“Blaaaaa plain jane dead grass.”
#9 in Kerrisdale
7601 Arbutus Street
Donated in 1958 by George Kidd, former president of BC Electric Company, this park provides a large expanse of trees (mostly of the willow and oak variety) on a mid-sized parcel of grass.
Like many west side parks, if you live nearby it’s okay for a picnic, but its location next to Southwest Marine Drive makes it fairly noisy.
If that doesn’t sound exciting, that’s because it isn’t.
But undeveloped triangle parks are a beacon of this city, and this is certainly one of them.