Belcarra Regional Park and Buntzen Lake
Recreation Area are both located directly across Burrard Inlet from Barnet Marine Park. In hot months the beaches at Belcarra's Sasamat Lake and at nearby Buntzen Lake are so popular that park
information signs will tell you if Belcarra and Buntzen are full. You can probably sense this on a hot day before you even leave the house. On weekends, unless you get an early start for their beaches, look
elsewhere for a destination.
Once at Sasamat Lake, follow the signs to White Pine Beach. There's plenty of
parking here on a benchland above the sandy beach. There's one critical difference between this beach and nearby Buntzen Lake: although the sun shines equally warm on both, the water in Buntzen is far colder than in Sasamat.
The Sasamat Lake Loop Trail (easy; 1.5 miles/2.5 km return) circles Belcarra's Sasamat Lake. Follow it around from White
Pine Beach as it leads south to a floating boardwalk that crosses the lake. Two small docks for fishing and swimming are
located along the walkway. The road that leads to the heart of Belcarra Park begins just before Sasamat Lake. Follow the signs
to reach the main parking area. Detailed maps of Belcarra Regional Park are available year-round from the park's concession stand nearby.
Ioco Rd西北行，至1Ave.北行，接Bedwell Bay Road ，依照White Pine Beach標誌右轉北行到底，最遠停車場F集合
位於高貴林三聯市的西北方貝爾卡拉區域公園(Belcarra regional Park)內，為大溫哥華
(White Pine Beach)，而聞名於低陸平原。相對於該湖的白沙灘與溫水湖，其周圍環繞著一片陰