“Remaining sections of the riverfront trail will be completed as opportunities arise.”
#10 in Marpole
9149 Hudson Street
We’re still deep in the midst of Park Board territories that aren’t fully formed parks, and this is among the most interesting — a 350-metre strip of land of Vancouver, accessible only by walking past a giant bus depot.
When you arrive, it amounts to a pleasant but somewhat-too-industrial walk to a picnic table next to the Fraser River, after which you walk back the way you came.
In the future, the idea is that it will seamlessly connect to an integrated greenway along the Fraser, instead of being part of a patchwork of corridors.
But if you’re interested in a picnic date next to a bridge, a river and about 200 buses, it’s for you.