DISCOVER OUTDOOR ADVENTURE AND UNIQUE LOCAL SHOPPING AND DINING IN DELTA, BC
Welcome to We Love Delta, the go-to resource for local attractions, day trips, and shopping in Delta, BC. Whether you live here, work here, or are just visiting Delta for the day, we have a lot to offer – from farm hops and ale trails, to hiking, biking, birdwatching, and beaches.
Delta is known for its relaxed and welcoming atmosphere, with a unique blend of quiet urban streets, farmland, waterfront, and lush, green parks. Our main streets offer the kind of service and selection that local businesses specialize in – whether you’re picking up ingredients for dinner, browsing for a book or gift, or viewing the work of local artists and artisans. There’s plenty of opportunity to sample the area’s bounty in one of our local restaurants, cafés, pubs and craft breweries.
We’re easy to get to – at the crossroads of highways, ports, rail lines, and the Pacific Ocean, Delta acts as a major transportation and distribution hub for the region, with the Tsawwassen ferry terminal at our western tip, and two of the largest industrial areas in BC running along our northern edge.
20 minute driving time from North to South
EXPLORE WIDE-OPEN SKIES, WATERFRONT AND FOREST TRAILS WITH A DELTA DAY TRIP
Delta is made up of three communities, each with their own attractions: Ladner and Tsawwassen (also known as South Delta) and North Delta. Whether you’re relaxing at Centennial Beach in Tsawwassen, birdwatching at Reifel Bird Sanctuary in Ladner, or cycling the forested trails of North Delta’s Watershed Park, each community has local businesses that make the perfect add-on to your adventure. And many are destinations in and of themselves, from our local craft breweries and u-pick fields, to art galleries and restaurants.
SHOPPING LOCAL HELPS TO MAKE DELTA A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE – AND VISIT
When you spend $10 at a local café, $6.30 stays in Delta. But when you shop at a multinational, only $1.40 stays here. With your local purchase, you’re not just buying lunch, you’re building a community. Here’s who – and what – your $10 purchase supports:
The café owner and their family
The employees who served you lunch
Local businesses that supply the café: from farmers, bakers, and brewers, to print shops, designers, and window cleaners
The local businesses where the employees spend their wages: from repair shops, to dentists, to grocers
The Delta parks, recreation centres, schools, roads, police and fire services that are funded through the café’s taxes
All of the local charities the café donates to, and any events and teams they sponsor