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Champlain Heights was one of the last areas of Vancouver to be urbanized in the 1970s. The showcase residential community was planned with windy roads, cul-de-sacs, lots of green space serving a mix of housing types and income levels.

Located in the south east corner of Vancouver, the Champlain Heights neighbourhood is a quiet garden community with nearly 1/2 neighbourhood as green space.

The nearly 40 hectare Everett Crowley Park is tucked away and locals love to go hiking, biking and running there.

Everett Crowley ParkDog park
Killarney ParkDog park, Playground
Champlain Heights ParkPlayground
Norquay ParkPlayground
Riverfront ParkPlayground
Sparwood ParkDog park

Dog Parks

There are many dog parks in the area.


Kids love the outdoors!

Champlain Square StoresGrocers, Restaurants, Banks, Dollar Store, Starbucks,…
Romer’s Burger
Sushi Go
Goldilocks Bakeshop
Kins Market
Miller’s Grocer
Kinemi’s Kitchen
Town Centre Plaza

Champlain Heights Square

Local Convenience! 45 Store and services.

Champlain Heights has a community feel has no shortage of activity. Highlights include Community Festival in June, Earth Fest at Everett Crowley Park in April. Lots of programs for dance, art, environmental stewardship. Nearby Fraserview Golf is very popular for Vancouver’s golfers.

Village Pub
Romer’s Burger Bar
Champlain Height’s Community Centre
Fraserview Golf

Community Centre

Dance studio

Village Pub

Champlain Heights Elementary

Famed Architect – Arthur Erickson

Community Centre Childcare

The Centre includes lots of covered and wet play areas

  • Champlain Heights Elementary
  • Champlain Heights Annex (the little red building)
  • Captain James Cook (K-7)
  • Anne Hebert (French Immersion Independent)
  • Nearby: Dr H N MacCorkindale (K-7)
  • Nearby: Suncrest (K-7)
  • Killarney Secondary
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