Meadow Park

Meadow 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. 

Multi-use cross country ski trails flow through Meadow Park each winter. Meadow Park is open from dawn until dusk daily during summer and the outdoor water park typically opens from May long weekend and runs until the middle of September each year. The summer water park operates daily from 10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and this year operations have started early and it is running for summer 2023.


Address: Meadow Lane, Whistler BC

Getting to Meadow Park

Take transit: From the Village (Gondola Transit Exchange on Blackcomb Way), take bus #30 (Emerald via Nesters).  The bus stop is at Meadow Park Sports Complex.  Meadow Park is a two minute walk behind the Complex building.  For the fifth summer, enjoy free transit on weekends and statutory holidays, June 19 to September 6. For transit schedule and stop locations, visit

Ride a bike:  Cruise to Meadow Park on two-wheels via the paved Valley Trail during summer months. From the Village, travel north on the Valley Trail and in the winter check which trails are maintained for cross country skiing. A Valley Trail map can be found at

Parking:  Limited parking is available at Meadow Park.  To access the parking lot, turn left on Alpine Way from Highway 99, left of Rainbow Drive, then left on Camino Drive.

Park Eats

The Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) has food and beverage services offered in the parks for summer as part of the Whistler parks food truck program – Park Eats.

Park Eats ran from May 19 to September 4, 2023. Offerings include tacos, crepes, gelato, pizza, and more, and food trucks can be found at Alpha Lake Park, Lost Lake Park, and Meadow Park. To learn more and to view the schedule and locations, visit


Wayside Park

  • 2 Accessible parking stalls (1 a south end of Meadow Park Sports Centre and 1 at the south end of parking lot accessed from Camino Drive).
  • 1 Accessible washroom
  • Accessible viewing area of baseball diamonds
  • Accessible tennis courts
  • partially accessible children’s play area
  • Accessible water park

Etiquette & park rules

Reduce the waste: Pack in what you pack out, bring your own reusable plates, cutlery and cups, use the in-park waste, recycling, compost receptacles. 

Share the space:  Be conscientious of the space you use – limit your items to the size of a blanket if possible.  Refrain from playing sports around lots people.  Do not erect tents (the use of pegs are against the Parks Bylaw) as it impedes line of sight, takes up a lot of space and can damage irrigation lines.

Know the fire danger:  When Whistler’s fire danger rating is high, the use briquette barbeques are prohibited at Whistler parks and open spaces. This fire danger rating is also important to note when considering campfires. 

  • Dogs must be leashed at all times (except in designated off-leash areas)
  • Smoking and consumption of alcohol are not permitted
  • Camping and campfires are not permitted
  • Slacklining is not permitted using trees
  • No lifeguards are on duty.
  • Two ball diamonds
  • Event space
  • Picnic tables
  • Barbecue stands (bring your own barbecue)
  • Tennis courts, including pickleball lines. The nets are removed for winter by the end of October and re-installed by the end of April, as snow melt allows.
  • Basketball court 
  • Slackline posts
  • Water Park (push the button on the nose of the whale to activate the two minute water cycle) during summer
  • Washrooms
  • Drinking fountain
  • Parking lots

Rental information

Ball fields

The two ball fields at Meadow Park are available for rent from May 15 – October 15.

Outdoor event space

Located along the River of Golden Dreams, the Meadow Park event area is an ideal location for corporate events, special events, community events, private functions, weddings, and social functions.  Available for booking from May 15 – October 15 (excluding holiday long weekends).  

  • Suitable for private events, weddings, family and social functions.
  • Capacity: 200
  • Depending on the nature of your event some COVID-19 restrictions may still apply as per the order if the Provincial Health Officer. 

Booking contact


Resort Operations

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