There is an endless list of things to do in the Lower Mainland. There’s always some new to try, taste, see, and experience.
Here are 7 activities to enjoy when the sun is bright and the days are long!
Columbia StrEAT Food Truck Fest in New Westminster –
Saturday, July 27, 2 – 11 PM
Get ready for Canada’s largest food truck festival this summer!
The event is free to attend and easily accessible by a short walk from the SkyTrain. Join in on the festivities and chow down on a scrumptious assortment of food, including all your classic food truck favorites and newer up & coming food truck hits.
Playland at the PNE!
With over 35 rides and attractions, this is a perfect place to go with your friends on a nice sunny day!
There are tons of delicious food options as well! From mini doughnuts, candy apples, kettle pop corn and MORE! Get your tickets online HERE and save $$$.
Kayak at Deer Lake in Burnaby
Deer Lake is home to some amazing wildlife. Animals such as blue herons, beavers, turtles, Canadian geese, ducks, rainbow trout and eagles can be seen around the lake.
Go outside, stay fit and enjoy the outdoors by renting a kayak or a Canoe and enjoy the beautiful scenery!
Richmond Night Summer Market
Enjoy a vibrant and lively evening activity with good eats and concerts.
Over the summer months, the Richmond Market is one of the most interesting markets to wander through. Home to Vancouver’s largest Chinese community, Richmond tons of interesting food options, and art demonstrations.
Sounds of Summer in Surrey
Surrey’s free Sounds of Summer concert series brings toe tapping tunes to a beautiful park setting. Enjoy Wednesday evening performances from 6:30 pm to 8 pm as well as select Friday afternoon performances from 1 pm to 2:30 pm.
North Delta Outdoor Pool
Take a dip, refresh yourself, get a tan and enjoy the sunny months at the pool!
See facility schedule for most up to date times.
11415 – 84th Avenue
Delta, BC V4C 2L9
The Kaleidoscope Arts Festival in Coquitlam
Enjoy a nice and upbeat day at the Kaleidoscope Arts Festival. Music will fill the site, with DJ Emilita who’ll be getting the festival vibe going. Live concert performances hit the TD Community Plaza stage at Town Centre Park starting at 4:30 p.m with music from Royal Canoe, Terra Lightfoot and Current Swell.
By Karla Medina