Brandywine Falls Park


Winter Conditions: Trails and parking lots are not maintained in the winter. You may encounter deep snow, ice, and slippery conditions. Micro spikes or snowshoes are strongly recommended. Use at your own risk.

Posted November 8, 2023

Park gates are now closed for the season: Parking in front of the gates or along highway 99 is prohibited and vehicles will be towed at owners expense.

Posted November 8, 2023


About Brandywine Falls Park

Brandywine Falls 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 traveling the Sea to Sky Corridor. The park was tripled in size in 2010 to include unique habitat for red-legged frogs (a provincial “blue listed” species at risk). A number of existing recreation trails were included in the expanded park as well.

For more information about Brandywine Falls please visit the BC Parks website.

Brandywine Falls Park


Parking Lot Open April 29 – October 31





  • Cycling


  • Hiking


  • Pets on Leash

    Pets on Leash

  • Wildlife Viewing

    Wildlife Viewing

  • Winter Recreation

    Winter Recreation


  • Picnic Areas

    Picnic Areas

  • Pit or Flush Toilets

    Pit or Flush Toilets