Wendy Poole Park

Wendy Poole Park is a small triangular plot of parkland near the waterfront in the in Vancouver, British Columbia. The land is at Alexander Street and the Main Street Overpass, and it was named by the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation for a young aboriginal woman who was murdered nearby in 1989.

Landmarks in the Area

The Vancouver Police Museum opened to commemorate the centennial of the Vancouver Police Department and the City of , in 1986. is situated 270 meters southeast of Wendy Poole Park. Photo: Bobanny, Public domain.

The Firehall Arts Centre is an arts centre in the of , , Canada. is situated 280 meters southeast of Wendy Poole Park. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY 2.0.

Hotel Europe is a six-story heritage building located at 43 Powell Street in the area of , . is situated 300 meters west of Wendy Poole Park.

Community center
Carnegie Community Centre is located at 401 Main Street at the corner of Hastings Street, in the old Carnegie Public Library building in the of , . is situated 360 meters south of Wendy Poole Park. Photo: Wikimedia, Public domain.

Localities in the Area

The Downtown Eastside is a neighbourhood in , , Canada. Photo: Bobanny, Public domain.

Japantown, Little Tokyo or Paueru-gai is an old neighbourhood in , , Canada, located east of and north of , that once had a concentration of Japanese immigrants.

Gastown is the original settlement that became the core of the creation of , , . Photo: Jennie Robinson, CC BY 2.0.

Chinatown in , , is 's largest Chinatown. Photo: MRDXII, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Wendy Poole Park

In the Area



Other Places

I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel's sake. The great affair is to move.  

Your World is Without Borders

Popular Destinations in British Columbia

Escape to a Random Place

About Mapcarta. Thanks to Mapbox for providing amazing maps. Data © OpenStreetMap contributors and available under the Open Database License. Text is available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license, excluding photos, directions and the map.