Ambleside Park was officially designated as a park in 1918 and has been a popular place with both visitors and residents ever since.
West Vancouver’s best known park stretches twenty-four hectares (59 acres) with a wide sandy beach and a 1.2 kilometre (0.75 mile) shoreline walk.
This is an 18 hole, par 3, pitch and putt course which is situated on
Ambleside Waterfront. The course is suitable for all players and is open spring and summer from March 1 to October 31 from 9am to dusk and there are reasonable fees for all players.
Of the many trails, the most popular is the seawalk that starts at the foot of 13th Street and ends at the Railway Bridge on the Capilano River.
There are other trails around the duck pond, through the grassy lawns in
the dog area and around the sports fields.
Always eagerly awaited by local birders and nature photographers, the Green Heron returns to the park in early April from wintering grounds as far south as Puerto Rico.
It comes north each year to mate, nest and raise its young. It is rare in the Lower Mainland; the pond in Ambleside Park is the only known nesting site on the North Shore.
Ambleside Park is a lovely place to come and enjoy a picnic. You can bring your own food and make use of the many picnic tables, or buy something
from the concession booth. There are also barbeques for those who want to cook up a feast, and with washrooms and a children’s playground in the park as well you could stay all day!
由西溫哥華Marine Dr.西行，至13 St.南行到Ambleside Park東南方盡頭停車場
西溫哥華的漫步海邊公園(Ambleside Park)位於卡皮蘭諾河(Capilano River)出口，由於擁有森林、樹叢、草原、淡水池塘、沙灘、河口、與鹹水沙
森林裡有黑眼橙草雀(Dark-eyed Junco)，狐雀(Fox Sparrows)與金冠雀(Song Sparrows)、松金翅(Pine Siskin)。它擁有六百公尺長的沙灘與2公里的海