4.33 out of 5 - 6 reviews

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Wayne W. Kinna from Tsawwwassen, Delta, BC writes:

What happened to the native rabbit species common to this area. As you walk along the trail going south just before the concession building there used to be a lot of wild rabbits but no this year!

    Posted: June 20, 2018 02:12:32 PM PST


    songsen from Richmond writes:

    Early summer more colourful. Great short hiking

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      Posted: May 28, 2018 01:38:19 PM PST


      Anna from Richmond writes:

      I gave this 5stars because I do this hike on the daily with my 2 year old son & he enjoys it as this trail is great for jogging with a stroller. Not hard at all and super peaceful with great views of the water. We park and start by the small little corner parking lot just past the golf course. The trail ends at Centennial Beach which is another reason we love this walk. We usually play on the playground at Centennial Beach and then head out on the beach which is great to walk during the low tide! Lots of seashells, little crabs during low tide, it's cute for the kids to play with. There's also a cafe at Centennial Beach to enjoy but they're usually not open too late...4pm close I think but maybe later for summer?
      We see lots of people on this trail because it's quite popular as it's easy enough that anyone can do it! And again, can't beat those views!
      Also, lots of eagles flying around as well as ducks! Great quick hike!

        Posted: May 7, 2018 07:15:45 PM PST


        norm harburn from Gabriola Is writes:

        I would like to contact someone within parks who is knowledgeable on the cost and use of the handicap accessible beach mat.We would like to put one in here. Thanks

          Posted: October 31, 2016 10:23:46 AM PST


          Ed from Richmond, BC writes:

          What a great walk along the beach. One of my favorite beaches when the wather is right. On one side you can see the city of Vancouver, all the mountains on the other side is a big and snowy white Baker mt. Trail itself isn't as nice as the walk along the beach.

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            Posted: October 9, 2016 10:27:43 AM PST


            kj from Vancouver writes:

            nice during summer and fall

              Posted: November 24, 2014 09:14:29 PM PST


              ARNOLD HUGH BATE from CHESHIRE UK writes:

              Have moved away from South Delta but
              my heart easily moves there with lots
              of nostalgia.
              Very, very pretty with Nature's Best
              scenery and ocean views..Boundary Bay
              and North shore Mts. plus Mt. Baker to
              the SE horizon.
              Out walked two German Shepherd dogs here,
              Thor and Oscar; they loved the beaches
              and the trails over the dunes. Also,
              meeting other dogs and pets.
              Keep watch over this jewel of a park and
              outdoor treasure! It never leaves you.

              Thank you park helpers and workers.. You
              do so much for our hearts and minds.
              AHB / Nov.12 / UK / Middlewich



                Posted: November 28, 2012 10:57:42 PM PST


                Caitlin from Burnaby, B.C. writes:

                This area was very interesting albeit pretty quiet in the wildlife department. We were hoping to see more birds. I'm not sure if that is because of the time of year or because they were removing an invasive plant species that day and making a lot of noise with chainsaws and a wood chipping machine.

                This walk reminded me a lot of where I'm from in the prairies of Alberta, minue the ocean of course ;)

                  Posted: June 29, 2011 04:05:46 PM PST


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