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Confederation Park, Burnaby

A Park For All Reasons

Families often come to Confederation Park for the entire day. Come picnic among the trees before taking a ride on the Model Steam Railway that operates on the weekends during the summer. Located in north Burnaby, just north of Hastings and Willingdon the park is playground to the Heights and is host to many community events and picnics. On a hot summer day, everyone can cool off in the spray pool or go swimming at the Eileen Dailly Leisure Pool and Fitness Centre.

With its breathtaking mountain views Confederation Park is one of Burnaby’s favourite parks. This well used park is perfect for family and friends to enjoy sporting activities, picnics both large and small and adjacent community facilities. The park has expansive lawns, many shade trees and designated picnic areas. This park appeals to both young and old and is a perfect place to spend your leisure time.

Enjoy exercising on the rubberized walking track, or enjoy the walking the wide open spaces between amenities. With skate parks, dog off leash and child's play area, there's something for everyone!

Confederation Park is home to Soccer leagues, volleyball tournaments and softball games there is usually a sports activity to join in or watch.

Confederation Park is one of Burnaby’s largest parks and is definitely worth exploring with the family. From the picnic area to the playground and miniature train, there’s plenty to do on any afternoon.

Parking is available off Willingdon Avenue, as well as at the foot of Alpha Avenue, foot of Beta Avenue and off Penzance Drive.

This park is perfect for family picnic as well as large group gatherings. To book one of the two picnic shelters call 604-294-7222

Park Amenities:



Track and Field


Roller Hockey

Lacrosse Box


Volleyball Tournaments

Bocce Ball

Lawn Bowling

Horseshoe Pitch

Skate Board Park

Spray Pool Water Park

Kiddie Playground

Open Picnic Tables

Covered Picnic Areas for Groups

Dog Walks (Off Leash and Enclosed)

1.3 km network of Hiking Trails

Community Activities:

Local Community Gatherings

Remembrance Day Ceremonies

Adjacent facilities include:

Eileen Daily Pool and Fitness Centre

Confederation Seniors Centre

Summit Youth Centre

400 Meter Rubberized Track

North Burnaby Cenotaph

Burnaby Central Miniature Railway

McGill Library

Burnaby City Archives

Did you know:

This park was originally known as Queen's park and is now called Confederation Park in honour of Canada's confederation in 1867