The Best Public Parks in Richmond

Handpicked Top 3 Public Parks in Richmond, BC. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


900 Ferguson Road, Richmond, BC V7B 1W7

Since 1975

Washroom, Picnic Areas, Dog Park, Walking Area, Flower, Drinking Fountain, Natural Area, Chairs & Meadows

Offer excellent viewing at the border between land & sea - The ponds and areas surrounding them on the park's east side and the foreshore between Iona Jetty and North Jetty

May 30 - September 4: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm September 5 - September 25: 7:00 am - 8:00 pm

In the middle of the Fraser River delta and on the western edge of greater Vancouver, this area of park land is unique to this region. At low tide the sand bars are exposed for kilometers out into the Salish Sea (Georgia Straight). Marshes and wetlands supply food and shelter to many species of wildlife.
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12011 Seventh Avenue, Richmond, BC V7E 4X2

Picnic Areas, Kids Playground, Historic Building, Flowers, Trees, Tables, Fly Kites, Memorial Garden & Sandy Beach Access

75 Acres waterfront park - The park provides spectacular views of the South Arm of the Fraser River and the Gulf Islands

Mon - Sun 8:15 am - 8:00 pm

Love this place. Have been enjoying it since I was a young boy. Nice pathways to walk. Always lots of kite flying. Even kite surfers. Quite the site. Although the biggest drawback has always been parking. Especially during events like fireworks. But well worth the walk or trip on transit to get there.
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6620 Garden City Road, Richmond, BC V6Y 1T6

Since 2001

Walking Trails, Green Place Area, Picnic Areas, Slides, Trees, Washroom, Kids Play Area, Chairs, Bridges & Meadows

Over 17 acres large parks - Signs explain each group of trees and provide a brief summary of biogeography, cultural and landscape information

Open 24 Hours

A gorgeous park in Richmond. They have a decent art piece that can be played on by children. There are grass areas available as eel as gravel paths, concrete and unfortunately mud. There are small picturesque bridges and plant areas. Parking is limited but available on the far side south near the temporary dog park.
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