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Barnet Marine Park

East Parking Lots Closing for Construction

The east parking lots and beach access road located near Barnet Highway and Takeda Drive will be completely closed for construction from October 2019 to early May 2020. Learn more »

Barnet Marine Park

Whether you visit Barnet Marine Park for an early morning walk, an afternoon picnic with the family or to watch the sunset, you’ll be rewarded by spectacular views of Burrard Inlet alongside remnants of Barnet’s rich pioneering history. No matter where you are in the park, the sounds and smells of Burrard Inlet are a welcome escape from your daily routine.

Park Hours

Dawn to Dusk. Please note: Barnet closing times change throughout the year and are posted on all entrance gates of the park.


  • Swimming Beach
  • Washrooms
  • Park Café

    (Closed for the season)

wheelchair Accessibility Information 


  • four designated parking stalls south of the concession building 
  • additional surface parking available to the east and west of park entrance (please note that the east parking lots will be closed for construction from October 2019-May 2020)
  • please note: pedestrian overpass from upper parking lot is connected by a ramp that is steep for some users 

Entry/Interior Access:

  • trails are either paved or crushed limestone with benches available


  • accessible washrooms and change-rooms located in concession building (open year-round)

More Information

Recommended Walk

Recommened Walks

Take a 1.3 km easy walk along the shoreline.

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Barnet Marine

Detailed Map

A sandy beach, picnic sites and dog off leash area. Map doesn't show the view, you'll have to check out yourself.

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Getting Here

Getting Here

Travel east on Hastings Street. Keep left on Barnet Highway, following signs for the park.

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Parks & Trails Guide
Dogs Off-Leash
Reserve Your Picnic