Discover the most magical spots to pitch your tent or park your rig on your next Nairn Falls Provincial Park adventure.
Falls, hiking trails, and proximity to Whistler make this a popular choice in the Pemberton Valley.
Just 20 minutes north of Whistler off the Sea-to-Sky Highway, Nairn Falls Provincial Park is an excellent base for exploring Whistler, the Pemberton Valley, and nearby Garibaldi Provincial Park. The park’s falls are the primary highlight at 60 meters high with a viewpoint accessible via a fairly easy, 1.5-kilometre hiking trail. The park’s forested campground consists of 94 vehicle-accessible campsites close to a waterfall and hiking trails, including a portion of the Sea-to-Sky Trail to One Mile Lake. As the park is located in a mountainous and treed location, the weather can remain cool even during the summer months. Wildlife viewing may be common, particularly in spring.
Nairn Falls Provincial Park is busiest during the summer months of July and August and into September. Springtime may still see snow on the ground, fewer crowds, and the possible emergence of wildlife. In winter, the campground is closed and trails are not maintained, so visitors use them at their own risk.