Prospect Point is the highest point with a lookout in Stanley Park. It is on the northwest side of Stanley Park and offers magnificent views of West Vancouver! There is a restaurant, food concession, and gift shop at Prospect Point.
History: A summer house (Observation Point) was built in 1889, signal station is built in 1923 at Prospect Point, 1950s, tea room opens.
Prospect Point is located in the northwest part of Stanley Park. It is only accessible via Stanley Park Drive or by some of the trails. To walk to Prospect Point is difficult because the elevation is so high! The Prospect Point Lookout and Prospect Point Cafe restaurant is at Prospect Point. Also, the SS Beaver Cairn and Windstorm Monument are also there.
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