OverviewAcadia Beach is a small, secluded beach located in the University Endowment Lands in Canada. The beach is about 300 meters long and has dark sand.
AmenitiesThe beach also offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains and forests. There are no lifeguards on duty and dogs are allowed, but they must be on a leash. There are no other amenities at this beach, so visitors should plan accordingly and bring their own food, water, and other supplies.
ActivitiesActivities available at the beach include swimming, picnicking, and sunbathing
ParkingParking is available at the beach, but it is limited and can fill up quickly during peak times. There is a small parking lot at the beach, and it is free to park.
Fun FactFun fact: Acadia Beach is named after the University of British Columbia's Faculty of Forestry, which used to be called the "Faculty of Forestry and Agriculture" until it was renamed the "Faculty of Forestry and Conservation" in 1968.
AttractionsNearby attractions include the Pacific Spirit Regional Park, which has hiking trails and picnic areas. The nearby Spanish Banks beach also offers more amenities and activities.
RestaurantsThere are several restaurants located in the University Endowment Lands area, including The Delly and The Gallery Café, which offer a variety of cuisine such as sandwiches, salads, and coffee.
HotelsThere are no hotels located directly near Acadia Beach, but there are several options in the nearby city of Vancouver, including the Fairmont Pacific Rim, the Shangri-La Hotel, and the Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver.