It’s technically called “Park Site on Trinity Street”, but online it’s called “Swingview Park”, for the very simple reason that there are four swings, and they provide a view.
Tag Archives: Wall Street miniparks
#155: Dusty Greenwell Park
Aside from being a helpful off-leash dog area, it’s objectively not the greatest use of such a large waterfront space.
#174: Meditation Park
The benches all face the ocean and provide a wonderful view of Lions Gate Bridge and the north shore.
#181: Harbour View Park
If you enjoy looking at giant shipping containers with mountains as a backdrop, this is probably the superior choice among the Wall Street pocket parks.
#182: Oxford Park
There’s a small but adequate playground for toddlers on this side hill, although there are plenty of reports of the rubber bottom turning hot and putrid during a heat wave.
#193: Park Site at Renfrew
There’s a little path that surrounds the park, and a couple of benches and a water fountain, but it’s too small to do anything and the view of the port is much the same as you’ll see in other parks.
#200: Cambridge Park
The westernmost of the Wall Street parks, Cambridge offers a long strip of grass with some trees in the middle.
#207: Portside View Park
“There’s no Portside View so the title is pretty misleading.”
#212: Commissioner Park
As the west side of Vancouver has the Point Grey miniparks, the east side has the Wall Street ones — small waterfront green spaces for the enjoyment of the public.