Neighborhood parks are found in every corner of New Westminster. Here are some of them:
Albert Crescent Park is one of the oldest parks in New Westminster. You can see lots of mature trees and beautiful landscapes here. Still, most especially, the scenic view of the Pattullo Bridge, Fraser River, and the Surrey will make your day.
Brunette Fraser Trail, located along Columbia and East of Holmes Streets, is a breath of fresh air. It provides a refreshing view of the river, trees, and native plants.
Located at Royal Avenue and Second Street, Clinton Park is a perfect neighborhood park for a spur-of-the-moment walk.
Connaught Heights Park, located at Ninth Avenue and 22nd Street, is a great place to bring the kids for some active play as it has a playground with a picnic table and some sports amenities.
Hyack Square, located at the foot of Eighth and Columbia streets, celebrates Westminster Art and Culture with its public art display and amenities such as a wooden boardwalk and children’s water play area.
Mott Crescent Triangle, located at Cumberland Street and Mott Crescent, is a quiet park with an open grassy field with trees perfect for children to run around.
Quayside Park, located at 1260 Quayside Drive, with a waterfront esplanade, is a place to unwind and have family outings or morning jog. It has benches, picnic tables, trails, viewpoints, and washrooms.
Old Schoolhouse Park, located at Ewan Avenue and Derwent Way, fits all family members’ needs because it has amenities for their unique interests. It has a modern playground, outdoor fitness circuit, sports field, and other convenient part amenities.