Richmond Nature Park
11851 Westminster Hwy, Richmond, BC
We found these features accessible…
- Two marked stalls. Several other stalls in the parking area are also useable
- Paved walkway from the parking area to the Nature House and Kinsmen's Pavilion
- Boardwalk walkways surround the pond, and lead to the park trails behind the Nature House
- The entire park is on a peat bog and the trails are surfaced with bark. In wet weather conditions the trails may be quite soft and soggy and difficult to traverse.
- Public Washrooms
- Male and female accessible washrooms are located in the Nature House
- Male, female and unisex public washrooms are also located in the building adjacent to the Nature House
- Nature House
- An interpretive centre located at the entrance of the Nature Park
- Ramps lead to side door of the Nature House
- Picnic Area
- Covered and open picnic areas have wooden picnic tables
- Meeting Facilities
- Kinsmen Pavilion can accommodate a group of up to 80 persons
- Please call 604-277-7912 for information on booking the facility
The Richmond Nature Park is located on a major transit route only minutes from the center of Richmond. This beautiful Park affords the opportunity to experience the flora, and fauna of our great City close up. Live and static displays are shown in the Nature House, as well as different outdoor tours in different seasons, and also some evenings.
The park is very fragile environment, so dogs and other pets are not permitted, and visitors are requested to remain on the marked trails. No plants, plant parts, or animals may be removed from the park. Please do not attempt to feed the animals, for your own safety and the health and safety of the animals.
Go to the City's Nature Park webpage for complete information.