There are many great transportation options to get you to Ships to Shore King of the Sea. Using different modes of transportation can save you money, improve your health, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions! Come see the magnificent King of the Sea by travelling green!
Ships to Shore King of the Sea is located at Garry Point Park at 12011 Seventh Avenue, Richmond, BC V7E 4X2 at the corner of Seventh Avenue and Chatham Street in Steveston.
Please help us be responsible neighbours and keep parking issues to a minimum in our community. Please plan your trip where possible by transit, bike, walking and/or Car/Ride share.
Here are just some of the ways to get to the festival:
Plan your trip using Translink’s Trip Planner.
- 401, 402, 410, 407, C93 buses are all being rerouted for Ships to Shore. The drop off locations will be at the corner of
No. 1 Road and Steveston Hwy for all routes. This is about a 20-minute walk away from the festival.
- Richmond-Brighouse Richmond-Brighouse Skytrain Station will have a shuttle bus pick-up across from the station Southbound on No. 3 Road, running to Lord Byng Elementary, which is about a 20-minute walk from the festival. This shuttle will be offered for a one-fair zone.
- Friday, May 5: 9:00am – 10:00pm
- Saturday, May 6: 9:00am – 10:30pm
- Sunday, May 7: 11:00am – 5:00pm
Please park in the designated shuttle parking area only.
Friday, May 5 and Sunday, May 7 the shuttle will run back and forth between Lord Byng Elementary and Garry Point Park.
On Saturday May 6 an additional stop will be added at Britannia Shipyards National Historic Site.
Ride your bike to the event and The Bicycle Valet will hold on to your bike for FREE, providing safe bicycle parking-valet style! The Bike Valet is located just north of the Garry Point parking lot.
If you need to come by car, please consider sharing your ride with others (driving directions). There will not be any parking available at Garry Point Park, we strongly encourage you to park at Lansdowne Mall and take our free shuttle to the event. If you decide to park closer to the park, please respect the residents in the area and keep parking issues to a minimum in the community.