Brockton Point is a point of land on the northeast corner of Stanley Park. It has fantastic views of North Vancouver and Burrard Inlet. There is lighthouse on the point.
named after Francis Brockton, ship engineer on the HMS Plumber which found coal in Coal Harbour in 1859.
Brockton Point is located on the southeast side of Stanley Park. You can get to it via Stanley Park Drive or the Stanley Park seawall. Nearby is the Chehalis Cross Memorial.
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