Deep Cove

Map illustration showing the boundaries of Deep Cove in North Vancouver District

Deep Cove is a small local, waterfront-oriented village centre, at the eastern edge of the District.

Bounded by the Seymour community to the west, the waters of Burrard Inlet and Indian Arm, and the wilderness forests of the North Shore mountains, Deep Cove is one of the most scenic spots in the lower mainland. Home to world-class recreation opportunities, locals and visitors alike seek out Deep Cove to hike the trails, shop in the village, and paddle or sail up Indian Arm.

A favourite shooting location for TV and film productions, and home to galleries, concerts in the park, and its own small stage theatre, the Deep Cove area includes the Cove Cliff, Dollarton, and Indian Arm neighbourhoods, as well as Deep Cove village. 

Local highlights
Families on the street in Deep Cove
Parking and access

With over 4,000 visitors per week during the summer, parking and access in this popular destination can be a challenge.

Hikers at the top of Quarry Rock in Deep Cove
Go hiking

View of map of the network of hiking and cycling trails that run through Deep Cove, the District, and the North Shore.

Cates Park beach view
Visit the beach

Stroll the Malcolm Lowry Trail, explore our extraordinary nature trails, or have a picnic on the beach. Plan to stay for the day.