Garry Point Park is a 75-acre waterfront park in Richmond, British Columbia. The park has spectacular views of the South Arm of the Fraser River and Gulf Islands. It is 10-minute walk from Steveston Village.
Garry Point has beach and waterfront access, a Japanese style memorial garden, expansive open areas for picnicking and kite flying, and a heritage moorage facility with buildings and docks at Scotch Pond. Two concession stands operate seasonally at the main entrance of the park.
Steveston Village maintains the character of a quaint, historic fishing village, with more than 600 fishing boats. This popular tourist destination maintains a laid-back village atmosphere, and is home to two National Historic Sites of Canada: the Gulf of Georgia Cannery and Britannia Heritage Shipyard Park.