Lost Lake is a cityscape lake, the water is clear, and is a gathering place of many upscale communities in Vancouver, the resources of this place is also quite rich, can see many boats on the lake, and a bridge connecting the two sides.
Lost Lake is a very beautiful artificial lake. The area of the lake is still very large. The sparkling mountains and clear waters are beautiful. The air is also very good. It attracts a lot of local and surrounding people to come here to rest and play on weekends.
The positive lake water is very beautiful. The natural environment here is also very huge. You can see a lot of fish resources in the depth of the lake. The city here does not like fish very much, but they are indeed very good. select.
Escape the hustle of the city with a stroll around Lost Lagoon. Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of nature. Hundreds of birds mingle with tourists. You'll often see raccoons and skunks, especially in the early evening, but respect their space. They may appear tame, but the are wild! A great place to recharge.
The Lost Lagoon is located in the middle of Stanley Park and is a great place to observe the native birds and animals of the area. We saw a family of raccoons, Canadian geese, a swan, ducks, blue herons and chipmunks!!!
Located on the edge of Stanley Park, Lost Lagoon is a nice quick getaway from the city. It's close proximity to the downtown core makes it a well known spot for locals living near by. The lagoon has a nice walk around that is full of life. Depending on the season, you can spot ducks, swans, turtles, geese, squirrels, and more. In the springtime look out for nests at the edge of the water where ducks wait patiently for their young to hatch. If you're lucky you might even catch sight of these freshly hatched babies. Overall, its a nice tranquil spot that everyone can enjoy.
A must see while in Vancouver