Canoe Pass Inn Bed and Breakfast
3383 River Road West, Ladner, BC V4K 3N2
Tel: 604-946-6780 or 604-802-3156
canoepassinn@dccnet.com


Canoe Pass Inn Bed & Breakfast



Things To Do

While visiting Ladner

Hiking

Hike to Brunswick Point where you'll find the remnants of the original cannery in Ladner. Brunswick Point is visible from the Brunswick Room in Canoe Pass Inn. This walk is considered one of the most scenic in the Lower Mainland.

Delta's Watershed Park offers a variety of experiences including mountain biking, horseback riding, nature walks in a second growth forest, all of which can be capped of with a refreshing drink of pure water from our artesian wells.

Biking

Please bring your bikes as we have miles and miles of dykes and rural farm roads to take in the scenic countryside.

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Bird Watching

Just across the river is Westham Island which is home to the world famous Reifel Bird Sanctuary. Canoe Pass Inn is on the Pacific Flyway for millions of wintering shorebirds and waterfowl. At the Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary over 230 species of birds have been sighted within the 750 acres of managed habitat and estuarine marsh. Each November marks the return of thousands of snow geese from Wrangel Island in the Arctic. Birders can even enjoy their hobby while relaxing on the patio and watching the resident swans and cygnets. Ducks and eagles are also regular visitors to our neighbourhood.

Kayak or Canoe

Spend your time on the waters of the Fraser River or exploring Deas Slough. Moor your kayaks or canoes at your door.

Local Specialty Foods

Pick fresh, delicious strawberries, raspberries and blueberries from any of the Westham Island berry farms located only minutes away. There is an abundance of fresh local vegetables available from local farmers and seafood is available from your hosts or other local fishermen.

Eco-Tourism

Companies operating in Delta offer a multitude of exciting options for boating on the Fraser River or further out to the Gulf Islands, including whale watching, fishing, sea lion tours and kayaking adventures.

Agri-tours and interpretive walking tours of the natural areas are also unique tourist attractions offered in Delta.

Burns Bog, an ecological gem, located near the center of Delta, offers 10,000 acres of wetland experience by way of boardwalks and walking trails. It's inhabitants include: bear, deer, fox, coyote, beaver and 150 species of birds.

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Sportsfishing

As Colin is a Commercial Fisherman, he can help you with your sportsfishing needs. Ask us about going out on his 40 foot gillnetter or speed boat for fresh Dungeoness Crab or Salmon or maybe just having a tour of the river. Availablity is somewhat limited, however, depending on the tides, weather, and commercial fishing openings. The best times to enjoy the sportsfishing is between April and July and you must have a valid sportsfishing license that we can help you obtain.

Golfing

There are many fine golf courses in the area, including a challenging nine hole course, Cove Links, just 5 minutes away and Tsawwassen Golf and Country Club, Point Roberts Golf Club, and many other courses nearby.

Beaches

Spend a day at Centennial Beach in Boundary Bay. Walk or bike the dike that borders Boundary Bay or swim in the cool ocean waters. Picnic, playground and concession stand facilities also available.

Parks

Banking on the Fraser River, Deas Island Regional Park is a great place for wind-sailing, wake boarding, swimming, fishing, kayaking, rowing or water-skiing. Enjoy a picnic and then walk through the island's extensive trail system.

The bald eagles in Ladner Harbour Park and Ladner Marsh are a huge attraction for residents and tourists alike. Within the Delta Nature Reserve, and in the vital wetland habitat found in Boundary Bay Regional Park, there's great hiking past beaver dams and through cedar groves.

Community Events

Ladner hosts its annual May Days the last weekend of May. Weekend events include a men's fastpitch tournament, parade, crowning of the May Queen and a midway with games and rides.

The Ladner Village Market takes place every second Sunday from June 1 through August 31, in historic Ladner village. 48th Avenue is closed to traffic for an open air market. Browse the wares of crafters, artisans and hobbyists, stock up on fresh, local produce, sample specialty and ethnic foods, then treat the kids to the children's activities. Also live music and a chance for a little street dancing. Save a little time to stoll about the village core and view the many heritage buildings. Dates may change - please confirm in advance.

Dining

Ladner has a wide variety of choices including neighborhood pubs, family restaurants, Italian, Greek and quality steak and seafood.

Local Attractions

Take a step back in time by visiting the Delta Museum and Archives or try one of the Delta Heritage Advisory Commission's driving, bicycling and walking tours of Delta's rural and urban heritage treasures.

Ladner Leisure Centre has a swimming pool, hot tub, sauna, slide and weight / excercise room, along with an ice rink and meeting rooms.

Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society, also known as O.W.L. is a facility that treats injured and orphaned wildlife. Tour the facility and learn more about protected wildlife.

Silvercity Riverport is a large theatre complex located just north of Ladner through the Massey Tunnel. It is located on Entertainment Boulevard in Richmond, which also houses a bowling alley, wave pool and ice centre.

Splashdown Park is only 10 minutes away. This park is popular with the kids for its large waterslides.

F440 is located next to Splashdown Park and is open year round (weather permitting). It offers Italian Race Carts that can reach top speeds of 55 kph while the cars can reach 90 kph. The track has a large viewing area to enjoy all the action.

Boundary Bay Airport

Boundary Bay Airport serves the sprawling Municipality of Delta including Ladner.In 1999, Boundary Bay was the 5th busiest airport in Canada. Boundary Bay is situated in close proximity to Vancouver International Airport.

BC Ferries

Canoe Pass Inn is only 15 minutes from the Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal for BC Ferries. Ferries sail to Nanaimo and Victoria on Vancouver Island, as well as to the Southern Gulf Islands.

Vancouver

Stay in the tranquility of our floating home B&B, but enjoy the city life with a visit to downtown Vancouver. Only 35 minutes by car.

Washington State

Only 30 minutes to the US Border at Blaine Washington, Canoe Pass Inn is an ideal place to plan your weekend getaway. The value of the Canadian Dollar can provide you with a memorable vacation at a very reasonable rate.