For a park barely a decade old, Hinge sure feels timeless.
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#23: Norquay Park
Norquay is an example of how a few smart renovations can make an old park feel fresh, evolving with the needs of a neighbourhood — even it’s named for a 19th century politician from another province.
#24: Riverfront Park
Built a couple decades before Vancouver started developing the River District in earnest, Riverfront has gained a reputation as a hidden gem, based on being one of the quieter waterfront green areas in the city.
#25: Quilchena Park
In 2010, Vancouver Sun columnist Barbara Yaffe wrote that “Quilchena is a park that’s green and clean and screams Vancouver”, and that’s pretty much its appeal in a nutshell.
#26: Queen Elizabeth Park
It’s beautiful. It’s sprawling. It’s central. But Queen Elizabeth Park is also overrated.
#27: Riley Park
With Queen Elizabeth Park just across the street, it’s easy for Riley Park to get lost in its shadows. But the truth is, this smaller family park is nearly as good.
#28: Musqueam Park
A lot of your enjoyment of Musqueam Park will depend on how much you enjoy Pacific Spirit Park or the inland Stanley Park trails.
#29: Tecumseh Park
When you think of the best family parks in Vancouver, Tecumseh wouldn’t necessarily come to mind, but this smallish park in city’s southeast is popular for a reason.
#30: Oak Park
Some parks get a good score because of how they feel, and some parks accumulate a good score because of the amount of things they have for people to do. Oak Park is the latter.
#31: Prince Edward Park
There’s nothing amazing about Prince Edward Park, which is why you’ll never see it in a touristy promotional campaign, but it’s quietly a top-tier neighbourhood park in Vancouver.