Vancouver : Top 6 Best Places to Visit in Vancouver

Kelley Point Park

The Columbia and Willamette rivers have sandy beaches. However, swimming is not recommended due to the strong undercurrent. The park's border is paved, offering many picnic areas and beautiful lawns.

Vancouver Lake

It serves a number of functions as a regional resource. These include wildlife habitat, flood control, wetlands, surface and ground water hydrology, boating, bird watching and hiking, hunting, and many more. 

Lacamas Lake

Lacamas Park is adjacent to Round Lake and offers a view from the ring of the natural habitat. There are 312 acres of hiking trails. This area is home to the unique Camas lilies, which are dark blue in color. Mid-April is the blooming season. 

Burnt Bridge Creek Trail

You will find grassy wetlands, forested areas and some sections of sidewalk as the trail winds its way. The trail is being improved on the surface and there are street crossings. There are also plans to extend it north to Meadowbrook Marsh. 

Whipple Creek Regional Park

Because of its close proximity to a stable, the park is very popular for riding. Many trails are now well-groomed and not as muddy as before. Some trails might be closed during winter.

Blue Lake Regional Park

A small portion of the lake has been designated for swimming. This is a shallow area, but it's only for children over five years old. There is usually a lifeguard available. Blue Lake Region park also has a playground, picnic tables and a Frisbee course. There is also an archery range. 

Salmon Creek Greenway Trail

The Salmon Creek Greenway Trail was opened in 1996 and offers a beautiful natural escape in the northern Vancouver, Washington. This is a great spot for a quick getaway into the natural world.