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hi guys

me and my friends want to do bbq and do a little self pinic

any places to recommend ?

we want to go as far as 100 km e.g. chilliwack but nearer is better

we are on east vancouver

thanks

wenas
 

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What sort of scenery are you wanting and what type of fishing? Also are you looking for secluded or don't mind others around?
 

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If closer is better and no fishing is not a big deal, I would say head to lighthouse park in west van. Just a great place to be. Short hike to some nice ocean views bring a picnic basket and a nice blanket to sit on and you are good to go.
 

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thanks for the answer guys

Yes I do not want to fish and its nice to have a view e.g. lake or beach , just want a nice scenery because weekend if i go to golden ears there might be tons of people

just want to get a peace place and not really crowded and get a picnic table
 

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i cant think of one place that would,nt be busy on a nice weekend that offers up both great scenery and picnic tables within 1 hour of Vancouver. sorry but i think you will need to sacrifice something to accomadate your needs.
 

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This time of year I like going to places where I can feed the coho fry: Williams park in Langley and Semiahmoo Fish and Game Club in South Surrey. In Williams Park I feed them caddis fly larvae that you can harvest from under rocks in the shallow riffles. At Semiahmoo there is a nice nature walk through the back 40. At the bridge, scour the area for spiders and other bugs and toss them off the bridge. Or...bring you own bugs with you!
 
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