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Burnaby Fraser Foreshore Park

Be Park Smart!

Before visiting, please be aware of current provincial health orders and enjoy our parks, trails and public spaces, responsibly:

  • Bring what you need with you such as hand sanitizer and a face mask. Please note masks are required to be worn in park washrooms.
  • Masks are not required outdoors but we encourage wearing one when physical distancing cannot be maintained, including when walking on busy trails.
  • All groups must stay together and keep their physical distance from other visitors. 
  • Stay home if you are feeling sick. 

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In south Burnaby if you're looking for a place for a walk along the water, be sure to check out the Burnaby Fraser Foreshore Park. Take the wheel aboard the riverside pirate ship in the playground and allow your imagination to flow freely with the passing boats on this busy working waterway. Here you can have a picnic along the shoreline, challenge friends and family to your favourite leisure activity on the open grassy area.

What you need to know

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

  • Park in designated areas, not residential areas or areas where parking is not permitted.
  • 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.
  • Please stay to the right when walking or running on trails and pass others on the left.
  • If wearing headphones while on our trails, ensure the volume is at a level that you are able to hear others approaching.
  • 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

  • Playground
  • Washrooms

wheelchair Accessibility Information 

Parking:

  • two designated parking stalls in surface parking area accessed off Fraser Park Drive at the foot of Byrne Road
  • additional parking available on the street

Entry/Interior Access:

  • two paved asphalt trails: the historical 1.5 metre asphalt trail travels east from the Byrne Road parking lot to Tillicum Street, and A more recent four meter wide dual use asphalt trail travels from Tillicum Street west to Glenlyon Parkway, to connect with the Glenlyon urban trail. There is on-street parking at each end of the trail. Seating areas and picnic tables are located along the route
  • accessible play structure located adjacent to east parking area
  • accessible covered picnic tables located in the shaded woodland to the west of Byrne Road
  • several accessible tables are located adjacent to the playground

Washrooms:

  • accessible washrooms located beside playground

Recommended Walk

Recommended Walk

Take this is a 3.9 km easy walk along the banks of the Fraser River.

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Detail Map

Detailed Map

Check out our detailed running and walking map - and get outdoors!

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Getting Here

Getting Here

From Marine Way in south Burnaby, turn south down to the very end of Byrne Road.

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