Make the most of the amazing weather forecasted this week and squeeze in a few more picnics before we have to say goodbye to summer for this year.
Visitors from around the world come to Burnaby Mountain to check out the breathtaking views the city.
Come in the evening and watch the sunset, pack a picnic, bring your camera and enjoy views of the mountains, the inlet and the city.
Barnet Marine Park
On an afternoon picnic with the family, you’ll be rewarded by spectacular views of Burrard Inlet alongside remnants of Barnet’s rich pioneering history. No matter where you are in the park, the sounds and smells of Burrard Inlet are a welcome escape from your daily routine.
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+ About Tourism Burnaby
Tourism Burnaby is asector-focused destination marketing and resource organization that develops, promotes and assists in the city’s tourism growth through innovative community, regional and partner programs.
Tourism Burnaby is a non-profit destination marketing organization whose purpose is to support tourism promotional activities in order to increase visitation to the city. As part of its mandate, Tourism Burnaby is responsible for marketing, promoting, and selling the city for corporate meetings, pleasure travel, cultural, sports and special events. The organization was incorporated on October 25, 2004 under the Society Act of British Columbia.
Chair Chris Browne, Accents Inn Burnaby
Doug Spindler, Assistant Director – Treasury Services, City of Burnaby
Paul Gallop, General Manager, Element Vancouver Metrotown (Past Chair)
Councillor James Wang – City of Burnaby
Mark McLaughlin, SFU Simon and residences
Larry Hayes, Burnaby Minor Hockey
Lara Graham, Burnaby Board of Trade Representative
Ellen Barbour, GM of Earl’s Restaurants
Nelia Santos, Director of Guest Experience at Shape Properties (The Amazing Brentwood)
Lara Johnson, VP – Marketing & Communications at BCIT
Scott de Savoye, General Manager of Hilton Vancouver Metrotown