Memorial Park

A stone arch and plaque sit at the edge of a forest surrounded by tulips.

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Memorial Park is a peaceful sanctuary next to the business district. Take a short walk along the east bank of MacDonald Creek through a plantation of rare and colourful rhododendrons and azaleas and watch Coho salmon and Cutthroat trout in the Centennial Salmon Rearing Pond.

Things to do in the Park

  • Centennial Rearing Pond

    Check out the Centennial Rearing Pond, which provides a restful habitat with consistent water flow for juvenile Coho salmon, Cutthroat trout and the aquatic insects on which they feed.

  • Memorial Arch

    Pay tribute to the fallen at this cenotaph commemorating the World Wars and the Korean War. On Remembrance Day, the arch in Memorial Park becomes a gathering place to remember the fallen West Vancouver men and women who fought during World War I and II and the 516 Canadians who died during the Korean War. 

  • Take a Timeout

    Grab your lunch and take a timeout from your busy schedule at this scenic and centrally located park.


Visit Stewardship for more information on the Centennial Salmon Rearing Pond and other stewardship groups and initiatives.