Lighthouse Park is a symbol of West Vancouver. Its namesake lighthouse is the main attraction and a National Historic Site. Come explore the extensive trail network and take in the fantastic views of English Bay, Howe Sound and across to Vancouver Island. Stands of old-growth Douglas Fir and Red Cedar are some of the last on the North Shore.
The lighthouse, a national historic site, is one of the most photographed and recognizable landmarks in the entire Lower Mainland. The waters around Lighthouse Park is a Rockfish Protection Area, and the park is a favourite spot for picnicking.
Things to Do in the Park
From diving cormorants to soaring eagles, birders flock to Lighthouse Park for great viewing opportunities.