Dundarave Park

Dundarave Park is located on the waterfront, at the foot of 25th Street.

Dundarave Park is one of the most visited parks in West Vancouver, and with good reason: it has more than 50 metres of wide sandy beach and nearly a hectare of waterfront access. It’s also where the Centennial Seawalk begins. Dundarave Park is a perfect spot for you and your family to pass an enjoyable day in the great outdoors.

Ambleside Pier and Dundarave Pier closed

Update: June 28, 2022

The Ambleside and Dundarave piers sustained significant structural damage during a storm surge on January 7, 2022. Since the storm, work has been underway to conduct structural assessments and determine insurance eligibility for the cost of repairs. 

It has been confirmed that the piers are insured for the damage they sustained due to the storm, and staff are now beginning work on detailed drawings and are planning repairs for the Ambleside Pier and floating dock at the Dundarave Pier.

Depending on budget approvals and permit requirements, the piers could potentially be open for public use in June 2023. We appreciate your patience while this work is underway.


Washrooms are open year-round from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. 


The concession is open daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

Concession contact info:




Lifeguards will be on duty beginning June 27 during the following hours:

  • Monday–Friday: 1:30–6:30 p.m.
  • Weekends and holidays: 12–6:30 p.m.

Please note that lifeguard service is weather-dependent.

Swimming dock

The swimming dock will be installed and ready for use by the end of June 2022.

Wading pool

The wading pool is closed indefinitely. Staff are evaluating replacement with an alternative feature for this space. There is currently no timeline for replacement.

Palm trees

Initially donated to the District of West Vancouver in the fall of 2019, seven palm trees have been recently planted in Dundarave Park.  These trees were originally on the former Earls restaurant’s grounds, located close to Capilano Road in West Vancouver.
Dundarave Park, already home to palm trees, was chosen as the new location for these mature palm trees. They were planted in an area that was previously covered with invasive plants, close to the beach. The new trees provide shade for beach users, and there are plans to include dune grass, driftwood logs, and additional benches in the area.

German Friendship Globe

Check out the public art at the beach!

Things to Do in the Park


Dundarave’s sandy beach is a perfect spot to soak up some rays.


Cool down in the calm waters.


Dundarave is the starting place of the Centennial Seawalk, which runs all the way to Ambleside.


Your kids will love playing at the playground in Dundarave Park. 

Fire Danger Rating

View the current Fire Danger Rating

Prohibited year-round

  • open fires (including beach fires) anywhere in West Vancouver
  • smoking in parks and beaches
  • barbecues in Lighthouse Park

Summer Fire Safety

Picnic Guidelines


  • washrooms
  • picnic tables
  • playground
  • concession
  • beach


No dogs are allowed in Dundarave Park. Check out Dogs in Parks for information on off-leash areas, licensing and more.

Dogs in Parks