Deep Cove Kayak Address:

2156 Banbury Road
Deep Cove, North Vancouver
V7G 2T1

Phone Number: 604.929.2268

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There is very limited on-street parking in the Deep Cove, and what few spaces there are are in very high demand. There are several parking lots in the Deep Cove, but during the summer, they tend to fill up early in the day, and remain full all day.

For your enjoyment, we recommend using an alternate form of transportation to come to Deep Cove, such as public transit or bicycle, or considering carpooling with friends or family. 

If you are driving in, please make sure to arrive at least 45 minutes early for your reservation to find parking, fill out our waiver forms, make payment and receive a safety talk before your reservation time starts.

Here are your off-street parking options:

  • Three-hour parking — The large parking lot on the east side of Panorama Drive is limited to three-hour parking, and is strictly enforced.
  • Overflow parking  Available from July 1 through August 28, 2023, these school parking lots offer day parking, but also fill quickly, especially during the weekends.
  • Myrtle Park — Both Myrtle Park lots are available for parking if the village and overflow lots are full, but these lots also fill quickly in the summer.

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From Vancouver:

  1. Take Hwy #1 from Vancouver over the Second Narrows Bridge.
  2. Take the first exit, 23B, onto Dollarton Highway.
  3. Follow this road all the way to Deep Cove.
  4. We are located on the seafront on the right hand side of Deep Cove.

From Whistler:

  1. Take Hwy #1 towards Hope.
  2. Take Exit 23A, onto Main Street.
  3. Turn left at the traffic lights onto Dollarton Highway.
  4. Follow this road all the way to Deep Cove.
  5. We are located on the seafront on the right hand side of Deep Cove.

Public Transportation

From Downtown there are two methods to get to Deep Cove.

The easiest is to get the #211 bus directly from the Burrard Station which will take you all the way to Deep Cove, no transfers.

If you plan on exploring other parts of North Vancouver you can also take the Seabus from Waterfront Station across to Lonsdale Quay in North Vancouver. From the bus terminal take bus #239 to Phibbs Exchange.

From Phibbs Exchange you can transfer to either bus #211 or #212 which will take you to Deep Cove.

If you are travelling from further afield, you can check the BC Transit website for public transport details.


There are bike paths on the roadside along Dollarton Highway (easier route) or Mt Seymour Parkway (more hills) to get to Deep Cove, and many bike racks in Deep Cove to lock your bike to once you arrive.

By Boat

You can boat to us! The Government Dock is a public dock and you can moor here for a fee. Please do not try to enter Deep Cove Yacht Club unless you are a member.