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Barnet Marine Park

Due to extremely dry conditions and the high fire risk, the following bans are now in effect until further notice: 

No Barbecues at Burnaby Parks and Beaches 

The use of barbecues (charcoal/briquette/wood) at City of Burnaby parks and beaches is now prohibited. Propane barbecues are permitted. 

No Smoking in Burnaby Parks, Trails and Green Spaces 

The City of Burnaby advises all park users that there is no smoking permitted in Burnaby parks, trails and green spaces. "No Smoking" signs are posted throughout the City. 

Be Park Smart!

Enjoy our parks, trails and public spaces responsibly. 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.

What you need to know 

Please be respectful and courteous of other park users and use our parks, trails and public spaces responsibly: 

  • All vehicles must park on the south side of the rail line. Park in designated areas, not areas where parking is not permitted. Do not park on the rail line.
  • The pedestrian overpass from the upper parking lot is currently one-way from the parking lot to the park. To return to the parking lot please exit via the west side or east side of the park to go around the overpass. 
  • Canoes, kayaks and paddleboards are allowed with access to launch from the boat launch and beach area.
  • Take up only the space you need in the park. You may arrive early and have lots of space to set up but please be courteous and leave room for others. 
  • Picnic tables are first-come, first served. Please note that when gathering outdoors you still need to maintain a physical distance of 2 meters apart from one another when standing or sitting, unless you are from the same household. Group picnic areas are currently not available to book.
  • Propane barbeques are allowed. Charcoal and open-flame barbeques are also allowed as this park. Use on-site ash pits for the safe disposal of hot ashes.
  • No littering. If garbage cans are full, please take your garbage with you.
  • Keep your dog leashed unless you are in a designated off-leash area. Please immediately pick up and properly dispose of your dog’s waste.   

Features

  • Swimming Beach
  • Washrooms
  • Park Café

    (Closed for the season)

wheelchair Accessibility Information 

Parking:

  • As part of a pilot program, a limited number of accessible parking stalls located near the beach are available by reservation Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm, May 17 to September 30, excluding statutory holidays.
    • To reserve an accessible stall, visitors must first register with the City of Burnaby by emailing parksallotments@burnaby.ca or by calling 604-294-7222. Once approved, visitors can reserve a stall online or through any Burnaby Recreation Centre.
    • Burnaby residents have priority registration for these accessible stalls.
  • Six additional accessible parking stalls are located east of the park entrance, closest to the beach (no reservation required)
  • Additional surface parking available to the east and west of park entrance

Entry/Interior Access:

  • Trails are either paved or crushed limestone with benches available

Washrooms:

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

More Information

Recommended Walk

Recommended 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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Dogs Off-Leash