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Address: False Creek, Vancouver, BC, Canada

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False Creek is an inlet in Vancouver and separates the downtown from the rest of the city. The creek’s history dates back 10,000 years with human beings settling here during the melting of the Sumas Glacier. The indigenous people from this region interacted with the Europeans no earlier than the late 18th century!

Today, the creek is a bustling center with a range of things to choose from- canoeing, ferry rides and kayaking covering the 10 marinas while a walk along the waterfront is a favorite evening activity. The surrounding buildings are loved for their eclectic design that add to the skyline of Vancouver.

False Creek Ticket Prices

  • For tariff of local ferries, contact a local ferry operator.

False Creek Opening and Closing Hours

  • For timings of local ferries, contact a local operator.

How To reach False Creek by Public Transport

  • By Bus: EB Pacific Blvd FS Homer St
  • By Skytrain: Yaletown-Roundhouse Station
  • By Ferry: David Lam Park Ferry Dock
  • By Taxi
  • By renting a Car/ Bicycle/Scooter.

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  • When you visit Vancouver, British Columbia a walk along side of False Creek is a must. No matter the weather (it rains a lot in the winter months) it will still be a refreshing and beautiful walk. Small water taxis make it a lot of fun to travel back and forth between Granville Island and downtown. There are all kinds of shops and touristy things to enjoy.

  • Try to come with a bike if you dicide to visit here, but in general you get nice views and a small lake breeze, really relaxing place

  • Nice spot for outdoor activited. Great scenery and not too crowded.

  • Fun place for kayaking and paddle boarding. Can be pretty busy in July and August.

  • Great views of Vancouver areas. Lots of building, modern style.

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