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Picnic Areas in Stanley Park

There are many places to picnic in Stanley Park.  There are some areas with shelters and cooking facilities that can be reserved.  We will describe some of the most popular locations to picnic in Stanley Park.

Note: If you have a group of more than 50 people you will need a permit from the city.

Second Beach Picnic Area

Second Beach Picnic Shelter
Second Beach Picnic Shelter

The Second Beach Picnic Area is a reservable picnic shelter with cooking facilities next to Ceperley Park.

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Prospect Point Picnic Area

Prospect Point Picnic Area
Prospect Point Picnic Area

The Prospect Point Picnic area is a large field, with a baseball diamond and facilities, that can be reserved for picnics.

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Lumbermens' Arch Picnic Area

Lumbermens' Arch Picnic Area
Lumbermens' Arch Picnic Area

The Lumbermens' Arch Picnic Area is a large field that can be used for family picnics.  There are some picnic tables.  This area isn't reservable so if there is a large event in the field, you may be out of luck. for picnics.

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Brockton Point Picnic Area

Brockton Point Picnic Area
Brockton Point Picnic Area

Many people picnic at Brockton Point.  The most common area is on the Brockton Playing Fields closer to the Totem Poles where there are no sports happening.

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Miniature Train Picnic Area

Miniature Train Picnic Area Shelters
Miniature Train Picnic Area Shelters

There are 2 picnic shelters and cooking facilities that are reservable next to the Miniature Train area and children's playground.

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Hollow Tree Picnic Area

Hollow Tree Picnic Area
Hollow Tree Picnic Area

Next to the Hollow Tree is a field with lots of large trees that can be used for picnics.  This would be the spot to picnic if you want a quiet picnic.  The downside to this area is that it isn't very accessible, you will probably need to drive in, there isn't much parking, and there are no cooking facilities.

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