Lighthouse Park is one of Vancouver's most beautiful areas and contains the last standing first-growth Douglas fir tree forest in the lower mainland.
It is the perfect location for enjoying crashing waves, dense vegetation and over six miles of scenic walking trails.
This natural paradise is an ideal example of west coast vegetation. The 185 acre seaside park, in the depths of suburban West Vancouver, has been home to a lighthouse since 1874. The existing structure was built in 1912.