A beautiful, quiet, seaside village neighbourhood
Deep Cove is a seaside village unto itself, far enough removed from the core of North Vancouver that you would be forgiven thinking Deep Dove was its own town. Formally part of the District of North Vancouver, Deep Cove is best known for its quiet village lifestyle surrounded by picturesque natural beauty. In the summer, the village is a tourist hotspot, in particular for its famous Honey Doughnuts & Goodies and the almost-too-popular Quarry Rock hiking trail.
Unlike the rest of Vancouver’s waterfront, the waters of Indian Arm are not populated with large commercial ships at all times of the year, nor is its beach and shoreline taken up by expansive port complexes. Instead, it’s a quiet area where the water can be still, and sometimes visited by pods of whales. Watersports are a popular activity here too. There’s a local rowing club which practices in the waters. Kayakers, paddle boarders and casual sailors love to push off into the water to carve out ripples in the glassy surface.
Likely not a surprise, but in order to best preserve the natural beauty around Deep Cove’s neighbourhoods of single-family homes, swathes of land are designated by the District as parkland. Whether Panorama Park or Cove Cliff Park, there’s plenty of places for families to have picnics, play games or spend a lovely afternoon outside.
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