Lions Bay is a village located north of Vancouver, British Columbia, on Highway 99. It is a member municipality of the Greater Vancouver Regional District, which is governed by the Metro Vancouver board. Lions Bay is located roughly between Horseshoe Bay and Squamish. Due to the steep topography of the area, many of the homes are site-specific constructions providing the village with interesting and varied architectural styles.
Lions Bay has a land area of 2.55 square kilometers. There is Lions Bay General Store and Cafe, Lions Bay Art Gallery, a Remax Realty Office and a post office. Also, the town features a fairly large marina with a launch ramp adjacent to the town swimming beach. The World championship free diving competition was held just off-shore in 2004, sponsored by AIDA International.