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Photo Fave: Kitsilano Park playground, Vancouver, BC

by Shelly Rivoli
The playground at Kitsilano Beach in Vancouver.

What I like about this photo (aside from that enthusiastic elf sprinting in the lower corner) is how it captures the best things a Vancouver park has to offer families. Look at those giant trees, the sailboats passing by, the imaginative play structure made from logs, and the wide open space where a toddler can run free–and it’s all just a short walk from the residential Kitsilano neighborhood, with its cute houses and cafes, as well as the False Creek Ferry dock where frequent pedestrian boats can whisk you downtown in a blink or to the celebrated markets of Granville Island (see my video here).

And what can’t you see here? Between the jogging stroller and the sailboat lies the lovely Kitsilano Beach, where we were bound with our own stroller and bucket of beach toys when we happened upon this lovely diversion.

There are reasons why Vancouver is consistently ranked as one of the best cities in the world in which to live, but if you don’t get to do that in this lifetime, I hope you’ll at least get the chance to go visit. If you do, here are some other tips and great places to check out with your family.

Related posts and pages:
Hooray, hooray for Sophie’s Cosmic Cafe – great with toddlers and kids
Moms Around the World: Vancouver, BC – insider tips from a local mom
Vancouver tips: Visiting Vancouver Aquarium with toddlers and little kids
Visiting Granville Island with little kids
Eat in the easy (and gourmet) way on your Vancouver vacation
Review of The Modage townhouse vacation rental, Kitsilano, Vancouver

This post is part of Photo Friday at DeliciousBaby.com. Here’s to my pals who made it to TBEX in Vancouver this weekend–wishing I could be there right now!

Safe journeys,

Shelly Rivoli
Author of Travels with Baby and the new Take-Along Travels with Baby
https://travelswithbaby.com/   Travels with Baby on Facebook

All content of this blog (c) Shelly Rivoli

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