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FAQ

Lynn Canyon Park is open dawn to dusk. Currently the parking lot gates are open from 7 am to 6 pm.

The Ecology Centre is open weekdays from 10 am to 4 pm and weekends from 12 pm to 4 pm. We are closed on Stat Holidays.

Lynn Canyon Park is a free public park operated by the District of North Vancouver.

The Lynn Canyon Ecology Centre is admission by donation, with the suggested donation being $2 per person, or $5 per family.

Pay parking is in effect seasonally from March 1 to October 31.  Parking is $3 per hour, for a maximum of 3 hours. The parking meter only accepts credit cards.

From November 1 to February 28, parking is free.

District residents are eligible to purchase a $10 annual DNV Park Parking Pass that will enable them to park in the lot without paying the hourly rate. More information is available here.

Head to Lynn Valley and take Lynn Valley Rd. to Peters Rd. Drive to the end of Peters Rd. and you will be in the parking lot. 

Yes, you can find the public washrooms located on the side of the café building. There are no public washrooms in the Ecology Centre.

Cell phone signals are generally good near the Ecology Centre, Cafe, picnic area, and suspension bridge. Cell phone signals can be unreliable in some areas of the canyon. There are no public phones in Lynn Canyon Park.

Dogs must be leashed on the trails north of Twin Falls Bridge. Dogs may be off leash but under control on trails south of Twin Falls Bridge. All dog poop must be scooped. Guide and assistance dogs are welcome in the Ecology Centre. No other dogs are allowed into the Ecology Centre.

No, drones are not allowed in Lynn Canyon Park. There are many sensitive habitats and nesting birds that could be disturbed.

BBQ use may be restricted dependent on the season and current environmental conditions. Lynn Canyon Park allows gas barbecues only in the covered picnic area located behind the café. Fires are NOT allowed in the park.

The Lynn Canyon Ecology Centre, the Lynn Canyon Café, the public washrooms, and the covered picnic area are all wheelchair accessible. Since we are located in a canyon, most of our trails have stairs or steep inclines. However, Bear Trail which is found south of the upper parking lot, is accessible for wheelchairs or strollers. There are more accessible trails around Rice Lake or on the Lynn Headwaters Connector which are located in the Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve.

No, collection of mushrooms, plants or wildlife is not permitted in Lynn Canyon Park. Please follow the leave no trace principal and respect our natural areas.