As West Vancouver’s gateway park, Ambleside is fully accessible and well used by both West Vancouver residents and visitors. Enjoy spectacular views of Stanley Park and downtown Vancouver. Come walk the Centennial Seawalk, visit the dog park, play beach volleyball or tennis, swim, relax in the sand and more!
Concession Hours of Operation 2017
May 21 to July 1 (Canada Day)
Saturday & Sunday: 11 a.m.–5 p.m.
July 2 to Sept. 5 (Labour Day)
Saturday & Sunday: 10 a.m.–8 p.m.
Monday–Friday: 11 a.m.–7 p.m.
Getting to Ambleside Park
The entrance to Ambleside Park is located at the foot of 13th Street. Transit from downtown: Take either the 250: Horseshoe Bay, 250A Dundarave or the 253 Caufield, heading east along West Georgia St. In West Vancouver, get off at 13th Street.
Transit from downtown: Take either the 257: Horseshoe Bay Express or the 250: Horseshoe Bay, heading east along Georgia St. In West Vancouver, get off at the roundabout at Nelson Street, just before heading down the hill to Horseshoe Bay. Just tell the driver where you want to go, and they will make sure you get off at the correct stop.
Ambleside Park Amenities Include:
- Outdoor shower
- Picnic tables
- Public washrooms with change rooms
- Duck pond
- Sports fields
- Basketball court
- Skate Park
- Tennis courts
- Two charcoal barbecues
- Beach volleyball (seasonal)