A walk along the river...
Burnaby Travel Blog› entry 8 of 8 › view all entries
May 28th, 2008 – by: hummingbird50
They call this park Burnaby's best and most scenic point of entry to the Historic Fraser River, which flows 1,400 KM from it's source high in the Rocky Mountains out to the Pacific Ocean.
The shoreline trail is great for jogging, walking, or a leisurely stroll. You can take a bench and relax and dream about far away places, or soak up the sun. There are three trails that take you inland, surrounded by wet brush lands, meadows, and tidal slough.
This park attracts fishers angling for Coho Salmon. Children play in the Priates of the Fraser River while exploring the pirate ship (huh I missed that).
You can pack a lunch, be lazy, fish, chat. There are picnic grounds songbirds, and resident squirrels.
It's a neat place for everyone...
Take one more walk with me, before I head for home.........
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