Burnaby Lake Regional Nature Park features a glacier formed lake abundant with many species of wildlife. This large wilderness area is located right in the centre of Burnaby. Burnaby Lake Park is best suited for those who enjoy nature and walking along paths lined with trees and grasses. There are several areas from which you can view the lake.
You can enjoy the better part of a day exploring the 11 kilometers of walking trails surrounding the lake while looking out for the many species of wildlife that make this area home. Some of the commonly seen critters include osprey, belted kingfishers, blue herons, bald eagles, ducks, beavers and even turtles. You may see a garter snake or two slither across the walking path into the tall grass. The park also features a wildlife viewing tower, a nature house, picnic areas, playgrounds and washrooms.
Facts For Your Visit
Official Website: Burnaby Lake ParkFee: No
Many tourist attractions are temporarily closed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Please verify any opening hours below with the attraction before visiting.
Burnaby, BC V5B 4Z6
Jeanette T. Aug-10-2014
Probably one of the most forgotten parks in the Tri-City area. Absolutely enjoyed the walk around the lake. This is a great place to go for a walk, a run... Read More
Jasmine A. Jun-14-2020
After nearly ten months of very little exercise due to school and the COVID-19 lockdown, I'm trying to get back in shape before another eight hellish months... Read More
Kimberlie L. Dec-30-2015
Small but nice park/lake to go for a morning walk or jog around. Very dog friendly as well. There is a nice level of tree coverage where you won't be cold... Read More
Accommodations near Burnaby Lake Park:
|Skytrain and Bus Line||Nearest Station||Walking Time|
|Expo Line||Metrotown Station||2 Minutes|
|Millennium Line||Sperling Station||2 Minutes|
How to get to Burnaby Lake Park by Skytrain and Bus
From Metrotown Station take either the #144 SFU or #110 Lougheed Station bus and get off at Sprott Street and Kensington Avenue.
From Sperling Station take the #144 Metrotown or the #110 Metrotown bus to the same stop (opposite side of road). Cross over Kensington Ave and walk west along Sprott Street into the west entrance to the park. Follow the paths through the sports fields to the start of the trail network. Note if boarding at Sperling Station be sure to take the 144 or 110 Metrotown, not the 144 SFU or 110 Lougheed Station - both directions pick up in the same respective bays. Alternatively, you can also walk to Burnaby Lake from Sperling Station along a new trail. Just cross over the pedestrian overpass immediately south of Sperling Station bus loop and continue along the trail for about 800 meters into the park.
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