Whytecliff Park is located at the end of the 7000 block of Marine Drive just west of Horseshoe Bay.
This beautiful corner of Howe Sound has a rugged coastline and spectacular views of colourful mountains and passing boats. The waters off the park are famous for their incredible diving. You’ll also find a playground, picnic spots, a swimming beach and tennis courts in the 15+ hectare park.
Parking at Whytecliff Park
Public parking at the park is limited and fills up quickly in good weather. Parking lots will be closed when full. Please have an alternate plan and follow the instructions of traffic control personnel.
Toilets are available for use at two locations within Whytecliff Park:
- The main washroom building is located in the northwest corner of the parking lot. The washroom hours are 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
- Two portable toilets are available at the south end of the parking lot beside the main path down to the beach.
The lower washroom and changeroom are closed. Please use the facilities in the parking lot before heading down to the beach.
The concession is open daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
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Things to Do in the Park
This is a great spot for beginner and experienced divers. Expect to see rockfish, lingcod, crab, sculpin, anemones, starfish, harbour seal, and the occasional wolf eel and giant octopus in this designated Saltwater Marine Protected Area.
Take advantage of the free public tennis courts, available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
The protected bay at Whytecliff is a great spot to cool off during the hot summer days.
Enjoy delicious burgers, smoked meat sandwiches, healthy sides, ice cream, and housemade snacks at the cafè in the park.