- The list below includes 33 free or cheap things to do in or near Delta, British Columbia, including 58 different types of inexpensive activities like Forests, Beaches, Lookouts and Sports Facilities/Fields.
- From Centennial Beach to Boundary Bay Regional Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Delta and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Burnaby, Blaine, Coquitlam and Bowen Island.
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91% 128 votes
12th Ave and Boundary Bay Rd, Tsawwassen, Delta, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Tsawwassen?s Centennial Beach is particularly appealing to families seeking to spend some time swimming and enjoying the sand. Moreover, it also offers picnic sites and a playground for the little ones.
95% 21 votes
Boundary Bay Road, Delta, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Aside from being a bird-watching site within Delta, Boundary Bay Regional Park has hiking, horse riding and biking trails. It also has picnic shelters and fire pits for those wishing to barbeque on the beach.
80% 5 votes
Boundary Bay Airport, Delta, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Operating from Boundary Bay Airport, Vancouver Helicopter Tours - BC Helicopters offers its clients aerial tours of the city as well as excursions to the hot springs. Furthermore, the choppers are available for charter to various destinations.
91% 23 votes
Kittson Parkway, Delta, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Located within the city, Watershed Park avails its trails to dog-walkers, runners, hikers and bikers alike. Furthermore, there is some room for guests to throw Frisbees or kick a ball around.
36% 11 votes
7150 Tilbury Road, Delta, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Fly Zone Body Flight offers one-on-one instructions for tunnel flying. The facility offers flight packages for all ages that include a demo session, safety gear and a flight certificate at the end.
The Ape Caves have two hiking levels. The lower level is easy to moderate; the upper level is for advanced hikers. These are dormant lava tubes from Mt. St. Helen's and contain many natural formations from the last eruption. In the summer there are guided tours of the lower level.
91% 109 votes
Corner of Kingsway and Boundary Road |, Burnaby, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Originally opened by Prince Charles and Diane, Princess of Wales in 1896, the Central Park of Burnaby offers visitors access to playing fields, tennis courts, and an outdoor swimming pool. Families visiting the location can take advantage of its picnic tables.
95% 268 votes
6501 Deer Lake Avenue, Burnaby, British Columbia MoreLess Info
The Burnaby Village Museum contains 50,000 different artifacts for visitors to view, including sewing needles, cars, and buildings. The location also offers day camps for children between the ages of six and ten.
93% 30 votes
6450 Deer Lake Ave. | Deer Lake Park, Burnaby, British Columbia MoreLess Info
The Shadbolt Centre for the Arts offers dance and musical performances by local amateurs and professionals. Visitors can also enroll in a variety of education programs for areas such as media arts, literary arts, and music.
95% 76 votes
6450 Deer Lake Avenue, Burnaby, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Featuring trails that take visitors near the Burnaby Art Gallery and the Shadbolt Centre for the Arts, Deer Lake Park provides visitors with access to the city's more urban locations. The location also hosts concerts during the summer.