Getting to the Festival
Richmond Harvest Fest is located in Garden City Lands (Garden City Road and Lansdowne Road). There is no on site vehicle parking. We encourage you to choose a sustainable method of transportation to get to the festival. Here are a few suggestions:
If you stroll to the festival on foot, be sure to check out the new perimeter trail that has been recently completed around Garden City Lands. Entrances around the perimeter trail will be marked with signage for the festival guiding you to the festival site. Please remember to stay on the trails.
The main entrance to Harvest Fest is located on the East Side of Garden City Road just before you hit Lansdowne Road if travelling North. Safely and securely store your bicycle by the festival entrance by using our FREE Wheel Watch – it’s like a coat check, but for bikes! The Wheel Watch is being hosted by the Richmond Green Ambassadors.
Take the Canada Line and disembark at the Lansdowne station. Walk east down Lansdowne Road till you hit Garden City Road and hop on the perimeter trail that will take you to the festival’s entrance. In total, the distance from the Skytrain to the Park is a mere 900m!
ON THE BUS:
Garden City Lands is surrounded by bus routes. The 301, 401 and 402 all stop right just north of the festival entrance. The 405 stops along Westminster Highway just south of the festival entrance.
We are pleased to offer a free shuttle service from Lansdowne Centre to Garden City Lands. Shuttles will run continuously throughout the festival, Saturday, September 30th from 10:45am to 7:15pm. One of the two shuttle buses running will be have accessibility features.
DRIVE YOUR CAR:
If you are planning on driving please try to carpool as parking near the festival will be limited. There is no onsite parking at Garden City Lands, but you can park in the designated east lot at Lansdowne Mall. A shuttle service will be provided from Lansdowne Mall to the Harvest Fest for those not able to walk longer distances.
Parking for the Richmond Harvest Fest is provided by Lansdowne Centre.