If you’re interested in legally day drinking in Vancouver parks you now have 22 options.
The Vancouver Park Board announced they will allow residents to drink in specific designated areas of certain parks between 11am – 9pm. This includes 22 areas out of the city’s 230 parks.
The program kicked off on July 12 and will run until October 11th of this year.
The Vancouver Park Board finally put the program in motion, a month after the initial approval. They took to Twitter to share the announcement.
Enjoy a drink responsibly in 22 parks across the city this summer! The new Alcohol in Parks Pilot, allowing public consumption of alcohol in select Vancouver parks, launches July 12. For locations and full details visit: https://t.co/MCSMfq4pzJ pic.twitter.com/jpf3wwS1Xg
— Vancouver Park Board (@ParkBoard) July 7, 2021
22 Vancouver Parks Where Drinking Will Be Allowed
Here’s the full list of where the 22 locations will be, and their mapped out area.
Here is a list of just the park names
- Collingwood Park
- David Lam Park
- Fraser River Park
- Granville Park
- Harbour Green Park
- John Hendry (Trout Lake) Park
- Kitsilano Beach Park / Hadden Park
- Langara Park
- Locarno Beach Park
- Maple Grove Park
- Memorial South Park
- Memorial West Park
- New Brighton Park
- Pandora Park
- Queen Elizabeth Park
- Quilchena Park
- Riverfront Park
- Robson Park
- Rupert Park
- Stanley Park
- Vanier Park
- Volunteer Park
If you are not located in Vancouver, here is the list of other Metro Vancouver cities that have legalized alcohol consumption in parks,
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