Parks

Whistler’s unique natural setting is the primary foundation of Whistler’s recreation and leisure experience, and the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) has 31 parks.

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Canoe and Kayak Rack Rental

Residents and visitors can rent canoe and kayak storage rack space from the RMOW at Alpha Lake Park, Alta Lake South House, Lakeside Park, Wayside Park, Blueberry Park, Green Lake Park and Green Lake Boat Launch.

The cost is $70.00 + GST. Racks are available from May 1, 2014 to November 15, 2014. Renters are advised to provide a lock and re-insure their boats.

Spaces are available on a first come, first served basis. Agreements will be handled by the RMOW Parks Department.

For more information, please contact Annie Gaudette at 604-935-8307 or agaudette@whistler.ca.

2014 Rental Rack Agreement

Whistler Olympic Plaza

Whistler Olympic Plaza was the site for nightly medal ceremonies during the 2010 Winter Games, and is now an outdoor performance facility and community park in the heart of Whistler Village. In the winter, the park is transformed into outdoor skating rinks.

Whistler Olympic Plaza 
 

Rainbow Park

This popular park at Alta Lake has it all: a sandy beach, charming wharf and terrific amenities. Swim in Alta Lake, relax on the grass lawn, visit the dog park, play beach volleyball and more.

Rainbow Park  

 

Meadow Park

This idyllic park is located on the banks of the River Golden Dreams with one of the valley’s most magnificent views of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. From a large playground area with a children’s water park, to tennis and basketball courts and ball diamonds, this is the place to be.

Meadow Park 
 

Lost Lake Park

Situated around tranquil Lost Lake, this secluded park offers a sandy beach, pristine swimming waters, numerous recreational options and more. Lost Lake Park is accessible by the Valley Trail and within walking distance from Whistler Village. In the winter, the Resort Municipality of Whistler maintains cross-country ski and snowshoe trails at Lost Lake Park.

Lost Lake Park 

 

Bayly Park

Construction is continuing at Bayly Park, Whistler’s newest neighbourhood park at Cheakamus Crossing. Amenities will be opened to the public as they are completed.

Bayly Park
 

Neighbourhood Parks

Each neighbourhood in Whistler has a small park dedicated to quiet reflection, children’s play and relaxation. Learn more about the features at each of Whistler’s neighbourhood parks.

Neighbourhood Parks
 

Other Parks

  • Spruce Grove Park: This park can be accessed off Spruce Grove Lane (to Kirkpatrick Road) and from Lost Lake Park. Spruce Grove contains three competition quality baseball diamonds, a clubhouse which can be rented for events, a concession and washrooms, a play structure, community greenhouses and access to the Lost Lake trail system. There is a large parking area, and the Valley Trail runs past the park.
  • Florence Petersen Park: This three-section park located in Whistler Village is connected by a brick path that takes you on a stroll through the heart of Whistler. Starting on Northlands Boulevard, you will see a beautiful water feature and several public art pieces, continue through the forest to a wetland boardwalk where you will find interpretive signage, a storytelling circle and two Adirondack chairs.
  • Rebagliati Park: Tucked beside the covered bridge between the Upper and Lower Village and bordered by Fitzsimmons Creek, Rebagliati Park is used by many groups for functions. The park includes a grassy lawn and picnic tables.
  • Whistler Skate Park and Village Bike Park: The Whistler Village Bike Park and Whistler Skate Park provide both locals and visitors with opportunities to improve skills and gain confidence.
  • Lakeside Park: From Whistler Village, head south on the Valley Trail to this popular park in Alta Vista subdivison along the shores of Alta Lake. The park contains a sandy beach, swimming area, two docks, play structure, grassy area, picnic tables and BBQ stands, boat rental, concession and washrooms. This busy park has overflow parking on the road off Hillcrest Drive.
  • Wayside Park: Just south of Lakeside Park on the Valley Trail is Wayside Park, which is small and tranquil, with very limited parking off Highway 99. Wayside Park began life as a Provincial Park, and has canoe and kayak rental, bike racks, picnic tables, BBQ stands, washroom facilities and a wheelchair accessible walkway, a grassy beach area, and a dock.
  • Alpha Lake Park: Head south on the Valley Trail to Creekside to access Alpha Lake Park located on the shores of Alpha Lake. This popular park contains the “Owl’s Nest” children’s play structure, a dock and sandy beach, volleyball court and tennis courts, along with picnic tables and BBQ stands. It is also the site of a community greenhouse and a special beach for dogs called “Arfa Park.”
  • Natural Parks: Natural Parks are spaces intended to preserve natural features. They may offer modest development, usually in the form of trails. Natural parks in Whistler include: Alta Lake Park, Beaver Lake Park, Big Timber Park, Fitzsimmons Fan Park, Miller Creek Park, Rocky Knoll Park and Blueberry Park.