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Why live in Belcarra?

Belcarra is a scenic village that feels a lot more remote than it actually is. Situated on the shores of Indian Arm, a small inlet off of the Burrard Inlet, Belcarra is a natural oasis with close proximity to downtown Vancouver. Belcarra has earned the nickname, “A village between forest and sea,” and let us tell you, this is an apt nickname. The area is known for its natural beauty and is quite literally sandwiched between the sea (specifically, Indian Arm inlet to the west) and the forests of Belcarra Regional Park to the east. In other words, it is a natural haven featuring lakes, mountains, forests, and coastline. Yet, it’s just 45 minutes from downtown Vancouver, which is what makes it such a sought-after place to call home.

Quality and diversity of education in Belcarra

British Columbia School District No. 43 is the district that serves Belcarra, along with the Tri-Cities of Port Moody and Coquitlam, and the neighbouring village of Anmore. School District No. 43 runs 70 schools and is responsible for approximately 32,000 students. This gives Belcarra residents a range of public school options to choose from. However, on top of public schools, there are several French immersion, religious, and private educational institutions nearby. Meanwhile, if you or your child is interested in attending post-secondary school, Simon Fraser University is just across the water in Burnaby. Locals can also take advantage of the many highly-ranked universities and colleges that are located in the City of Vancouver, such as the University of British Columbia, Capilano University, Vancouver Film School, the Art Institute of Vancouver, and the Emily Carr University of Art + Design.

Most populous cities in Belcarra

The seaside community of Belcarra is made up of a few key neighbourhoods, including Coombe, Woodhaven, Twin Islands, Belvedere, and Cosy Cove.

Quality of infrastructure for Belcarra

Metro Vancouver’s TransLink public transportation system services Belcarra via bus route 182. Unfortunately, there is no SkyTrain stop in Belcarra at this time. However, there are multiple SkyTrain stops in the nearby Tri-Cities, such as the neighbouring city of Port Moody. Port Moody is home to two SkyTrain stations, Moody Centre Station and Inlet Centre Station. Once on the SkyTrain, Belcarra residents will have easy access to downtown Vancouver and the surrounding communities. The SkyTrain also goes directly to Vancouver International Airport, where locals can fly to the rest of Canada, the U.S., and beyond. When it comes to healthcare facilities, Eagle Ridge Hospital is the closest hospital, and it is located in Port Moody. Larger hospitals nearby include Surrey Memorial Hospital, and many in Vancouver, e.g. Mount Saint Joseph Hospital, St. Paul’s Hospital, and Vancouver General Hospital.

Safety and security for Belcarra

Belcarra has a reputation for being a safe community that is not prone to natural disasters. The Village of Belcarra is monitored by the Coquitlam contingent of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). In an emergency, always call 9-1-1.

Belcarra property market

Given Belcarra’s prime location on the coast coupled with its close proximity to Vancouver, the property market in this area is booming. Unfortunately, given the village’s small size, opportunities to move here are not in abundance. That said, when properties do become available, they are typically detached homes, semi-detached homes, and bungalows.

Standard of living in Belcarra

Belcarra is a highly sought after place to live, and a big part of this is the standard of living it offers. By calling Belcarra home, you will have access to all kinds of urban amenities, and yet you also get to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy a quieter slice of life surrounded by natural beauty. What’s not to love? Even more, Vancouver, which Belcarra is considered to be a part of, was recently ranked one of the most liveable cities in the world. The Global Liveability Index’s 2023 Liveability Report, which evaluated cities worldwide in categories like stability, healthcare, culture & environment, and education, named Vancouver the fifth most liveable city in the entire world.

Something wonderful about Belcarra

Belcarra is known for its picturesque natural scenery. The area is situated on Indian Arm inlet and is surrounded by lakes and forests. One of the largest outdoor recreational areas in the vicinity is Belcarra Regional Park, a 1,110 hectare park. The park begins at Belcarra Bay and extends inland to include Sasamat Lakes, which has a reputation for being one of the warmest lakes in the Metro Vancouver Area. Plus, if you’re willing to venture just north of Belcarra Regional Park, you will come to Buntzen Lake Recreation Area, which is made up of sandy beaches, hiking trails, boat docks, and a stunning reservoir.

Population & demographics

Total population


Population age (%)

0-19 (16%)20-34 (13%)35-49 (14%)50-64 (28%)65+ (29%)


Average household income


Household composition (%)

Single person (17%)Multi person (2%)Single Family (79%)Multi Family (2%)

Owners / Renters (%)

Owners (89%)Renters (11%)

Mother Tongue (%)

English (87%)Others (5%)Mandarin (4%)German (2%)