Redwood Park (Heritage Site)
Redwood Park contains a variety of tree species from around the world planted by his twin brothers Peter and Davis.
Heritage Area: Grandview Heights
Site #: 221
Location: 17710 20 Ave (and other properties)
Registered: January 12, 2004.
Significance: Historical, Environmental
Description: Redwood Park was once the home of David Brown, first postmaster and later a Justice of the Peace for B.C. Contains a variety of tree species from around the world planted by his twin sons Peter and Davis. The forest also holds a two-storey tree house (re-built several times), which the two brothers built. This park is valued because it contains the largest stand of Redwoods north of California and a wide selection of other tree species from around the world, particularly evergreens.
Listed on the Canadian Register of Historic Places