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Queen Elizabeth Park

Cambie Street and W. 33rd Avenue
Vancouver, BC
604-257-8584website
Area: Vancouver, BC

While Stanley Park is the most visited park in the city, this 130 acre park offers a plethora of outdoor fun. Free disc golf and tennis are available, but be prepared to wait. You can also golf on the 18 hole short course, though it is aimed at beginners. The park also boasts the highest point in Vancouver, Tai Chi every morning (at the top of the park's plaza and under the seven Tai Chi Arbors), the Bloedel Floral Conservatory with tropical plants and birds (it will cost you $4.50 to go in), an arboretum, a dancing fountain, a garden made in a former quarry, an area for artists to paint and sell their wares, and numerous sculptures. The outside gardens are all free, and the park is open 24 hours, yearly. DETAILS Tennis: 18 courts, First-come, first-serve 30 minute limit of play if someone is waiting Golf: Call for tee times: (604) 874-8336 8am-dusk, (enter off 37th Ave for free parking) Rates for Golf: Adult Regular 18 Holes: 12.52 Twilight (1 hour before sunset) and Winter Greens: 9.38 Putting Green: 4.00 Caddy Rentals: 1.81 Club Rentals: 1.14 Conservatory Hours: 10am-5pm for winter, 9am-8pm Mon-Fri and 10am-9pm Sat/Sun in summer (starting in May) Location: At the junction of Cambie St. and W. 33rd Ave. Also enter off Ontario St./W. 33rd Ave, or W. 37th Ave between Columbia/Mackie Phone: (604) 873-7000 (Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation) Cyclists can use the east-west Midtown/Ridgeway Bike Route along 37th Ave, or north-south Ontario Street Bike Route Public transit also available FYI: Limited free parking, parking can cost from $2.00 to $6.00.

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