Cool down this summer at Delta’s waterparks and outdoor pools. Visit Splashdown Water Park for a day of fun on water slides. Both Ladner and North Delta offer outdoor pools, and water spray parks are available at Diefenbaker Park, Annieville Lions Park, and Memorial Park. Centennial Beach at Boundary Bay Park features warm, shallow ocean waters, with a childrens’ playground, baseball diamonds, beach volleyball courts, picnic areas and beach café.
Delta, BC, features an extensive trail and path network ideal for cyclists of all ages, skills and abilities. Ladner’s scenic Millenium Trail connects Deas Island to the historic village of Ladner. From Ladner, follow the Great Blue Heron Way west to Brunswick Point, along the shores of the Salish Sea, past the BC Ferries’ Tsawwassen Terminal and into the community of Tsawwassen. The Boundary Bay Dyke trail follows the tide lines of Boundary Bay from Tsawwassen towards North Delta; take a quick trip along the farm roads and you’ll find yourself in Watershed Park and it’s collection of biking trails.
Delta, BC, is well-known amongst bird enthusiasts as the place to see and be seen. While migratory birds steal the show October-April, a variety of waterfowl and other bird species call Delta home in the summer months. Start your bird tour at Boundary Bay Regional Park, navigating the boardwalks and trails cutting through the marshland and tall grasses. Head over to the George C. Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary and take a tour through acres of protected habitat. Finish up the day at the Delta Nature Reserve at Burns Bog, where interesting birds can also be seen.
Did you know that there’s a local farmers’ market nearly every week in Delta, BC? Visit the Tsawwassen Saturday Market at Earthwise Gardens, and then visit the North Delta Farmers Market on Sundays. The Ladner Village Market runs on alternate Sundays in the summer. Whichever market you end up at, you're sure to find local artisans, farm-fresh produce, entertainment, food trucks, bakers, jewellery, and hand-made gifts. If you can’t make it to a market, try stopping by one of the local farmers’ roadside stands or stores during the summer – Emma Lea Farms, Westham Island Herb Farm, and Backroads Family Farm Market are just a few of the local favourites.