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Getting around Vancouver by bus, boat and train
Capilano River RV Park
July 23, 2018
Looking to explore Vancouver this summer? Luckily for visitors to our beautiful city, Vancouver has a very accessible and convenient public transit system. All you need is bus fare, and you’re set to explore some of the city’s best attractions without the hassle of parking.
If you’re planning to head to Vancouver’s downtown area, catch the 250, 255 or 253 to Vancouver on Park Royal’s south side. These buses will take you over the Lions Gate Bridge, through the Stanley Park Causeway and run along West Georgia Street through the downtown core. Hop off at Denman Street, which is a good starting point to explore
by either foot, bike or even roller-skates! After you can grab lunch or a drink at one of the many eateries along Denman Street and English Bay Beach.
Take the bus further down West Georgia and get off at Granville Street, and you're right in the city centre. This is a great jumping off point if you are planning on doing some shopping as it is within walking distance of some shopping hot-spots Pacific Centre and Robson Street. This stop is also where you get off if you want to catch the Skytrain – the rapid-transit train system which will get you out to the cities of Burnaby, Richmond, Coquitlam, New Westminster and Surrey.
If travelling by boat is more your thing, there is also the option to take the
. This scenic ferry ride over the Burrard Inlet runs from Lonsdale Quay on the North Shore and drops off at Vancouver’s historic Gastown. From here you can explore some sights along the water’s edge including
and the Jack Poole Olympic Plaza, and snaps some photos of the scenic harbour.
The SeaBus leaves every fifteen minutes from either side starting at 6:00 AM on weekdays and 7:00 AM on Saturdays and 8:00 AM on Sundays and holidays. You can get to the SeaBus station by taking the 239 Capilano U bus from Park Royal South.
Right in the centre of many of the transit routes in Metro Vancouver is the Capilano River RV Park and Campsite, which is just a ten-minute walk away from the Park Royal bus station. With its
, the Capilano River RV Park is a great place to stay if you are looking for that perfect balance of activity and relaxation on your trip to Vancouver.
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