The greenways link public park spaces with the waterfront, industrial, commercial and historical points of interest found in and around the historic fishing village.
Points of Interest
Garry Point Park
This 39-acre waterfront park, at the mouth of the Fraser River and close to Steveston Village, boasts spectacular views and beaches. Points of interest in the park are the Japanese Garden, Fisherman's Memorial sculpture and Scotch Pond Historic Moorage site. Parking, picnic tables, washrooms and a food concession stand are available.
Gulf of Georgia Cannery
This national historic site and cannery commemorates the West Coast fishing industry with the use of themed exhibits. Guided and self-guided tours, programs and gift shop are available. Visit the Gulf of Georgia Cannery website for more information.
Steveston Historic Fishing Village
This destination neighbourhood features shops, markets, galleries, restaurants, a public fish sales float, commercial boat tours and the Steveston Museum.
Steveston Park and Community Centre
This popular 30-acre community park includes a large children's playground, picnic tables, outdoor swimming pool, tennis courts, Japanese Cultural Centre and Martial Arts Centre, a recreation centre and library .
Imperial Landing Waterfront Park
This 6.5-acre waterfront park and trails are situated on the historic cannery site BC Packers Ltd. Recently finished during the redevelopment of the BC Packers Lands, this scenic promenade features BC Packers artifacts, interpretation signage, timber boardwalks, viewing tower, piers, public art features and access to cafes, shops and more.
Britannia Shipyards National Heritage Site
This 8+-acre historic waterfront park includes turn-of-the-century cannery residences, boat works, shipyard, boardwalk, marsh view and Murikami Visitor Centre. Self-guided tours, brochures, seasonal exhibits, gift shop, washrooms and parking are available. Visit the Britannia Heritage Shipyard page for more information.
London's Landing / No. 2 Road Fishing Pier
This historic area starts at the South Dyke Trail with views of Steveston Island (aka Shady Island) and the historic Cannery Channel. A fishing float, picnic tables, washrooms, interpretation signage and parking are available.