Boundary Bay Regional Park's century-old beach, snow-capped mountains and blue skies are picturesque-Panergy
Centennial Beach in Boundary Bay Regional Park is a perfect place to relax and play on the beach, watch the snow-capped mountains, play in the playground, have a barbecue, drink coffee, hike, walk your dog, and watch birds.
Centennial Beach, located in Boundary Bay Regional Park in Delta, Vancouver, Canada, is one of the most popular places to go to for relaxation.
Boundary Bay Regional Park, as the name implies, is located on the U.S.-Canada border along the Pacific coast of North America. On land, across the barbed wire fence is Point Roberts (Roberts Point) in the United States, and across the sea is the U.S. state of Washington. When the weather is clear, the sea and the sky are as clear as the sky, and facing the clear and towering snow-capped Mt.
When the weather is clear, the sea and the sky look like the sky.
Pull the children to the sea to enjoy the snowy mountains and sea view
One of the most fun things to do at Centennial Beach is to "ride the waves" and "catch the tide". Since the beach is relatively shallow, when the tide goes out, the water recedes a few hundred feet and people can walk down the exposed beach to play, or wait until the tide rises and follow the slowly rising water all the way back to the shore. Believe me, kids and adults alike will have a great time.