Neighbourhood Profile: Northlands

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Neighbourhood Profile: Northlands

Northlands is located on the North of Mount Seymour Parkway, just East of Deep Cove. It is an expansive area comprised mostly of Mount Seymour Provincial Park and the Mount Seymour ski hill. In 2003, the district of North Vancouver opened up a large street for development named Anne MacDonald Way. Large 3 level executive homes now occupy this exclusive area which is conveniently located at the entrance of Northlands Golf Course. Other homes in the area include large apartments favoured by seniors and some townhouse complexes. Northlands residents enjoy many amenities within walking distance of their home. There is a library, community centre and shopping centre. Quick access to the 2nd narrows bridge makes this neighbourhood attractive to buyers working downtown and in Burnaby.
Map of Northlands in North Vancouver

Library in Northlands:

  • Park Gate LibraryLocation: 3675 Banff Court, Deep Cove, North Vancouver Telephone: 604.929.3727 Hours: Monday – Friday 10am -9pm Saturday – 10am – 5pm, Sundays 12 noon to 5pm Closed statutory holidays and adjacent Sundays After Hours Info Telecirc – 604.981.3190

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Recreation in Northlands

Mount Seymour Provincial Park Located just 30 minutes from downtown Vancouver, Mount Seymour Provincial Park has been enjoyed by generations of Lower Mainland residents. The park offers viewpoints overlooking the city of Vancouver and east over Indian Arm Provincial Park. There are opportunities for bird and wildlife viewing and four areas for day-use picnicking are available. There are several lakes in the park. Elsay Lake is the largest. Its waters and those of De Pencier, Gopher and Goldie drain eastward to Indian Arm. Some of the smaller lakes and ponds feed their waters west to the Seymour River. Mount Seymour Provincial Park boasts an extensive trail network; many of the trails lead to vantage points, notable park features, and spectacular lookouts. For more information click here.

Mount Seymour is a mountain located in Mount Seymour Provincial Park in the District of North Vancouver. It is a part of the North Shore Mountains, rising to the north from the shores of Burrard Inlet and Indian Arm to a summit of 1,449 m (4,754 ft) above the Indian River and Deep Cove neighbourhoods. Mount Seymour is most commonly identified for its ski area of the same name, and as a popular hiking and mountain biking area. It is named in honour of Frederick Seymour, second governor of the Colony of British Columbia. The Mount Seymour ski area has four lifts, the Mystery Peak, Brockton, and Lodge double chairlifts, and the Goldie Lake Ropetow. A fourth double chairlift, the Ridge Chair was destroyed in a windstorm in 1998, and is currently still standing, though gradually rotting away. Another beginner lift, the Enquist Ropetow was removed in the early 1990s. The area offers 330 m (1,083 ft) of vertical drop and about 1,000 cm (394 in) of annual snowfall. Skiing and snowboarding are available on 39 marked trails and many unmarked routes. The longest trail is 1.6 km (1 mi) long and 18 of the trails have night lighting. Five additional terrain parks exist for freestyle activities. Terrain has also been developed for snowtubing and tobogganing. Guided and unguided snowshoeing takes place on a separate 10 km (6 mi) network of maintained trails. Backcountry access for snowshoeing and camping is permitted.

Parkgate Park A big, wide open Park with two ball diamonds, a soccer field, a kids play area and a trail for cyclists, walkers and runners. Parkgate Park is a big, wide open park with two ball diamonds, a soccer field, a kids play area and a trail for cyclists, walkers and runners. This park has something for everyone.

  • Location: North end of Parkgate Avenue
  • Size: This park is 5.7 hectares.
  • Community park, fieldhouse, playground, walking and hiking, washrooms, parking.
  • Seniors’ Wellness Park: 18 reinforced machines for cardio, strength, flexibility and rehabilitation, and soft mat area
  • Taylor creek forest trail, parking, playground, seating area, natural area, creek.
  • Dogs permitted on leash.

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Restaurants in Northlands

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Community and Recreation in Northlands

  • Park Gate Community Recreation Centre Location: 3625 Banff Court, Deep Cove, North Vancouver, BC Phone: 604.983.6350 Size: 45,000 square feet About: 14,000 sq. ft. Gymnasium, climbing wall, a 2,500 sq. ft. weight room, arts & crafts studio with pottery wheels & a kiln, child & family centre, licenced childcare facility, resource centre for parents, caregivers & children, multi-purpose rooms.


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