Getting to Queen Elizabeth Park

Queen Elizabeth Park is located at the geographic centre of Vancouver, at the junction of Cambie Street and West 33rd Avenue.

There are entrances on several sides of the park, including Ontario Street and West 33rd Avenue, or along West 37th Avenue between Columbia and Mackie streets.

Whether you want to explore the gardens, catch amazing city views, or play tennis or pitch & putt, the park is easy to access and get around in, whatever mode of transportation you choose.

Queen Elizabeth Park location

Bike

The east-west Midtown and Ridgeway bikeways form one continuous trail across Vancouver, mainly along 37th Avenue.

The north-south Ontario Street bike route passes along the east side of Queen Elizabeth Park.

Bring your bike on transit

Bike racks are provided on all TransLink buses. Bicycles are also allowed on the SkyTrain and SeaBus for no extra cost, and on the West Coast Express for a small fee.

Transit

Queen Elizabeth Park is near the King Edward and Oakridge-41st stations on the Canada Line.

Drive

Access the park either from Cambie Street at West 29th or 33rd avenues, or from Main Street at East 33rd Avenue.

Parking

There is limited free parking along the edges of the park. Pay parking lots are located near the centre of the park by Bloedel Conservatory.

Pay parking rates (2017)

May 1 to September 30

  • $3.50 per hour
  • $13.00 per day

October 1 to April 30

  • $2.50 per hour
  • $7.00 per day

Annual pass

$140.00

Download a printable map of the park

Queen Elizabeth Park printable map (170.55 KB)

Find Queen Elizabeth Park's major attractions on a printable map.

Queen Elizabeth Park printable map