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Parking Lot


Located at 6318 Marine drive, West Vancouver
Across from the 2nd hole of Geneagles Golf Club, just south of Geneagles Elementary School.

Take Exti 2  off Hwy 99 (Eagleridge Dr.) to Marine Drive
Turn Right onto Marine, proceed 500m and look for Lot entrance on the right


PHONE LOT FOR INFO AND SPACE STATUS Fridays to Sundays only 604-921-8086
(hours posted below)

Monday to Thursdays the lot is
‘Community Park & Ride’
Friday to Sunday [and holidays]  lot is manned by a crew
directed by the Ambleside Tiddlycove Lions Club.

Coverage and Conditions

·         Fridays from 8 am-9 pm

·         Saturday from 8 am- 12 pm & 4 – 9 pm

·         Sunday:  from 10 am –2 pm & 4 -9 pm

·         Holidays, as above – Sunday.

  •    All subject to change without notice

As of March 1 2016 new payment rates is
$10.00 per day
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday (& holiday)

Increase includes new Transit & GST Levy

·         Payment due on entry (NO DEBIT/MC/VISA)

·         NO reservations possible. First come, first serve.

·         NO TRAILERS OR MOTOR HOMES over 20’

·          NOTE LOT GVW Limit 15000 KG GVW

–         Long Weekend & Holiday Charges will apply – 4 day weekends = $40

-If no one is there to issue or collect payment, a Parking Notice Envelope will be assigned to your windshield. Payment due on departure, deposit into YELLOW BOX, located on pillar near exit [See details on parking notice]

– Vehicle plate # is recorded; recurring non payers are subject to be towed.

-There is about a 900 meter / 10 min walk (NO shuttle) down the hill to the ferry terminal. See web site for maps and directions,

-Ambleside Tiddlycove Lions were authorized by the Municipality of West Vancouver
to provide control at the lot and allowing ATLC to raise funds for those less fortunate 

 Hours & Rates subject to change without notice

Proceeds help support some of the following : • Ambleside Park Children’s Playground (build & refit)• West Van School Board: Special Needs• NS Assoc. Children With Disabilities• Lions Gate Hospital Foundation• NS Special Olympics• Canadian Diabetes Assoc.• Ambleside Playground• CNIB / ‘PAWS’• Tsunami Relief [LCIF]• ‘CHILD’ Foundation• Alzheimer’s Society• Easter Seals Camps for• Children with Disabilities• Easter Seals House• Meals on Wheels• NSNS Search & Rescue• LCIF – Guide dog for NS resident• Lions Bay Ambulance And Other NORTH SHORE Community Services.



Walk directions to Ferry Terminal



The History

Every Friday to Sunday (& holiday weekends), twelve months of the year the Parking Lot Team take their assigned shifts. The team made up of; Garry (Tex) McArthur, from Burnaby Lions Club; Ward Ashley and Project Chair, Garry Ferris provide more than 140 hours a month, raising funds for the club. All of which goes a long way towards the club being able to donate almost $100,000 (in 2014) to our selected projects and charities, both locally and Internationally.

The lot started back in the 1970’s when West Van District, tired of the chaos and complaints they received on the busy summer weekends, asked the Horseshoe Bay Lions Club to provide supervision in return for the revenues charged. This grew over the years to such a level that at its height in the mid 90’s HSBLC could not handle it alone and they asked ATLC to take it over and bring in some other local service clubs to assist.

It was 4 times the size it is today, handling 400+ cars and a shuttle bus. The new Co-Chairmen, CM PP Bryan Terrace and PP Derek Perkins had their hands full, coordinating more than 5 different service clubs ( Squamish L.C., Mount Seymour L.C., Capilano L.C., 2 Masonic lodges and more) man hours and shift assignments . There were two assigned to working on the lot (collecting $15/car for the weekend) and one driving the school bus we acquired to shuttle them down to the terminal. From the Easter Weekend to Thanksgiving, from 6am to 10 pm, Friday , Saturday, Sunday and Holiday Mondays, in  4 hour shifts. At the end of the season the hours each club provides were tallied up and awarded $10 / man hour for their own fundraising requirements.

The lot was cut down to about 100 spaces with the building of the new Horseshoe Bay Fire Hall and Community Centre, resulting in a much easier to manage and man project. With the drop in revenue and size, we had to cut out the bus as the gas and insurance alone was costing over $2000 per month.

We now only need a four man crew and luckily enough we have finally secured a permanent full time team who show up diligently every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, helping us to realize our motto: WE SERVE