On the drive back from Coquitlam, Ben stopped by Barnet Marine Park for a walk since the drizzle had eased off.
From the parking area, we crossed a covered bridge for safety purpose.
The covered bridge crosses over a railway line that runs parallel with the park and the Barnet inlet.
After crossing the bridge, a spiral walkway leads to the park area. This is wheelchair friendly.
A remnant of a structure that looks like a fort.
A flowerbed with a salmon sculpture.
The park is beautiful. You can see a newly wed couple having their wedding photos taken here. We also noticed that they used a drone to take photos.
Mountains, water and sailboat.
We walked down to the beach area and took some photos. The above is some sort of barnacles that cling to a rotten wood.
Seaweeds that were washed ashore.
Stilts from the historical logging mill camp.
Bricks from old structures lined part of the beaches.
This looks like a kind of lighthouse.
There are picnic tables for picnickers. There is a fenced up swimming beach here too.
We also noticed quite a number of people casting cages to catch crab here. Of course, you can fish here too.
It is a nice place to enjoy the nature. We were glad that we stopped by here for a walk.