Cypress Falls Park

Cypress Falls Park has easy to get to and impressive features, including rushing waterfalls, a raging creek, 300-year-old trees and opportunities for wildlife viewing, all just a short drive from the highway. Its low elevation makes Cypress Falls Park a good option in winter when many other trails are covered in deep snow. 

What's Popular?

Hike to the two waterfalls in the park and view the impressive volume of water rushing past. Walk through dense stands of 300 year-old Red Cedar and Douglas Fir. Play some tennis or let your kids loose in the playground.

Things to Do in the Park

HIKE TO THE WATERFALLS

The first falls are just a short walk from the parking lot and the upper falls take about half an hour to reach. Both are well worth the journey.

WATCH FOR WILDLIFE

Watch for chirping sparrows, squawking jays, busy squirrels, soaring eagles and maybe even a bear. You may be close to civilization, but this is a wilderness park.

Contact

Take Upper Levels Highway exit 4 to Woodgreen/Caulfeild Drive. Turn right at the stop sign onto Woodgreen Drive. Turn right onto Woodgreen Place, which leads to the parking lot and trailhead.

604-925-7275

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Current Fire Danger Rating

The current fire danger rating is HIGH.

Closures: none at this time

Note: As of July 15, barbecues in parks are banned across three North Shore municipalities. Barbecues are permanently banned at Lighthouse Park

Summer Fire Safety

Picnic Guidelines

BC Wildfire

Amenities

  • playground
  • sports field amd grass baseball diamond
  • nature study/bird watching
  • off-leash dog walking
  • dog waste only bin

Dogs in Cypress Falls Park

Cypress Falls Park is a designated off-leash area where well-behaved dogs are free to roam. As this is a wilderness park, be mindful of bears in the area.

Cypress Provincial Park is not on District land and dogs must be on leash in that designated area (there is site signage in place reminding dog owners).

Cypress Falls Park has a Dog Waste Only bin. 

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