Here are the most popular parks in Delta (Map),
from north to south (see other area parks):
Deas Island Regional Park
This 71 hectare park is on the south bank of the Fraser River, east of Massey Tunnel. The park has a viewing tower, with scenic views and an interpretive display of Fraser River. On the river is bar fishing and a canoe launch. The park has several trails through its sand dunes and coastal marshes. There are several historic buildings in the park, including Burrvilla, a stately house built in 1906; Inverholme, a one-room schoolhouse, built in 1909; and the Delta Agricultural Hall built in 1894. The park also has a great view of cars disappearing into the George Massey Tunnel under the Fraser River.
George C. Reifel Bird Sanctuary
(5191 Robertson Road)
This 850-acre sanctuary on Delta's Westham Island, is 10 kilometres west of Ladner. The Sanctuary is a major resting place for thousands of birds migrating south in fall and north in spring. The Sanctuary has three kilometres of hiking trails and a nature house. Over 1.5 million birds from over 240 species pass through here each year.
Ladner Harbour Park
(5100 Block River Road, Ladner)
This park extends into the Ladner Reach of the South Arm of the Fraser River. It is a favourite meeting spot for families, with its picnic areas and playground. There's even a walkway with a view of Ladner's harbour. For the athletically inclined, there are also trails for walking or running, and a beach on the Fraser River for swimmers.
(Clarence Taylor Crescent, Ladner)
This park is in the middle of everything in Ladner, across from the Delta Hospital, and beside the Municipal Hall. This park also is home to the Ladner Leisure Centre.
(56th Street at 1st Avenue, Boundary Bay)
This park, on the road to Point Roberts (USA) is a favourite meeting spot for families, with its picnic areas and playground. For the athletically inclined, there are also trails for walking or running.
Boundary Bay Regional Park & Centennial Park
(Centennial Parkway, Boundary
Bay) This 39 hectare park features 1.6 km of shoreline on Boundary Bay. You have a view, about 8 kilometres away of White Rock and South Surrey. The excellent sandy beach makes this beach a favourite spot for swimming, and also for crabbing (catching crabs).