COVID-19 Updates


To learn more about closures and our response to COVID-19, and for updates on District operations, visit


Popular Parks

Enjoy the outdoors, but stay apart. 

Please remember to: 

Learn more about the District's response to COVID-19:

COVID-19 Updates

Ambleside Park

Explore 24 hectares of wide sandy beach. Stroll along a 1.2 km shoreline walk. Let your dog run free in the off-leash area. Take in the views of English Bay, Burrard Inlet and across the Strait of Georgia. At Ambleside Park you can do all this and much more! More Information

Caulfeild Park

Come to Caulfeild Park for a break from the hustle and bustle. Take in the views, stroll along the gentle trails, explore the shoreline and enjoy the quiet. More Information

Cypress Falls Park

Cypress Falls Park has something for everyone. From playing some tennis, hiking to a scenic waterfall, having a family picnic or taking your dog for an off-leash adventure, this is the place be. More Information

Dundarave Park

Dundarave Park is perfect for the whole family with its sandy beach, playground, wading pool, washrooms and picnic area. Check it out! More Information

Horseshoe Bay Park

Horseshoe Bay Park is loved by visitors and residents alike. It’s a great place to grab a coffee or bite, enjoy mountain and water views and watch the ferries come and go. More Information

John Lawson Park

Come to John Lawson Park and see for yourself why West Vancouver’s first non-native resident settled here almost 150 years ago. With its views, swimming, playground and walking paths, John Lawson is fun for the whole family. More Information

Lighthouse Park

The trails, viewpoints and namesake lighthouse at Lighthouse Park make it a favourite destination for residents and visitors to West Vancouver. More Information

Memorial Park

This small park is a peaceful sanctuary next to the Ambleside business district. Stroll along the east bank of MacDonald Creek through a plantation of rare and colourful rhododendrons and azaleas More Information

Whyte Lake Park

At 124 hectares, Whyte Lake Park is the largest park in West Vancouver. It features trails, a lake, wetlands, creeks and stands of old-growth forest. More Information

Whytecliff Park

Whytecliff Park combines stunning ocean and mountain views, dense forests, rocky beaches, abundant wildlife and a great family atmosphere. Visit today! More Information


Dogs in Parks

Find out where your dog can run free, where a leash is required, and where dogs are not allowed.

Dogs in Parks

Walking & Hiking

Whether you are out for a leisurely stroll on the Seawalk, want to get out on the Spirit Trail, or are looking for something more challenging, there are many beautiful trails in West Vancouver.

Walking & Hiking


Always check to see if there are any restrictions or closures before you go.

Current Fire Rating

No Drones Allowed

While drones are becoming increasingly popular, they are prohibited in West Vancouver parks under the Parks Regulation Bylaw, except with the express permission of the Director of Parks, Culture & Community Services.

No camping in parks

Camping and overnight stays are not permitted in any West Vancouver parks.