Walking Tour

The Deep Cove Heritage Society has set out a walking trip for you to experience some of the places that makes Deep Cove the wonderful seaside community it is today. From a War Canoe of the Sleil-Waututh to the location where squatter shacks once housed Malcolm Lowry – there’s a lot to discover about Deep Cove and Seymour’s history.

Map Legend

1. War Canoe, Sleil-Waututh (Burrard Inlet Band)*

2. Malcolm Lowry plaque, approximate location of his squatters shack*

3. Vancouver Cedarside Mill burner base*

4. Dollar Mill office, 518 Beachview*

5. Dollar mill approximate location

6. Log cabin of the Gillis family, and first Strathcona store

7. Corfields dance hall

8. Moore’s original homestead and store, 1919*

9. Deep Cove Cultural Centre (Moore homestead)*

10. Deep Cove Yacht Club*

11. Quarries Lodge

12. Seycove Marina*

13. Moore family second homestead and store

14. Roche Point one room school, 1917

15. Stirrat store site

16. Stirrat store site

* symbol means site is existing


Download the Walking Tour 2016 as a .pdf to print at home


WINTER HOURS OPEN: Tues & Thurs 10am-4pm; Wed, Fri, Sat & Sun 1pm-4pm; Closed Mondays 1pm-4pm Other times when volunteers available Please phone to confirm hours before driving out
- Alex Douglas – President
- Tom Kirk – Vice President
- Louise Hart – Treasurer/Secretary
- Marilyn Myers – Director
- Eileen Smith - Director
- Vickie Boughen - Director
- Liz Bollman - Director

- Jim Slight - Co-ordinator
- Mechtild Morin
- Liz Jenkins Bollmann

- Hope Morris
- Vickie Boughen
- Wendy Bullen Stephenson
- Lynda Noel