Lost Lagoon

LOST LAGOON, 16.6 ha, is the freshwater lake at the causeway entrance to STANLEY PARK in VANCOUVER. Originally a part of Coal Harbour, the lake was created in 1916 when construction of the traffic causeway divided the 2 bodies of water. Stocked with TROUT in 1929, the lake became a popular spot with fishers and boaters. Many species of birds and waterfowl seek food and shelter along its muddy shores, and boating was eventually banned to protect the wildlife. The fountain was added in 1936 as...

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