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Trails System Map

Westminster Highway Recreational Trail

The Westminster Highway Recreational Trail is a cycling and running route from No. 6 Road to No. 8 Road, along the Westminster Highway corridor.

Westminster Hwy

From this trail there are great views of North Shore mountain ranges, farm land and agricultural activities along the trail; however, the recreational trail runs adjacent to Westminster Highway traffic flow, and vehicle congestion can become quite heavy during the peak traffic periods of 7:30-9:00am and from 3:30-6:30pm.

Exercise caution! Be aware of both passenger and commercial vehicular traffic when using this trail.

Points of Interest

Nature ParkRichmond Nature Park and Nature Park East
Nature interpretive centre, walking trails, a short boardwalk trail suitable for wheelchairs and strollers, unique bog vegetation, observation of birds and animals, picnic area, parking, washrooms. For more information, see Richmond Nature Park.

King George / Cambie Community Park

This large 30 acres park in East Richmond and offers various amenities including an artificial turf field, spray/waterplay, community garden, and a picnic area.

Sport amenities at this park include 5 sports fields 4 ball diamonds, 3 basketball courts, 3 tennis courts and spectator bleachers. In addition to the the sports amenities in the park, there is a themed waterplay area with geysers, spray toys and more. For more information, please visit the King George / Cambie Park web page.

No 7 Road Fishing Pier
No. 7 Road PierA restored former barge loading pier, this location situated along River Road, has an open grass area, woodlot and small beach. There is a washroom and limited parking is available.