We ended up there during a dragon boat festival, and they had lots of tents with vendors selling food and alcohol etc., as well as commentators and the race. It was also very scenic and crowded.
About False Creek
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what WAS once an industrial waterway in the centre of Vancouver is now a clean tidy BUSY liquid highway for aquabus, False Creek ferries, and local paddlers travelling from Chinatown and the east side to Granville Island under the Granville and Burrard bridges to Kitsilano....More
A convenient waterway to explore Vancouver and Granville Island. Two small ferry companies run up and down False Creek to the major attractions so may be worth buying a day pass and enjoying strolling around between ferry trips.
On a visit to Granville Island it is worth taking a walk on the waterfront area and admiring the views of the city of Vancouver from False Creek.
Take a day to walk around the creek or one way to Granville Island. There are different thigs to do on the way around. To many to menchen.
the view on the picture is not how it comes accros when on the water, we weren't impressed with the views or the cleanliness of the water. The ferries are a good means to get to Granville Island but not really a sightseeing something
Neat little boats taxi you from many docks all day. Great views of the city. This creek has Granville Island on it and beaches. Neat boat houses and many private boats. Nice way to see the south side of the city.
Whenever I visit Vancouver I try and visit Granville Island and area beaches to refresh my memory of why I am so lucky to live in such a beautiful area. A must if you visit Vancouver to view the scenery From False Creek