural Area, Cycling, Jetty & Fishing Boats

Its a unique area of land made up of a long, narrow jetty of sand and grass along the mouth of the Fraser River ● Dogs must be leashed at all times within the park ● Enjoy view is stunning especially during sunset hours ● Lots of parking & wheelchair available ● Features with Off-leash trails & Drinking water ● Has a beautiful jetty which stretches 4 kilometers into the ocean

Reviews

Mon - Sun 7:00 am - 7:00 pm

TBR® Inspection Report

RICHMOND NATURE PARK

11851 Westminster Highway, Richmond, BC V6X 1B4

Since 1968

Live Animals and Gift Shop, Animals and Ecology, Exhibits, Urban Wildlife, Boardwalk, Nature Trails, Forest and Pond Habitat, Wheelchair Accessible, Plants, Facility Rentals, 55+/Seniors and Youth Activities, Running, Outdoor, Programs and Events, Natural Area, Playgrounds & Garden

Its 200 acres of the raised peat bog habitat that once covered large portions of Lulu Island ● Provides visitors the chance to encounter plants and animals in the bog, forest and pond habitats ● Wheelchair accessible ● Visitors can hear varied thrushes and see winter birds at the feeders or follow animal tracks in the snow ● Offers free trail guide is available in the Nature House ● Visitors can see and hear the territorial fights of hummingbirds as bog flowers bloom below

nature@richmond.ca

Reviews

Mon - Sun 7:00 am - 6:00 pm

TBR® Inspection Report

GARRY POINT PARK

12011 Seventh Avenue, Richmond, BC V7E 4X2

Since 1989

Caretaker, Pathway Circuit, Historic Building, Nature Trails, Beached Logs and Beach Access, Washroom Facilities, Japanese Style Memorial Garden, Walking, Beach, Dog Watering Station, Drinking Fountain & Picnic Area

Provides spectacular vistas across the Salish Sea and beyond to Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands ● The park includes a heritage moorage facility with buildings and docks at historic Scotch Pond located on the north side of the park ● Two concession stands run seasonally at the main entrance of the park, along with washroom facilities and dog watering station

Reviews

Mon - Sun 7:00 am - 11:00 pm

TBR® Inspection Report