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Robert Burnaby Park

Robert Burnaby Park

Robert Burnaby Park, located off the Trans-Canada Highway, is a popular destination for scenic hikes. The park, which includes trails, is open year-round from dawn till dusk.

The Robert Burnaby BC, Park is famous for its mythical creatures:

Sculptures of mythological animals turn their heads around with a persistent evil stare and a loathsome mouth somewhere around the roots. Apparently, no true ancient animals are living in the woods. Nickie Lewis, a local artist, created the sculptures by hand. Nickie began producing these sculptures after COVID-19 finally put an end to the events that would typically exhibit her work.

The artist used materials from the forest floors. Emerald, a mother dragon that has her babies nested beneath her, is the most magnificent of them all. The arts and natural beauty springing up from the ground provoke a sense of curiosity and a photo-op.

Mystical Creatures you might find:

  1. Mr. Troll, the gentle giant
  2. Lillith the sleeping fairy
  3. The Guardian
  4. Echo the non-binary unicorn
  5. Emerald the dragon and her babies
  6. A mermaid
  7. Chewie
  8. A pair of Ewoks


The park has four parking lots as well as some street parking around the perimeter.

Wheelchair-accessible parking and restrooms are available at Robert Burnaby Park. If you have trouble walking on slopes or uneven ground, the paths and access to the playground and picnic spots may be difficult for you.

The moss-filled Robert Burnaby Park, in addition to the quiet trails, attracts local families and outdoor enthusiasts every weekend. The calming sound of the steep ravine flow beneath the tall conifer canopy urges you to reach a meditating zone.

The Play area:

It has an extensive trail system, tennis courts, and a swimming pool in the cleared upper slope area.

The park’s north end contains a Disc Golf Course, one of only a handful in Metro Vancouver. It is a favorite picnic spot for many residents of Burnaby and New Westminster.

In the northern part of the park, there is an off-leash zone. During the Great Depression, the park was created as a civil works project.

Casual picnic and children’s playground area

Close to the tennis courts is this open area in the park’s southeast corner. A wide playground for children is available. On a first-come, first-served basis, picnic tables are provided.


Your dog will love exploring this long off-leash area, which extends from the BC Hydro right of way to a large open space in the park’s north-central area. Your leashed dog is welcome throughout the park’s area. Some of the areas (On or off-leash) where you are not permitted are:
  • environmentally sensitive areas like watercourses,
  • in the children’s playground and picnic area
  • where signs/ boards of ‘dogs not permitted’ are posted.


  • Bus stop: WB 16 Ave FS Newcombe St
  • Park Address: 8155 Wedgewood St, Burnaby, B.C. V3N 3S5, Canada
  • Robert Burnaby Park Contact Number: +1-6042947450
  • Robert Burnaby Park Timing: 08:00 am – 11:00 pm

Robert Burnaby Park

8155 Wedgewood St, Burnaby, BC V3N 3S5
Head north toward Hill Ave
130 m
Turn right onto Hill Ave
240 m
Turn right onto Wedgewood St
150 m
Turn left onto 1st St
230 m
Turn right at the 2nd cross street onto 18th Ave
750 m
Turn right onto 6th St
140 m
Turn left onto Edmonds St
Destination will be on the right
220 m

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