Caulfeild Park

Visit this beautiful shoreline park with views over the water. It has environmental and heritage significance and is a favourite place for West Vancouver residents and visitors to pass a relaxing afternoon by the seaside.

What's Popular?

What Caulfeild Parks lacks in amenities, it more than makes up for with its views and walks. Stroll the Caulfeild Trail and relax in classic west coast scenery: rocky shores contrasted with sandy beaches, forested trails, mist and more!

Things to Do in the Park


Visit the beach or rocky foreshore, have a picnic or enjoy the scenic waterfront walk. There is fun to be had here for the whole family!


Caufeild Park has sandy beaches and calm, protected water, making it a popular summer swimming spot. There are no lifeguards on duty so please supervise children at all times and always swim with a buddy.


If driving to Caulfeild Park west along Marine Drive, turn left on Piccadilly Street and left again on Dogwood Lane. Parking is on your left.



Current Fire Danger Rating

The current fire danger rating is LOW.

Closures: none at this time

Note: As of September 21, the barbecue ban has been lifted in North Shore parks and beaches. Barbecues are permanently banned at Lighthouse Park

Summer Fire Safety

Picnic Guidelines

BC Wildfire

Updated: September 21, 2017

Management Plan

Caulfeild Park has a Management Plan in place, which guides maintenance of the park. It is implemented in partnership with the Caulfeild Park Conservations Society and the Lighthouse Park Preservation Society.

Management Plan


Please remember that dogs are not allowed on beaches. Check out Dogs in Parks for information on off-leash areas, licensing and more.

Dogs in Parks