Pitt Meadows


The Natural Place



About Pitt Meadows


With just over 20,000 residents Pitt Meadows is an agricultural town and famous for its Cranberries and Blueberries. The small community is home to a tightly knit community loving the spectacular views and endless recreational possibilities Pitt Meadows offers. Whether you are looking for an abundance of leisure activities, superb education for your children, a place to raise your family, or just a small town close to the bustling Vancouver core, Pitt Meadows won't disappoint you.






Pitt Meadows Map


Located east of Vancouver, Pitt Meadows is cornered by the Fraser River on Pitt Meadows's South and Pitt River on the town's north. Two arms of Allouette River run through Pitt Meadows as well and create a protective 64 kilometers dike system that offers residents and visitors from all over the world a multi-use trail system alongside the river, farmlands, and marshes with breathtaking views of the Thompson Mountain Range standing proud along the town's North-East.




Golf


Our challenging and mature championship golf courses combined with the breathtaking coastal mountain backdrop and Club Houses offering every amenity you could possibly need, Pitt Meadows will take your passion for golf to new heights. From driving ranges, practice bunkers, putting and chipping greens to members only club facilities and Golf shops, you have all the options right at your doorstep.

Pitt Meadows Golf Club | Meadows Gardens Golf Club | Swaneset Bay Resort & Country Club | Pitt Meadows Driving Range | Golden Eagle Golf Club

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Water Sports


To the North of Pitt Meadows, tucked away in between the majestic mountains lies Pitt Lake, the world's largest freshwater tidal lake. Pitt Lake is a popular hotspot for boaters from across the lower mainland during the summer months offering a boat launch and plenty of parking for trucks and trailers. Pay attention to the shallow waters though as you make your way up into the lake and stick to the right side only!

Canoeing and kayaking fans can enjoy Pitt Lake as well and also have the option to stay closer to town and enjoy the beautiful views from Alouette River.

Pitt Lake - Grand Narrows | Pitt Meadows Paddling Club | Pitt Meadows Marina


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Aviation


Pitt Meadows Airport (YPK) is a general aviation satellite airport with 3 asphalt runways approximately 20 miles northeast of Vancouver International Airport (YVR). It primarily serves the area north of the Fraser River from Mission to and including Vancouver and Vancouver Island.

A number of international flight schools, aircraft maintenance businesses, commercial charter operations, private pilots, and local residents call YPK their home airport. From scenic flight tours via aircraft or helicopter, skydiving adventures, or experiencing the magic of glider flying, Pitt Meadows airport is not only the place to be for avid aviation enthusiasts but also offers a hassle and stress-free travel alternative.

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Equestrian


Equestrian enthusiasts will find a number of boarding barns and riding schools catering to dressage, showjumping/hunter, or western riders. For those looking for their own equestrian estate, Pitt Meadows is home to some of the most exclusive equestrian estates offering waterfront living with spectacular views and access to a nearly endless trail system.

Woman with white horse in doorway of tack shed