June 1, 2020: Mount Seymour Provincial Park is now open.
Parking: The uppermost parking lots (P3 and P4) are closed 10:00pm – 7:00am. Parking is available in P1 or P2 before 7:00am.
Swimming: Swimmers should be aware that SWIMMERS ITCH may be present at all Lakes within the Provincial Park. For more information on the treatment and prevention of swimmers itch, check out the BC Healthfiles page.
About Mount Seymour
Mount Seymour Provincial Park is located 30 minutes from Vancouver in the south-western corner of BC’s Coastal Mountain Range.
The park provides year-round activities. For more information about winter activities please visit www.mtseymour.ca. The park is a popular day destination that offers impressive views of the lower mainland, the Fraser Valley and Mount Baker, Vancouver Island, and the Indian Arm Inlet from pullouts along the access road and various hiking trails. Visitors can utilize the park’s many picnic areas, the group campsite, or take advantage of the well-marked hiking trail system accessing the mountain’s sub-alpine region. Mountain biking on Mount Seymour is accessible via several of the lower parking lots along the access road. Trail maps and mountain biking information can be found at the numerous bike shops in North Vancouver.
Winter recreation is available from December to April and includes skiing and snowboarding, snow tubing and tobogganing, and snowshoeing. For more information on winter activities at Mt. Seymour, visit Mt. Seymour Resorts at, www.mtseymour.ca.
For more information about Mount Seymour please visit the BC Parks website.
Mount Seymour Provincial Park is home to Sea to Sky Park Services sister company Mt. Seymour Resorts. Mt. Seymour Resorts is Vancouver’s starting gate to winter recreation. It offers something for everyone: skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, winter education programs, snowtubing, tobogganing, great food, and special events for the whole family. Mt. Seymour’s elevation and proximity to the Pacific Ocean provide the area with the most reliable and consistent snowfall in the region. Mt. Seymour’s outdoor education department also offers a summer camp program for youth. For more information please visit www.mtseymour.ca.
Pets on Leash
Pit or Flush Toilets
Walk in / Wilderness Camping