- TripBuzz found 40 things to do with kids in or near Enderby, British Columbia, including 40 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Eastsound, Burnaby, Delta and Blaine.
- From Boundary Bay Regional Park to Centennial Beach, the Enderby area offers 59 different types of family activities, including: Hiking Trails, Other Entertainment, Day Camps and Parks.
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.
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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.
Splashdown Park is a waterslide facility located within Tsawwassen whose major attractions are its pool, slides and a hot tub. In addition to these features, the park also has a designated picnic area.
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3388 72nd Street, Ladner, Delta, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Located in Ladner, Kings Links Golf Course by The Sea offers an interesting golfing experience accompanied by an ocean view. The course is also available for corporate events and tournaments.
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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.
Nestled off Drake Harbor, Semiahmoo Park provides a outdoor getaway with scenic views. Guests can visit a maritime museum, tour the restored cannery, or go beach-combing, picnicking or hiking along a 1.5 mile sandspit.
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.