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Signature Parks

Garry Point Park

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Street Address: 12011 7th Avenue
Location: Southwest corner of Richmond between Chatham and Moncton Street on 7th Avenue
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Recreation Area: Steveston

Garry Point Park is large 75 acres waterfront park, located close to historic Steveston Village.

The park provides spectacular views of the South Arm of the Fraser River and the Gulf Islands. With plenty of beach and waterfront access, just bring your beach blanket, a picnic dinner and enjoy yourself at one of the BEST places to watch the sunset in Richmond.

The unique rolling landscape of Garry Point includes such features as Kuno Garden - a Japanese style memorial garden, beached logs and sandy beach access, expansive open areas for picnicking and kite flying, interpretation signage dots the landscape and a prominent public art piece - the Fisherman's Memorial Needle on the south side of the park. Additional heritage aspects in the park include a heritage moorage facility with buildings and docks at historic Scotch Pond.

Two concession stands run seasonally at the main entrance of the park, along with washroom facilities and dog watering station.

Park Amenities

Picnic Tables
5 Picnic Tables
51 Benches
Pathway Circuit
2,594 Lime

Special Features

Historic Building
Drinking Fountain
Caretaker Building
Concession Stand
Picnic Area

Additional Park Features

  • Kuno Garden - a Japanese style memorial garden
  • Scotch Pond - heritage moorage site

Public Art