The famous Lakeside Park in the Greater Vancouver District is located in the Burnaby residential area. The trail around the lake is simply a flowing landscape, especially suitable for walks and bends. Nice place with beautiful scenery and sunny days is recommended!
Luhu Park is basically not accessible to ordinary tourists, so there are almost no people in the whole park. There are probably more animals in the park than people. The park is particularly beautiful, with a lot of vegetation, and different flowers blooming everywhere
It’s a very beautiful park. Although it’s not very big, the park is full of all kinds of flowers in spring. It feels like birds and flowers. The scenery is really good, the weather is good, and the air quality is great.
This is the second time I have come to Vancouver. When I first came, I visited all the important attractions in Vancouver, such as Canada Place, Stanley Park, Vancouver Chinatown, Match Gas Town, etc. But, like Central Park and Deer Lake Park When the secondary attractions are not visited, if the second time comes, you have to visit. Today Saturday, I took bus No. 144 in metro town to Luhu Park Station (canada way station or the next station). When the bus is broadcasting, it will broadcast the station and then the Luhu Park Station (deer lake Park), but the car shows that there is no deer lake park station at these two stations. It seems that there is deer lake park at the next station, but just get off at the two stations mentioned. Deer Lake Park is really worth a visit, free of charge, today Saturday, but there are not many people to visit, let alone usually. Most of the tourists I met spoke Chinese. Although they are now Canadian citizens, some are first-generation, some are second or third-generation, but they speak Mandarin or Cantonese. The second largest number of tourists speak Korean. Although I don't understand what they say, I can hear them speaking Korean. Today is June 15, 2019 (Canada time), the sun is bright, breezy, and the weather is very suitable for fun. There are theaters, art gallery, and private properties in the park. The park is very large, with shaded trees, birds and flowers, and beautiful grass, and there are flocks of geese on these beautiful grasses, and the geese eat the grass. grass. The most distinctive feature in the park is the lake. The lake is clean enough to make you doubt life, and the lake is flat without waves, like a huge plane mirror. A large area of the lake is lotus flowers, which are open! The first time I saw such a large area of lotus, it was really shocking! It's beautiful, it's really beautiful. You can rent a boat to go boating in the lake. I saw the price, it is not expensive, it is only 20 Canadian dollars. Because I am alone, I don't have a boat. However, I heard that boating in the deer lake is a pleasure. There is also a Nobuki area in the park, which is really perfect. Generally speaking, the tour group rarely comes to the main house, and it is fine if you are free. The main tourists in this park are locals.
Luhu Park is really different throughout the year. It is worth a visit. It is a good tourist attraction! Lots of trees, as well as locals picnicking, full of wild fun, very local life atmosphere!
Just a beautiful place inside the city for walks with dog . Wonderful garden , lots of flowers , and especially , annual concert under sky held by Vancouver symphony . Missed it this year due to pande...
I would not rush back here while the pandemic is still going on. Despite the one way loop, it was chaos with people everywhere. The beach was gross and smelly. I have visited in the fall and it is ...
Go here weekly solo or with running group. Lovely trail around lake. Fishing in lake and boat rentals too. Washroom near parking lot. Can walk around lake in an hour
One of the many parks in Burnaby where you can go for a relaxing walk. It’s so quiet right in the middle of the city. Great walk rain or shine !
beautiful trail to walk around the lake which takes around 50 minutes with a normal speed.mostly on board walk or well maintained pathways.