Sustainable, modern living in Vancouver's urban core

Kitsilano Amenities

With the integration of the vivid and modern urban life along a scenic natural beauty, Kitsilano is the epiphany of how great the urban living can be, offering you the best of the two worlds. Experiencing some of the following amenities will make you fall in love with Kitsilano and Vancouver and their charms.

Vanier Park

While the Vanier Park might not compete with more famous Vancouver’s parks like Stanley Park or Queen Elisabeth Park, it will offer you a variety of activities. Both Vancouver Museum and Vancouver Maritime Museum, with their temporary and permanent exhibits, will offer you an insight in Vancouver’s history. And if you have ever dreamed about exploring Mars and Space, visiting HR MacMillan Space Centre with its planetarium and observatory will make an unforgettable experience. For more information on the park click here.

Hadden Park

Located between Granville Island and Kitsilano Beach, steps away from Vancouver Maritime Museum, lays a true doggie heaven. Your pet will absolutely love the strips of sand on one of the seven dog beaches in Vancouver area.  It is considered one of the nicest beaches in the city and yet the dogs have full access.  For more information on the park click here.

Kitsilano Beach

Kits Beach is a true jewel, a place where you will relax your body and mind. Enjoy a long seawall walk, play a game of beach volleyball or tennis on the brand new tennis courts, take your family to one of the world’s largest open seawater and heated pools, or simply relax reading a book while waiting for the amazing sunset.

Jericho Beach

Jericho Beach is located west of Alma Street and is another amazing place to visit and spend a summer day barbequing with your family and friends. Enjoy world’s famous Vancouver Folk Music Festival held annually in July. Jericho Beach is a perfect getaway for sail boating and windsurfing just minutes away from downtown.

West 4th Avenue

After a long day at the beach, enjoy the numerous restaurants and coffee shops on the famous 4th Avenue. Inviting dishes of Vancouver’s multicultural cuisines and boutique shops will make you experience a true spirit of Vancouver. For more information on West 4th you have to click here for more information.

Granville Island

Walking east down 4th Avenue or taking a lovely walk by the ocean, you will find Granville Island and its Public Market, a consumer’s heaven when it comes to fresh seafood and produce from lower Mainland farms. But Granville Island offers much more such as Vancouver Jazz Festival, Vancouver International Children’s Festival, and many exhibits and activities in the local art and craft stores. For more information please click here.

more information on kitsilano

The City of Vancouver offers residents more information here.

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