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  • Bear Creek Park Train
    Meet Eddy the Engine. Eddy was an English mining train before settling down at Bear Creek Park Train in the spring of 1996. He's adapted to his new environs well, cheerfully hauling passengers through a seasonally decorated tunnel and into the cottonwood forests of Bear Creek Park. Eddy chugs past Bear Creek Floral Garden and across King Creek Bridge before pulling back into the station, where passengers can toot his whistle before heading off for an ice cream or a game of mini golf. Speaking of mini golf, the park's 18-hole course offers an entirely different way to commune with Mother Nature. Each hole incorporates the surrounding landscape in a subtle yet unmistakable way. The putting greens blend into towering cedar, hemlock, spruce, fir trees, and gurgling water.
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    13750 88 Ave
    Surrey, BC CA
  • Grand Villa Casinos
    Located in Burnaby, Grand Villa Casinos is one amusement park that offers boundless fun for the whole family. With food just the way you like it, this park elevates your restaurant experience just on the level of taste. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    4331 Dominion Street
    Burnaby, BC CA
  • Birch Bay Waterslides
    Feel the heart-racing adrenaline of roller coasters and endless family fun this weekend with a trip to Birch Bay Waterslides in Blaine. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    4874 Birch Bay Lynden Rd
    Blaine, WA US
  • Richmond Go Karts
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_CA title: Richmond Go Karts facet_type_id: 036eb500-5f42-1032-aee7-da9ccfc92bec html_text: At Richmond Go Karts, one- and two-seater go-karts burn rubber as they race around a curvy, tire-lined course. The half-mile track, which can accommodate up to 25 karts at a time, features straightaways and a heart-stopping hairpin turn. Between races, riders can visit The Pit Stop, an arcade filled with coin-operated games, or refuel at the snack bar's covered picnic area. During the warmer months, engines start revving at noon and don't stop until the sun goes down.
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    6631 Sidaway Rd
    Richmond, BC CA
  • Planet Laser
    Don't leave the kids in front of the TV this weekend. With plenty of rides, games, and attractions, Planet Laser in Richmond is sure to be a blast for the whole family! Every great place has a restaurant on the side. When you come to this park, it's no different. Grab the kids when you head to this park — its family-oriented atmosphere perfect for the whole clan. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    7391 Elmbridge Way
    Richmond, BC CA
  • Dr Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden
    China is famous for its breathtaking and meticulously landscaped gardens, the most famous of which were designed hundreds of years ago, during the Ming Dynasty. The ancient tradition is alive and well at Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, where guests will find the same signature symmetrical arrangements and winding paths popular on the other side of the world. Yet the garden isn't simply a recreation of the real thing—it was built by actual Chinese artisans from Suzhou, who constructed each walkway and hall in the traditional manner, using intricate joinery that does not require nails, screws, or glue. And, just like the gardens of a thousand years ago, the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen garden boasts a design that aims to strike a balance between four elements: rock, water, plants, and architecture. The rock: The garden's rock formations range from a man-made mountain at the center of the garden to a scattering of water-worn limestone boulders. The common denominator? They're all imported from the Suzhou's Lake Tai, down to the pebble. The water: Jade green, due to the clay that lines the bottom of the garden's pond. The hue is an intentional artistic choice, meant to enhance the pond's reflections. The plants: A blend of local plants and native Chinese ones, the garden's collection of flora ranges from cypress to miniature rhododendrons. Clusters of three winter plants—pine, bamboo, and winter-flowering plum—stud the terrain, symbolizing strength and rebirth. The architecture: Visitors can step into assorted pavilions, including The Han Bi Xie (Jade Water Pavilion), which appears to float on the surface of the pond. The water flowing underneath it also keeps it refreshingly cool in the summer.
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    578 Carrall St
    Vancouver, BC CA

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