Maps and Walking/Biking Tours

Richmond/Knob Hill is a great place to live with our nearby walking and biking infrastructure, off-leash dog parks, playgrounds, ice rinks, community garden, little free libraries, and bird house art installations. Learn more about your community and go explore with these maps.

Open these maps up in Google Maps to view them on your cell phone, print off directions, or export the locations to a GPS or Google Earth. Please share your photos, suggestions, and thoughts with the community association so we can make these routes even better! We hope that you have fun on your neighbourhood adventures!

Little Free Libraries: Community libraries run by local residents are mapped here. For up-to-date listings and more information, you can learn more about this program at

 https://littlefreelibrary.org/

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Playground Walking/Biking Tour: Can you complete the Richmond/Knob Hill Playground Grand Slam? 6 playgrounds in one day!

Biking is recommended so you can maximize your time at the playgrounds

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Off-leash Dog Parks: Explore our community and surrounding areas by checking out nearby off-leash dog parks.

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Century Homes: Homes that are at least 100 years old within Richmond/Knob Hill (houses that were within a block of the community were also included).

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Todd's 5 km Neighbourhood Walk: Starts at the community association, goes to Marda Loop, 17th Ave, and back to 26th Ave. A good loop for walking or running that avoids traffic and has relatively simple instructions.

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Choose Your Own Walking/Biking Adventure: Use this inventory of walking and biking infrastructure in the vicinity of RIchmond/Knob Hill, including flashing pedestrian lights, pedestrian bridges, dedicated bike lanes, hidden walk-ways, etc. to choose your own adventure

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Bird House Art Installations (Habitation Markers): The birds and birdhouse theme symbolizes many aspects of our community. Many bird species are drawn to our community by the mature trees; similarly, individuals and families from various backgrounds call Richmond Knob Hill home. The bird houses represent the diverse architecture within our community. Locating the art installations in multiple parks created a linking identifier.

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