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.
Aside from being a helpful off-leash dog area, it’s objectively not the greatest use of such a large waterfront space.
The benches all face the ocean and provide a wonderful view of Lions Gate Bridge and the north shore.
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.
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.
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.
The westernmost of the Wall Street parks, Cambridge offers a long strip of grass with some trees in the middle.
“There’s no Portside View so the title is pretty misleading.”
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.