The village of Belcarra, formerly known as Belcarra Bay, is part of Metro Vancouver and is located on the shore of Indian Arm, an inlet of Burrard Inlet. Belcarra is in large part a residential bedroom community for Vancouver and surrounding suburbs. Belcarra is northwest of Port Moody and immediately east of the Deep Cover area of North Vancouver, British Columbia. In 2010, Belcarra had a population of approximately 690 residents. Belcarra has the lowest population of any independent settlement in the Vancouver area and has not experience substantial growth.
Belcarra is geographically isolated on a slender peninsula accessible by water or by a winding paved road. Boaters are particularly fond of Belcarra since it adjoins several other islands. Sasamat Lake and Bedwell Bay are also closeby which adds to the appeal of the area. Belcarra Regional Park spreads out across the village. The beach at Belcarra is perfectly situated to provide beautiful afternoon sun. In 2007, Belcarra joined with its twin city Belcarra, County Mayo, Ireland for which it’s named. TransLink public transit system provides bus service to Belcarra via Route C-26.
Belcarra is zoned for single family homes exclusively. It is not unusual for residents of Belcarra to have private docks, boats and unbelievable views. Condominiums, townhomes and lots upon which to build a custom dream home are all real estate options available in other parts of the Vancouver area. Contact us today with any questions or to schedule an appointment to see one of our amazing properties in the community of Belcarra or any surrounding neighborhood in Vancouver, British Columbia.