May 14, 2020: Brandywine Falls day-use area is now open with limited parking
April 8, 2020: This park is currently closed
Due to the COVID-19 response, BC Parks has fully closed this park including all related services and facilities
BC Parks has closed this park; this includes all associated access, e.g.; trails and parking lots.
This decision has been made to ensure the continued health and safety of BC Parks visitors, employees, park contractors, volunteers and partners, and to support efforts to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
For more information on protective measures for COVID-19, please visit the website for the BC Centre for Disease Control.
January 4th, 2020: Brandywine Falls Park is gated for the winter season.
Parking on the Highway 99 shoulder to access Brandywine Falls Park is prohibited. If you park along the highway entrance or at the park gate, you could be towed. BC Parks is working to find a solution for winter parking off the highway.
Please note the addition of an updated Park Trail Map. [PDF 551KB] For the purpose of public safety and habitat protection, please obey posted signs and keep to designated trails.
About Brandywine Falls
Brandywine Falls Provincial Park is located in the Cheakamus River Valley approximately 34 kilometers north of Squamish off Highway 99.
The park has day use picnic sites, a viewing platform for the spectacular waterfall and the famed Black Tusk Peak, hiking and mountain biking trails. The location of this park makes it a perfect stop for a picnic while travelling the Sea to Sky Corridor.
For more information about Brandywine Falls please visit the BC Parks website.
Brandywine Falls Provincial Park
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