Revitalizing Horseshoe Bay Park
The District is developing a plan to revitalize Horseshoe Bay Park to create a gathering space and focal point for the residents of Horseshoe Bay and visitors alike.
The goal: to create a free-flowing connected park space from the Horseshoe Bay Pier all the way to the BC Ferries terminal. It will provide a gathering space and focal point for the residents of Horseshoe Bay and visitors alike.
Your role: share your ideas for the park and help the project team understand what’s working, and what needs improvement. Together, we will firm up the priorities and big ideas that will form the framework of the design.
Thank you to everyone that attended the public meeting held on November 29, 2017.
Thank you to everyone that shared feedback through the survey which closed on January 19, 2018.
The survey asked residents to share ideas for Horseshoe Bay Park and help us understand what’s working, and what needs improvement.
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Horseshoe Bay Park is a scenic one-hectare on the western tip of West Vancouver and at the entrance to Howe Sound.
The park is bordered by Sewell's Marina and the public pier to the north, the community of Horseshoe Bay to the south and west, and the BC Ferries terminal to the east.
A high number of tourists and ferry users come through the park in the summer; local residents use it year-round.
The existing park has gone through several piecemeal upgrades over the years and currently consists of:
- washroom building
- a small water play area
- plaza area with decorative fountain
- walking paths
- boat ramp
- seating areas
- pier with short-term boat moorage
- Metro Vancouver sewer lift station.