Things We Love to Do in the Delta Area
We don’t just work here, we live and play here, too. These are some of our favourite spots you won’t want to miss while you’re in town. We’ve highlighted a few well-known attractions as well as a couple of local gems you may not have heard about, but we think are well worth a visit. Need more hints about where to go and what to do? Just ask! We’d love to give you the inside scoop.
Capture a thrilling look at some of nature’s most magnificent creatures. Lighthouse Marine Park in Point Roberts, WA, provides a great vantage point.
Centennial Beach & Boundary Bay Park
Boundary Bay is internationally recognized as an Important Bird Area on the Pacific Flyway. It’s a beautiful place for a swim or just to take it easy on the beach. There are even tennis courts and softball fields.
Make a splash at Greater Vancouver’s only waterslide park. Its seven acres of fun with waterslides, pools, BBQ, picnic areas, and more!
Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary
Located on Westham Island, this bird sanctuary covers nearly 300 hectares (850 acres) of managed wetlands, natural marshes, and low dykes in the heart of the Fraser River Estuary. It’s a refuge to millions of birds as they make their annual migration.
Village of Ladner
One of Reader’s Digest’s six must-visit Canadian cities—just 20 minutes away. A village market, bird sanctuary, and charming little museum are just a few of the attractions that make Ladner a quaint and splendid place to visit.
Lighthouse Marine Park
Lighthouse Marine Park has become known as one of the best places to view Orca whales from land. In summer months, members of the three local pods frequently pass close by these shores, offering a thrilling glimpse of the lives of these endangered animals.
Fred Gingell Park
This pristine, well-groomed park is a wonderful place to catch the sunset. Stand on the lookout and view the Gulf Islands and surrounding area or take the stairway down to Tsawwassen Beach.