Admission by donation: Suggested donation $2

The Lynn Canyon Ecology Centre is located in Lynn Canyon Park at the end of Peters Road in North Vancouver.

LYNN CANYON PARK GATE HOURS

Fall 2020: Starting September 21, OPEN 7 am to 7 pm

ECOLOGY CENTRE HOURS

WEEKDAYS: Starting September 21, Noon to 4 pm

WEEKENDS: Starting September 21, Noon to 4 pm

STAT HOLIDAYS: CLOSED

The Lynn Canyon Ecology Centre is a District of North Vancouver Parks Department facility.

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THE ECOLOGY CENTRE IS OPENING!

We are excited to announce that the Lynn Canyon Ecology Centre is opening for visitors Monday, September 21 onwards for limited hours. The Ecology Centre will open from Noon to 4 pm for pre-booked visits. Please call 604-990-3755 to book your 30 minute visit to the Ecology Centre.

The MAIN PARKING LOT at the end of Peter's Road is also opening on Monday, September 21. All park trails are open.

SUSPENSION BRIDGE REMAINS CLOSED

The Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge will remain closed throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. The Lynn Canyon Cafe is also closed.

SCHOOL PROGRAM REGISTRATION

Begins Wednesday, September 16. 10 am

You must phone 604-990-3755 to make a booking.

Virtual and small-group programs run from September 21 to December 4.

The Ecology Centre offers curriculum linked programs for preschools, elementary schools, secondary schools, and international schools. Due to Covid-19 most school programs will be offered online.

FOREST FRIDAYS - ONCE UPON A TREE

Friday, September 18. 10 am to 11:00 am

Everyone is welcome. This virtual program is best suited for K to 3.

Learn about trees and their roles in the temperate rainforest ecosystem.

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SENSATIONAL SLUGS

Banana slugs are covered in slime, eat poo, and create soil - they're Sensational!

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THE NORTH SHORE IS BEAR COUNTRY

Did you miss our bear safety workshop with Luci Cadman of the North Shore Black Bear Society? Watch it now and learn how to stay safe in North Vancouver Parks.

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