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Steveston Recreation

As you can see below, there is no excuse for sitting still in Steveston. Go ahead, get off the couch and get moving!

Britannia Heritage Shipyard

The purpose of the Society is to preserve the history of commercial boat building in Steveston. The activities of the Society include: collecting artifacts, photographs & documents; raising funds for the restoration, repair and preservation of heritage vessels and associated elements of Steveston's history. The Society is also directly involved in education, research and promoting general understanding and enjoyment of Canada's West Coast marine history in an open and park-like setting.

Address:
5180 Westwater Drive, Richmond
Phone:
604.304.3492
Website:
britannia-hss.ca

West Dyke Trail

The popular West Dyke Trail provides excellent view of the Sturgeon Banks marshes, distant Howe Sound mountains, and the Gulf Islands along a 5.5 km path between Terra Nova and Garry Point Park.

Address:
Richmond City Hall: 6911 No. 3 Road, Richmond
Phone:
604.276.4000
Website:
britannia-hss.ca

Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site

Built in 1894 in the historic fishing village of Steveston, the Gulf of Georgia Cannery was the largest building of its kind and the leading producer of canned salmon in British Columbia. Experience the stories of this place and its people through interactive exhibits, films, and guided tours.

Address:
12138 Fourth Ave, Richmond
Phone:
604.718.8050
Website:
gulfofgeorgiacannery.com

London Heritage Farm

London Heritage Farm is a 4.06 acre historical site that overlooks the south arm of the Fraser River. The site offers a 1880's farmhouse in a park-like setting with lovely heritage and herb gardens, the restored Spragg family barn, old farming equipment, a small hand tool museum, chickens, bees, allotments and large lawns as well as picnic tables and public washrooms.

Address:
6511 Dyke Rd, Richmond
Phone:
604.271.5220
Website:
londonheritagefarm.ca

Steveston Farmer's Market

The 2010 Steveston Farmers and Artisans Market will open Sunday, May 23 and operate bi-weekly until October 10. The Market will be open from 10am to 4pm rain or shine.

Address:
Corner of Third Avenue & Moncton Street in Steveston.
Phone:
604.729.7326
Website:
sfam.ca

Steveston Community Society

The Steveston Community Society is an association of volunteers dedicated to maintaining a positive, pioneer “Spirit of Steveston”, by providing cultural, social & recreational opportunities for all members of the community.

Address:
4111 Moncton Street, Richmond
Phone:
604.718.8080
Website:
stevestoncommunitysociety.com

Steveston Museum and Post Office

In the heart of Steveston Village at 3811 Moncton St. and surrounded by board sidewalks reminiscent of the planked roads and sidewalks that existed here at the turn of the century, this heritage building is a fine example of early prefabrication.

Address:
3811 Moncton Street, Richmond
Phone:
604.271.6868
Website:
stevestoncommunitysociety.com

Rotary Club of Steveston

Rotary is an organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide, who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world. Visit their site to better understand what Rotary is and what they do to enable betterment of life in our Community and Internationally.

Address:
12111 Third Ave, Richmond
Phone:
604.277.8882
Website:
stevestonrotary.org

Vancouver Wooden Boat Society

The Vancouver Wooden Boat Society is here to serve the interest of boating; to stimulate a greater interest in wooden boats; to develop a fraternal spirit among other boating enthusiasts; to provide a medium for the exchange of wooden boat information and to do all other things which will tend to further interest in boating generally.

Address:
5180 Westwater Drive, Richmond
Phone:
604.519.7400
Website:
vcn.bc.ca/vwbs

Steveston Folk Guild

Late in 1999 Dave McArthur, a Steveston resident, Richmond realtor and musician, had an idea for starting up a Folk Club. First priority - finding a unique, informal setting, suitable for acoustic performers. Not too big, not too formal, and with reasonable acoustics. When he visited the Britannia Heritage Shipyard, he knew he'd found the perfect spot.

Address:
3500 Richmond Street, Richmond
Phone:
604.272.9294
Website:
stevestonfolk.org

Kaymaran Adventure Tours

Kaymaran Adventure Tours offers kayaking and a variety of other eco tourism activities in the beautiful marshes and estuaries of the lower Fraser River. We are located a short drive from Vancouver BC in beautiful Ladner BC.

Address:
Ladner, BC
Phone:
604.946.7507
Website:
kaymarantours.com

Steveston Water Taxi

Ray Martyniuk, founder of Steveston Water Taxi, has operated his business out of Steveston for 10 years. Born in the village, Ray has extensive local knowledge of the Fraser River, as well as the Gulf Islands, Vancouver Harbour, Howe Sound and the Sunshine Coast. Steveston Water Taxi is also a C-TOW response boat, responding to break down and other marine related situations where boaters require assistance.

Address:
Ladner, BC
Phone:
604.720.0841
Website:
stevestonivillage.com/stevestonwatertaxi

Village Bikes

Village Bikes is a full service bike rental, sales and repair business on Moncton Street. Offers single and group rentals for all ages, complete repair service on all brands and stocks high-end bike parts and accessories.

Address:
3891 Moncton St, Richmond
Phone:
604.274.3865

Steveston Seabreeze Adventures

Proudly owned and operated by Rick Thompson, Bob Morimoto and Lloyd Nakade. Captains are extremely friendly, outgoing, dedicated and very knowledgeable. Located just 20 minutes south of Vancouver International Airport.

Address:
12551 Number One Road, Richmond
Phone:
604.272.7200
Website:
seabreezeadventures.ca

Vancouver Whale Watch

Vancouver Whale Watch provides passengers with the adventure of a lifetime through excellent customer service, first class vessels, the highest possible safety standards and added value from an on-the-water education of the west coast eco-system. They emphasize science and conservation while maintaining a fun and professional atmosphere.

Address:
Suite 210 - 12240 Second Avenue, Richmond
Phone:
604.274.9565
Website:
vancouverwhalewatch.com

Garry Point Park

Garry Point Park offers some of the best views of the Fraser River and Gulf Islands. From virtually anywhere in this wide-open park you can experience fantastic summer sunsets, watch commercial fishing and transport vessels on the working Fraser River, and see a variety of wildlife including shore birds and jumping salmon in the River. Stroll the perimeter trail to see Scotch Pond Historic Moorage site, the south end of Sturgeon Banks and sandy beaches with picnic areas to the south side of the park.

Address:
Richmond City Hall: 6911 No. 3 Road, Richmond
Phone:
604.276.4000