“Great view – ocean and mountains. 10/10 bench would sit again.” #11 in Kitsilano 2743 Point Grey Road For Kids D For Adults C Design C+ Atmosphere B Final Score 20.84 More than 10 per cent of Vancouver’s parks are either West End miniparks, Wall Street pocket parks or Point Grey pocket parks, and IContinue reading “#148: Margaret Pigott Park”
Not only does it give a beautiful view, if you’re prepared enough you could probably set up a unique picnic.
This park site is slightly better than most of the Point Grey Road parks due to the more head-on view of the mountains, a couple more benches that are closer to the view, and a patch of land that has a few more gentle slopes for games of bocce.
The easternmost of the Point Grey Road parks, this one has a number of benches where you can get wonderful views of Stanely Park and English Bay, plus there’s a picnic table that was installed a few years ago.
The playground is only intended for the smallest of toddlers, and there are much larger and more interesting parks directly north and west.
There’s a few interesting sculptures to look at, but as a park it’s incredibly noisy given its proximity to the bridge. And there’s no amenities for kids, or enough space to do much but have lunch.
The park itself is a little smaller than the other waterfront pocket parks, with two paths limiting the amount of green space.